Karwar is a port city in the South Indian territory of Karnataka. It's known for shorelines like Rabindranath Tagore Beach, with jump spots, and dark sand Tilmati Beach toward the north. The INS Chapal K94 Warship Museum, in a previous rocket pontoon, has curios and recordings on the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. The peak Sadashivgad Fort has a sanctuary committed to the goddess Durga, in addition to perspectives of the Kali River and Arabian Sea.
Karwar was a piece of the Bombay Presidency until 1956. Karwar is known as Kashmir of Karnataka by Rabindranath Tagore, Kuvempu and D. R. Bendre. Tagore composed his first Drama on Karwar shoreline. Eminent individuals incorporate Rama Raghoba Rane, Former Chief Justice of India Justice D. G. Palekar and otherworldly master Shri Padmanabh Maharaj.