Bangalore has established itself as the Silicon Valley of India, housing more than 200 software companies. Be it for education or jobs, people are migrating to this city because of the vast opportunities and possibilities it holds. According to Forbes magazine, “Bangalore is one of the next decade’s fastest-growing cities”. This brings a huge advantage for investors to invest in the city and climb the ladder of growth.

Top software companies, like Infosys and Wipro, have set up headquarters in Bangalore and newer companies are following the trend. The popularity of “what” culture over “why” has created a surplus of ideas as well as investors, creating a space for enthusiastic young entrepreneurs.

What makes Bengaluru an ideal place?

  • The city is perceived to bear an expensive lifestyle, but that’s not entirely true. You will find plenty of places that offer quality lifestyle at an economical budget.
  • Travelling in Banglore is the easiest thing due to “Namma Metro” & BMTC’s excellent services. BMTC buses carry 43 lakh passengers every day. Although, traffic can be one big issue in the city.
  • The dosas of Bangalore are something to die for. Also, other regional food variety is easily available.
  • About the weather, well it’s Bangalore, enough said.
  • It’s impossible to talk about the Garden City without Cubbon Park. The huge space is spread across a hundred acre area with various species of plants and trees.
  • A lot happens over a cup of coffee in Bangalore. You will see CCD shops after every few blocks in the city. But still people are crazy fans of piping hot filter kaapi. The “by2” coffee is in demand here. Two cups for the price of One! At just Rs. 9, Hatti Kaapi offers a hot cup of South Indian coffee.

  • Karnataka ranks eighth in the ease of business ranking, thus making the capital city an ideal place for doing business.
  • Bangalore has also hugely inclined towards organic living. The city has organic hang out joints like the Yoga House. It also contains the organic shopping ranging from food to cosmetics & cloths.

Truly, Bangalore knows its way to healthy living. The street-walls are nicely painted which gives smaller details of the glorious heritage and culture of Bangalore along with providing employment to various artists. From youngsters to the foreigners who are working here, Bangalore has a place for all. Bangalore is truly cosmopolitan with around fourteen percent Telugites, twenty-five percent Tamilians, forty-eight percent Kannadigas, ten percent Keralites, eight percent Europeans, and six percent a mixture of all races.

Why Invest in the Garden City of India?

  • Silicon Valley of India

Being the IT hub and housing hundreds of software companies and flourishing startups, Bangalore promises huge opportunities for employment. IT sector is widely spread in major localities like Whitefield, Sarjapur Road, etc. This increases the housing demands and real estate market, making it a wise option to invest in the Garden city.

  • Plethora of Opportunities

Owing to the ideal weather and balanced lifestyle, Bangalore provides opportunities – be it for employment or education. It is not lies when over a crore people reside in the Silicon city of India. With the growth in IT market, areas close to them have steadily increased the demand for apartments for sale.

  • Housing Projects

With great diversity, comes a huge responsibility in designing the residential area. As the city is home to Indian citizens, NRIs, and foreigners altogether, there are top-notch residential projects turning houses to homes. DNR Corp has some lovely projects in the city boasting modern and efficient designs, an international standard and best-in-class specifications. These projects are meant to help in sucking up the projected population growth.

  • Promised ROI

Based on the increase in the IT market, areas close to them provide a steady and promised ROI on investing. Since there is huge housing and residential demand in areas like Whitefield, Sarjapur Road, Electronic city and few of the North Bangalore areas, it will be profitable to invest in such locations.

In conclusion, Bangalore has become a petri dish for affordable housing schemes, employment opportunities, efficient waste management, world class infrastructure, an entertainment hub and thus, offer people a reason to migrate. Housing more than one crore people, this city has high demands in residential and housing. Renowned residential projects by DNR Corp have turned houses into homes for hundreds of families. All of these reasons make investing in real estate of Bangalore a profitable option.

