Doddaballapur, minutes from Yelahanka and all around associated by rail as well, is slated to be the following business private center point of Bangalore. Famous for its silk weaving locals, it is additionally one of the biggest silk makers in India alongside Muddenahalli, Kanivenarayanapura and Mysore.
The range around Golden Ira is said to spell new land blast. The once lethargic neighborhood of Doddaballapur, is currently clamoring with quick track advancement, favored by the nearness of various development focuses in close vicinity, viz-International airplane terminal, proposed ITIR, Apparel Park, Hardware Park, SEZ and some more. Spotting the skyline are a few schools, universities, focuses of world class social insurance and neighborliness. With the up and coming Yelahanka-Doddaballapur 4-path turnpike giving blustery network to the adjacent focuses of work and to the city, it has every one of the fixings to transform into the following Yelahanka and it is impossible to say as to where the property costs are going!
Yelahanka is a spot with rich legacy. Situated close to the created northern segment of Greater Bangalore and only 14 kilometers from downtown Bangalore.
The city of Yelahanka had been in presence before twelfth century. The area was called ‘Ilaipakka Naadu’ amid the tenet of Cholas. A stone tablet of 1267 A.D found in Doddaballapur notice Dechi Devarasa, administering the area with Yelahanka as his capital under the aegis of Hoysala ruler ‘Narasimha (Third)’.Later, amid Hoysala rein, the city came to be known as “Elavanka” and bit by bit moved to ‘Yelahanka’.
Of the various Rulers of various lines who ruled with Yelahanka as their Capital, the Kempe Gowdas are the most acclaimed. Hiriya Kempe Gowda (Kempe Gowda the First) fabricated a fortification in the bordering town of Bengaluru and created it as his new capital, most likely because of its key area and marginally cooler atmosphere being at a higher elevation. It was his child, Immadi Kempe Gowda, who had the renowned watch towers worked in the four headings of the new city.
A few Temples in Yelahanka – like the Venugopala Swamy Temple – have stayed as a confirmation to its rich past. In spite of the fact that a Fort’s leftover couldn’t be followed, a road adjacent the Venugopala Swamy Temple is still known as ‘Kote Beedi’ or ‘Stronghold Street’.
From being a sluggish suburb of Bengaluru, Yelahanka has changed into a standout amongst the most incident business focuses