Chikmagalur is a town located in the Chikmagalur district in the Indian state of Karnataka. Chikmagalur region is the origin of espresso in India. Situated in the lower regions of the Mullayanagiri go, the town with its good atmosphere and espresso bequests pulls in voyagers from around the state. Chikmagalur takes its name from the Kannada Chikkamagala uru that means "more youthful little girl's town". It is said to have been given as a share to the most youthful girl of Rukmangada, the amazing head of Sakharayapattana.
Chikmagalur is associated with different parts of the state through streets. National Highway 173 India goes through the town associating it with the state capital Bangalore, found 250 kilometers 160 mi away. State Highway 57 Karnataka associates among Shimoga and Hassan. A railroad line associates Chikmagalur to Kadur. The closest global airplane terminal is at Mangalore. Chikmagalur is arranged in the Malenadu area of Karnataka in the Deccan level in the lower regions of the Western Ghats. It is arranged at a height of 1,090 meters 3,580 ft above mean ocean level.