The pre-historic classicalism of Karnataka, the hand-axe refinement, and compares favourable with the one that continued in Africa also is quite contradictory from the pre-historic civility of North India. The aboriginal citizens of Karnataka recognized the use of iron far earlier than the North, also iron weapons, dating back to 1200 B.C have discovered at Hallur in Dhaward domain.
The precipitous administrators of Karnataka were influentially from North India. Shares of Karnataka were conquering to the rule of the Nandas also the Mauryas. The aged account of Karnataka concretely starts with the Mauryas. Later the Mauryas, the account of Karnataka certified the rule of Satavahanas who commanded Karnataka for nearly 300 years.
Previously, with the commencement of the British in the political scenario of India, the local leaders of India had to yield to the expansionist agenda of the Britishers. Karnataka departed under the allegation of the Britishers in 1799 and it continued a princely state with a controlling puppet king as its crown till 1947 when India got its independence. Faultlessly, in 1973 Karnataka served an independent state of the Indian Union.
The acre that is now recognized as Karnataka, has an account so ancient, that it adheres in the realm of pre-history. The account of Karnataka region illustrates to Paleolithic age. Neolithic and megalithic cultures were also expose in this area. The hand axe classicalism was very much condoned between the people here, than the people of the north. It is also affirmed by many historians that gold continued imported to Harappa from the gold mines of Karnataka. As remote as recorded account of Karnataka goes, it has also been discovered that the breed of Karnataka who existed as far back as 1200 BC, exercised iron weapons.
The Satavahanas from 30Before Christ to 230After Death directed baggy areas of Karnataka, and the bypass of their command was occurred near the rise of Kadamba also the Western Ganga dynasty. The emerging wardens of Karnataka were mainly from the north of India, and the Nandas and the Mauryas coordinated dominant measures of Karnataka. Mayurasharman in 345 After Death brought the Kadamba dynasty as well as the capital of his kingdom was Banavasi.