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Sulya is a taluk in the Dakshina Kannada district of the state of Karnataka, India. It is a small town, surrounded with evergreen wooded mountains in the Western Ghats range in South India. Sullia has plantations of rubber, areca nut, coconut, cashew nut, black pepper and banana. Education centers in Sullia offer a variety of education to students from around the world. The road connecting the two major cities of Karnataka – Mysore and Mangalore – runs through Sullia.

An historical revolution took place during 1837[3] when a majority of the Gowdas, Kodavas and other castes from Amara Sullia, Madikeri and Bhagamandala went and fought for freedom against British.

They could hoist their flag in Mangalore and on their way back they were caught by the British due to the leakage of their hideouts by Kodavas. Due to the threat from Tippu Sultan, Kodava Rajas had become more loyal to the British and they helped in curbing the Kodagu Gowda from rising against British in 1837. It was hence named after it as Amara Sullya Dhange.

The Academy of Liberal Education, founded in 1967 by Dr. Kurunji Venkatramana Gowda, garnered for Sullia nationwide recognition for its excellence in educational services.

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