India’s Karnataka State from Coastal Plains to Hills13.6N 75.5E
This orthorectified image shows the western coast of India in the country’s Karnataka state. The body of water in the upper right corner is the Bhadra Reservoir.
The state has three principal geographical zones: the coastal region of Karavali, the hilly Malenadu region comprising the Western Ghats and the Bayaluseeme region comprising the plains of the Deccan plateau.
The highest point in Karnataka is the Mullayanagiri hills in Chikkamagaluru district which has an altitude of 1,929 metres (6,329 ft).