India | Karnataka


Moka is a small village in Bellary District. Situated about 10 miles from Bellary, this village is near the border of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka on the bank of the river Hagari. Moka is known for a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Almost all villagers are farmers and they grow watermelon and such other fruits on a large scale in summer. Besides, there are numerous mango groves too in and around Moka. Bhairadevanahalli, Gotur, Basarakodu and Yerragudi are the nearby villages. Of these, Basarakodu is famous for its brinjals. The road connecting Moka with Bellary is an earthen road. A few buses ply between Moka and Bellary.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Bellary


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