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Karnataka holds the first position in India in the production of gold therefore known as the ‘Land of Gold’. The Kolar Gold Fields is one of the biggest and deepest gold mines in the world. They are Nandidurg, Urigaum, Champion Reef and Mysore mines. The Champion gold field is the deepest gold mine. Gold is also produced in Bellari in Tumakuru district, Ajjanahalli near Sira, Mulgund, and Kappatagudda in Gadag district and Kempinakote in Hassan district. Currently, Hutti in Raichur district is the biggest gold mine in India.


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