Bangalore lies in the southeast of the South Indian state of Karnataka. After Mumbai and Delhi, Bangalore is India’s third most populated city with fastest growth rate in India. Bangalore can be classified into five zones-North, East, West, South and Central. Bangalore, capital city of Karnataka got its name from Kannada word “benda kaalu ooru” which means “boiled beans.” The story behind the name was once the king Veera Ballala of the Vijayanagara kingdom lost his way when returning from hunting and stopped at a lonely cottage. The old woman, who stayed in the cottage, offered boiled beans. King loved the hospitality of old women and grateful to her, King named the city “bende kaalu ooru” which later known Bengaluru and then to Bangalore. The most expensive place to stay in Bangalore is Koramangala with the average price per sq ft of Rs. 8621. Properties for sale in Bangalore In total there are 42739 properties for sale in Bangalore among those 28854 apartments, 1952 houses, 1864 Villas and 8845 plots. Properties for rent in Bangalore 21853 properties for rent in Bangalore out of which 13751 apartments, 6580 independent house and 887 Villas. Residential Projects in Bangalore The total number residential projects in Bangalore are 15639 which is categorized into 306 upcoming, 2329 ongoing and 13004 completed. For more information on properties in bangalore visit: Note: The above data source has been taken from India’s Largest Real Estate Portal and the data’s are subjected to change.

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