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Every city has those quaint nooks and corners that have many a story to tell, stories that have been forgotten or lost in the hustle and bustle of the daily rigmaroles of life and its challenges. Even though you have been staying in the city for many years or all your life, there are bound to be some unknown hidden things that you are not aware of! Well, this article is about that, some things that you are not aware of or just didn’t know about this charming and wonderful city Bangalore or Bengaluru, until now! It is not just the pleasant climate, the wonderful people, the old world charm and the new age trends of our city that make our city so wonderful. Read on to find out more!

Malgudi connection
It is believed that the name Malgudi in RK Narayan’s famous novel was a portmanteau of two of Bangalore famous localities, Malleshwaram
and Basavanagudi. It is said that he used the first few letters from Malleshwaram (Mal) and last few letters of Basavanagudi (gudi) to create Malgudi.

Winston Churchill owes money to the Bangalore Club
Established in 1868, the city’s oldest club, the Bangalore Club has former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill as a defaulter who owed it Rs. 13, which was later written off as an “irrecoverable debt”! A ledger entry found in a book states that Rs.13 was part of the unpaid bills at the club.

Bangalore's Hidden Secrets - Things you didn't know about your city!

Old Airport was once end of Bangalore
Long before the IT companies set shop and the city witnessed a sea change, the old airport was considered the end of the city. In fact, newspapers would carry two temperature readings, one of Bangalore (city) and the other Bangalore Airport!

World’s largest meditational pyramid
A must visit place for people looking for peace of mind and meditation is the world’s largest Meditational Pyramid at Pyramid Valley International, located at Kebbedoddi. Called the Maitreya-Buddha Pyramid, the 102 ft. tall structure can easily house 5000 people and the outer surface is decorated with murals of various elements of nature.

MTR’s Rava Idli and its Second World War link
The Mavalli Tiffin Room (MTR) is known for its idlis and chutneys but do you know the link between MTR rava idli and the 2nd World War? It was more of a need than a want! The invention of this delicacy was due to emergency back in the times of WWII. During the war, India faced a shortage of rice supply, which hindered in the making of normal idli, where the batter is made out of rice. MTR food chain came up with the idea of substituting rice with semolina and the tasty Rava Idli was born, which was welcomed with open arms and its demand went soaring high.Bangalore's Hidden Secrets - Things you didn't know about your city!

Freedom Park was once a Central Jail
Built in 1867 by the British the old Bangalore Central Jail on Sheshadri Road is now the Freedom Park. It was all set to be demolished but due to pressure from heritage activists, it was converted it into a memorial, where the gallows still stand. The Freedom Park is now a popular cultural and protest venue.

Bangalore was once known as a non-fan city!
Bangalore was once designated as a non-Fan city for defence personnel, till the mid-1950s and they had no ceiling fans in their quarters because the climate was so cool and they didn’t need one. They also needed to use blankets during the night.

First city to get electricity
Bangalore became one of the first cities in India to have electricity from hydropower, powered by the hydroelectric plant situated in Shivanasamudra in 1906. And the City Market was the first building to have electric lighting whereas street lighting for the cantonment was inaugurated in 1908.

Longest city bus route in India
Bangalore has the country’s longest city bus route and the BMTC route 600 covers a huge distance of 117 km per trip.

Only Pandavas temple in the country
Shri Dharmaraya Swamy Temple located in Thigalarpet is one of the oldest and famous temples and is unique, as it is dedicated to the Pandavas and is not found anywhere else in India. The Archeological Survey Department has said that this temple is about 800 years old.

Blackpally or Shivajinagar?
Blackpally or now known as Shivajinagar was once a barren region when Kempegowda founded the modern Bangalore. The first settlers were farmers from Gingee, who cultivated white rice. It is believed that the name Black pally came from the bili akki (white rice) that they grew in their fields.

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Well-built transport facilities

Bangalore is among the many Indian cities that witnessed a speedy transformation in recent times, thanks to the IT boom in the country. The IT industry continues to attract a torrential inflow of young, working population to the city. To accommodate this ever-growing population of young professionals, newer and grander real estate ventures are burgeoning across the span of Bangalore.

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