Areas around Jalahalli
The areas that surround Jalahalli are Hebbal, Yeswanthpur, Dasarahalli, Ramachandrapura, Peenya, MS Palya, Vidyaranyapura and Gangamma Circle.
About Jalahalli West
Jalahalli West is a lush green belt having eucalyptus and coconut plantations and trees all around. Jalahalli West covers HMT area, Ravindra Nagar and Mallasandra. The place is also renowned for Sri Ayyapana temple. Talking of the connectivity, Jalahalli West is connected at Jalahalli Cross to National Highway 4 (on road to Tumkur) and Gangamma Circle connects it to Jalahalli East.
About Jalahalli East
A vast area of Jalahalli East comes under the Jakarbandi State Forest. Even though it is green, but like all areas of Bangalore also has lots of industries and companies. The area has both public as well as private companies. BEL, HMT, CMTI etc are few public companies worth mentioning. Private companies like Bharat Fritz Werner Ltd etc are also present. Jalahalli East is also proud to have an air force station.
Weather of Jalahalli
Jalahalli like all areas of Bangalore has a very pleasant climate to offer. Bangalore is famously known as the air-conditioned city of India, this is because the weather here is neither too hot nor too cold. Rainfall can be expected on any given day even though the probability is greater between July and September. The maximum temperature can go up to 36 degree Celsius and the minimum up to 17 degrees. The annual rainfall is around 859 mms. For tourists the best time to visit Jalahalli is between October and February.
Co-ordinates of Jalahalli
Latitude: 13 02' 00'' Longitude: 77 33' 00''
Places of Worship in Hennur Road
? Ayyapan Temple ? Sarva Murthy Temple ? St. Stephen Church ? St. Thomas Church ? Raghavendra Mutt ? Sri Mahankali Temple ? Air Force Station
Tourist Places in Jalahalli
Kodigehalli Kere Lake situated nearby ads to the overall green beauty of Jalahalli. The places of worship also attract many tourists every year. For more details about Jalahalli, click www.propertykhazana.com.