Nelamangala is an evolving area at the node of two national Highways, NH-4 and NH-48. The area lies in the housing zone of the West part of the city. The area is a house of temples, and one can see the best view of the temples here. Other than temples, there are also some other places to visit.
The area is a house of temples, and other than temples, some places to visit are
The temple festival is very popular and draws large attention from the crowd. The big celebration here occurs once a year, and it is one of the major festivals happening near the area. The area has a lot of trees older than 50 years planted on either side of the road.
It is a commercial location in the town. It is the busiest part of the city, and the market is the lively spot of the city. Many people are coming to buy and sell, making it a busy location. The area has the oldest Shiva temple situated here.
The temple near the original pond is yet another best place to visit. The temples here show the building of the great Chola Empire.
The area is around 2 km from the town and is a historical place. The place got its name from a temple devoted to Lord Laxmi Venkataramana Swamy. It got built by King Janamejaya and renovated by the King of Vijayanagara. The major temple here is Garuda.
Many people believe that naga dosha can get washed away with the blessings of Garuda. Two ponds near the temples are very sacred. The temple has a Vijayanagara building. The major attraction in the area is the idol of Venkataraman Swamy. Another attraction of the shrine is Garuda, where lots of people come to worship.
T.Beguru is one of the places in the town to visit. An early temple of Ranganatha Swamy is here, which collapsed and was rebuilt later.
The temple got built in the old Mysore style. The temple has two cells with Shivalinga and one with Veerabhadhra. The temple has a four-pillared Mantapa with a big adhesive tower called the Vasantha Mantapa.
The area is a developing housing locality in the Rural district of the city. Most of the projects in the area are in the under-construction stage. The housing demand is increasing in the area due to the presence of a lot of affordable housing projects. The housing development is primarily in the form of plotted development in the area.
By Air - The city airport is the nearest airport to the area. The airport gets connected with national and international places. Tourists can take buses or hire a cab to reach the area. Mysore Airport is at a distance of 165.7 km from the area.
By Road - The area gets connected by road, so buses can be taken from any place to reach the area.
By Rail - The nearest station from the area is Chik Banvar which is at a distance of 25 km, or Dodbele, which is at a distance of 14 km from the area.
The area gets connected to the other major areas of Bangalore through NH-48 and NH-4 Highway. The Nelamangala railway station is at a distance of 7 km from the area, and the Golhali railway station is at a distance of 7.4 km from the area.
The nearest metro station from the area is Nagasandra, 14 km from the area on the Green Line of the metro. The airport is at a distance of 1.5 hours from the area. Social and retail infrastructure is still in the growing phase. The important schools in the area include Sunrise English School, Sri Aurobindo Memorial School, Orchids School, Cluny Convent, and Cathedral High School.
Some shopping malls near the area are GT World Mall, Orion Mall, and Gopalan Arcade Mall. Some best hospitals near the area include Mathrushree Hospital, Usha Hospital, People Tree Hospital, and Columbia Asia Hospital.
Indospace Logistics Park is at a distance of 10 km from the area. IT parks of Electronic City, The IT corridor of Outer Ring Road, and Karnataka Industrial Area Development Board are 1.5 hours from the area through NH-48.
One of the reasons for the rise in popularity would be the area's development. The Bangalore-Nelamangala Road was a four-lane road when the NHAI constructed a six-lane highway. It has four-lane service roads on both sides to deal with traffic issues.
With roads like NICE to extra help with transport, getting places is easier from here. Connectivity is set to improve with plans to extend the metro in future phases and an existing surface train from the hood.
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