Malleshwaram is a suburb within West Bangalore. Malleswaram is a centuries-old residential area, known for its ancient temples. It’s named after the 17th-century Kadu Malleshwara Temple. It is located in the Western part of the city and is in close proximity to Yeswanthpur, Rajajinagar, Sadashivnagar, Sheshadripuram, and the Kempegowda Bus Terminus and the closest metro station to this place is the Sampige Road, Malleswaram metro station.
Mathikere (Mattikere) is a residential area located in the Malleswaram constituency of the Karnataka assembly.
New BEL Road
The New BEL Road runs at the eastern edge of the area. Jai Prakash Narayan National Park is a popular park in the area with the Mathikere lake.
Peenya is an industrial area of Bengaluru and it is one of the biggest industrial areas in Asia. Peenya lies on the Bangalore-Tumkur Highway (NH-4). It houses small, medium, and large-scale industries. The industrial area established in the late 1970s is known for engineering and electrical goods.
Sadashivanagar is an upscale residential neighborhood in Bengaluru. The neighborhood houses plush homes and mansions of Bangalore’s famous celebrities, politicians, and industrialists. Sadashivanagar was created out of the former royal gardens and is home to one of the original four towers built-in 1597 by Kempe Gowda I, the founder of the city. In the 1960s and early 1970s, the gardens of the Bangalore Palace (summer home of the Wodeyar dynasty of Mysore) were converted into a residential neighborhood. The Sadashivanagar area runs from Mehkri Circle in the north to Bashyam Circle a little way south. A less expensive area once known as Lower Palace Orchards spills over and partially surrounds the Bashyam Circle. Sadashivanagar borders the Sankey Tank, a midsized lake on the edge of which are several large homes. A trail runs along the circumference of the lake and is sometimes used by residents for exercise.
One of the greenest areas of Bangalore, Jalahalli is mainly divided into Jalahalli East and Jalahalli West. Gangamma Circle is the junction between the roads connecting Jalahalli East, Jalahalli West, Jalahalli Village, and Jalahalli Cross. The National Academy of Customs and Narcotics in Bangalore is located here.
Jalahalli East has major industries like Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), Hindustan Machine Tools (HMT), CMTI, and other PSUs. This area also houses various private industries, including the packaging unit of Tata Tea Ltd, and other small-scale industries. Jakarbandi State Forest is located here.
Jalahalli West, Kuvempu Nagar, has coconut grove and eucalyptus plantations. It includes the Indian Air Force Training Command, Ayyappan Temple, and surrounding areas like Shettihalli, etc. This place is connected to the NH4 (Tumkur highway) at Jalahalli Cross, and Jalahalli East at Gangamma Circle.
Basaveshwaranagar is a largely residential neighborhood in the west of Bangalore, Karnataka, India. It is located to the west of Rajajinagar and is sandwiched between the localities of Mahalakshmi Layout to the north and Vijayanagar to the south, spread across multiple sub-localities, three assembly constituencies, and seven Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) wards. The area of Basaveshwaranagar is often considered as West of Chord Road as it lies to the west of Chord Road, an arterial road in the western part of Bangalore.
Nandini Layout is 7 km from Majestic. It is famous for its parks. Adjacent to the Main Bus stand is the Nandini Layout Central Park, also known as Circular Park, as it is circular in shape and is concentrically surrounded by roads. Nandini Layout is surrounded by Peenya, Kurubarahalli, Mahalakshmi Layout, and Yeswanthpur. It is known as the Ooty of Bangalore for its trees and greenery. Kanteerava Studios and Memorials to the legendary Kannada actors Dr. Rajkumar and Ambarish are present in Ramakrishna Nagar, Nandini Layout.
|Other localities in Bangalore West|
Goraguntepalya, HMT Layout, RMV Extention, Anand Rao Circle, Kengeri, Uttarahalli Main Rd Sunkalpalya, Tumkur Road, Sanjay Nagar, Mahalaxmi Layout, Sheshadripuram