Bangalore District Map


District Map of Bangalore

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District Map of Bangalore Ramanagara Kolar Chikkaballapura Bengaluru Rural TAMIL NADU
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King Veeraballa of Vijayanagar christened the city of Bangalore "Benda Kalu Ooru"(place of baked beans) to commemorate a certain memorable incident. This urban metropolis is the capital city of Karnataka and happens to be the fastest growing metropolis in India. Covering an area of 2170 sq. km in southwestern Deccan Plateau, Bangalore is located at 12°97' North and 77°56' East.

The district is enclosed by Kolar District in the northeast, Tumkur District in the northwest, Mandya District in the southwest, Chamarajanagar District in the south and the neighbouring state of Tamil Nadu in the southeast, respectively.With a growing population estimated at 6.5 million, Bangalore ranks fifth in terms of population in India. It is the fastest growing metropolis with the country's fourth largest economy.

The core of the booming Information Technology industry, the upcoming biotechnology sector and several other large and small-scale industries are located in the district.Bangalore attracts flocks of tourists and youths seeking employment opportunities all throughout the year.The city with its beautiful landscape, congenial, salubrious ambiance and renowned architectural landmarks also houses the 'byte-basket' of the I.T. industry, leading business conglomerates and corporate powerhouses,

premier academic institutes, state of the art shopping malls with plush movie theatres, world class concerts and soirees coupled with swanky restaurants and the country's most happening pubs and nightclubs. The eminent tourist spots in and around Bangalore include:

  • The Bangalore Palace & Fort
  • Lal Bagh
  • Cubbon Park
  • ISKCON
  • Dargah Hazarath Tawakkal Mastan
  • Jumma Masjid
  • Ravindra Kalakshetra
  • St. Mary's Church
  • Indian Institute Of Science (IISc)
  • Gandhi Bhavan
  • Ulsoor lake
  • The Bangalore Race Course
  • Bannerghatta National Park
  • Tipu's Palace
  • Nandi Hills





Last Updated on : May 17, 2018





     


     

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