Mahadevapura is a suburb and one of the zones of BBMP in Bangalore district in the Indian state of Karnataka. It was a city municipal council. It is well connected with Outer Ring Road, Whitefield Road and Krishnarajapuram Railway Station is the nearest station to board trains. It is a developing area, which has a high growth potential in terms of residential development. Leading schools, shopping malls, showrooms have come up in the area. Most old residents have either rented out their apartments or sold their flats to developers. For those looking for a long-term investment, Mahadevapura is the ideal location. It is striving suburb in the district of Bangalore.
Mahadevapura is located in Bengaluru. Location in Bangalore, India
Official Languages: Kannada
Time zone: UTC+5:30 (IST)
As of 2001 India census, Mahadevapura had a population of 135,597. Males constitute 54% of the population and females 46%. Mahadevapura has an average literacy rate of 73%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 79%, and female literacy is 66%. In Mahadevapura, 12% of the population is under 6 years of age.
Mahadevapura is a constituency in the Karnataka Legislative Assembly. Its presently represented by Aravind Limbavali. He was elected in the 2018 election from here with 141,682 votes defeating Srinivasa A.C
Information technology hub
Mahadevapura has become a major information technology hub in recent years. It houses several IT companies such as Accenture, Dell EMC, Ericsson, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, Mphasis, Samsung, Sapient Corporation and Wells Fargo. It also has a few of the major Big 4 Deloitte, EY offices. It is also in close proximity to ITPL and other IT hubs such as Whitefield, Marathahalli and Bellandur.
Best time to visit Mahadevapura
Bangalore enjoys a moderate climate throughout the year and one can visit this magnificent city at any time of the year with utmost ease. However, the months between September and February see the highest tourist inflow to the city because the weather becomes even more pleasant during the winter season. Here's a seasonal break-up so you can plan your trip better:
October to February: The winter months in Bangalore are the best time to visit the city. It doesn't really get very cold with the lowest temperature dipping to about 10°C. With so many lakes and gardens to visit, sightseeing and outdoor activities are most comfortable at this time. You wouldn't need heavy woollens but carry a light jacket, especially for the nights, which tend to get chilly. This is also a good time to plan getaways from Bangalore since there are a number of tourist attractions just outside Bangalore.
March to May: While winters are over, the temperature is still pleasant. The maximum temperature doesn't usually cross 36°C even in the hottest months making it perfect for the summers as well.
June to September: Monsoons begin by the end of May and come with mild to heavy rainfall. August and September can see heavy showers but they are rarely continuous so you can still plan a trip without the rain becoming a dampener. Just carry an umbrella and a sturdy pair of shoes, and you are good to go.
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