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Bellandur is located in Bengaluru
Coordinates: 12°55′34″N 77°40′33″E / 12.926088°N 77.675778°E / 12.926088; 77.675778Coordinates: 12°55′34″N 77°40′33″E / 12.926088°N 77.675778°E / 12.926088; 77.675778
Country India
State Karnataka
District Bangalore Urban
City Bangalore
Lok Sabha constituency Bangalore Central
Assembly constituency Mahadevapura
 • MP P. C. Mohan (BJP)
 • MLA Aravind Limbavali
 • Councillor Asha Suresh
 • Total 26.4 km2 (10.2 sq mi)
 • Land 22.15 km2 (8.55 sq mi)
 • Water 4.25 km2 (1.64 sq mi)  16.09%
 • Park area 0.11 km2 (0.04 sq mi)
Population (2011 Census)
 • Total 80,180
 • Density 3,041/km2 (7,880/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
Pincode 560 103
Area code(s) 080
Civic agency BBMP

Bellandur is a suburb in south-east Bangalore, Karnataka India. It is bounded by HSR Layout to the west, Devarabisanahalli to the east, Sarjapur Road to the south, and the Bellandur Lake to the north. The Bellandur Lake is the largest lake in Bangalore, and separates Bellandur from the HAL Airport. The Outer Ring Road passes through Bellandur, making the area an important transit point between east and south Bangalore.

Initially a rural area, Bellandur has recently experienced a sharp rise in population and real estate development as a result of Bangalore's information technology (IT) boom. Although most of Bellandur's housing contains modern facilities, the suburb faces challenges such as water shortage, heavy traffic, and poor drainage which has resulted in severe pollution of Bellandur Lake.[1] The Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) has constructed several borewells in Bellandur in attempt to mitigate the water shortage.[2]


Bellandur is home to the Bellandur Lake that was built during the reign of the Western Ganga dynasty in the 10th century CE. Historical artifacts excavated along the bed of the Bellandur lake shows evidences of early human settlement in the region. Dolmens, standing stones, stone circles, tools and other artifacts tracing their origin to the Megalithic Period have been discovered in Bellandur. Another excavation carried out by historian D.R. Gordon in 1945 unearthed ancient Roman coins in the region.

During the reign of the Chola dynasty in the 11th century CE, Bellandur was called Vikrama Chola Mandala. Tamil inscriptions from Cholas have been found at Kammasandra near Bidarahalli. Inscriptions from the earlier Ganga Dynasty can also be found at the hero stone (veeragallu) of King Shri Purusha. [3]


Bellandur is a part of ward number 150 of the BBMP. The Bellandur ward falls under the Mahadevpura assembly constituency.[4] The ward has a total area of 26.37 km2. Per the 2011 Census, the ward had a population of 80,180, with 22,368 households.[2] The population of the ward rose by 290.60% from 2001 to 2011.[5]

As of 2015, the Bellandur ward had 43 parks, accounting for a total area of 0.105 km2.[2]

Localities and lakes

The following localities are a part of the Bellandur ward: [4]

  • Green Glen Layout
  • Annaiah Layout
  • Haraluru
  • Kaikondahalli
  • Gayatri Layout
  • CSB Layout
  • Blooming Dale layout
  • KPCL Layout
  • Jayaramareddy Layout
  • Junnasandra
  • Dodda Kannalli
  • Owner's Court Layout
  • Bovi Colony
  • Amruth Nagar
  • Eastwood Layout
  • Royal Classic Layout
  • Lake view layout
  • Kasavanahalli
  • Ambalipura
  • Bhoganahalli
  • Devarabeesanahalli
  • Bellanduru
  • Kariammana Agrahara
  • Kadubeesanahalli
  • Ayyappa nagar
  • PB Layout
  • Manjunatha Layout
  • CKB Layout
  • Veerappa reddy Layout
  • Bora reddy Layout
  • Shantiniketana Layout
  • Patel Layout
  • Vinayaka Layout
  • KPTCL Layout
  • Janatha Colony
  • Doddakannali kere
  • Challaghatta
  • Belur Nagasandra
  • BWSSB Quarters
  • Ambedkar Colony (Belur Nagasandra)
  • Kempapura and
  • Bellandur Tank .

Bellandur ward contains the following lakes: [2]

  • Haralur
  • Junnasandra
  • Kasavanahalli
  • Doddakannelli
  • Kaikondanahalli
  • Ambalipura Melena Kere
  • Ambalipura Kelagena Kere
  • Soul Kere
  • Bhoganahalli
  • Devarabeesaranahalli
  • Bellandur


Bellandur has affordable real estate prices compared to the rest of the city. In 2015, the average cost of an apartment in Bellandur was 5,500 (US$77) per square feet. Generally, land located closer to the Outer Ring Road is most expensive, with prices reducing as distance from the Ring Road increases.[6][7]

Bellandur is a popular residential location for employees of Bangalore's information technology (IT) industry due to the presence of several special economic zones in the area. The offices of SAP Labs, AT&T, Cisco, Intel, Wipro and other major IT firms are located in the suburb. Whitefield and Electronic City, two other IT hubs in Bangalore, are located about 12–15 km and 15–18 km away from Bellandur.[6] Real estate developer Sobha estimated that 80% of apartments in Bellandur are purchased by IT employees.[7]


  • Parkmed Healthcare
  • Sakra World Hospital
  • Dr. Sunny Medical Center
  • The Eye Foundation[8]
  • Dr. Levine Memorial Hospital
  • Cloudnine Hospital
  • AxissDental
  • BabyChakra
  • Jeevika Hospitals
  • Motherhood
  • Columbia Asia Hospital
  • Apollo Clinic


  1. ^ "Bellandur suffers from water shortage and poor drainage". The Times of India. Retrieved 19 April 2016.
  2. ^ a b c d "All you need to know about Ward 150 - Bellandur: Poll Desk - Citizen Matters, Bangalore News". Retrieved 19 April 2016.
  3. ^
  4. ^ a b "Bellandur Ward (Ward No:150)". Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palika. Retrieved 19 April 2016.
  5. ^ "Ward Information". Retrieved 19 April 2016.
  6. ^ a b "3 reasons why Bellandur is still a good buy". Retrieved 19 April 2016.
  7. ^ a b "Thinking of Buying in Bellandur? Here are Things You Must Know". NDTV Property. Retrieved 19 April 2016.
  8. ^ "Best Eye Hospital in Bangalore".

External links

  • BBMP Ward map
  • BBMP Ward Information
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