Yelahanka was mainly housing area in the northern sideline of Bangalore city at one point of time. But things have changed considerably since then. The Bengaluru International Airport, which is just 20 km North of Yelahanka, near Devanahalli town, is the reason behind this sudden change. Yelahanka is wide spread in an area of 38.88 km².
Yelahanka, with a prosperous legacy has a history of more than 500 years. It is one of the oldest townships in Karnataka and was part of the Vijayanagara Empire. The founder of Bangalore KempeGowda was born in Yelahanka. He was the chief and feudatory of the area during the reign of King Krishna Deva Raya of Vijayanagara. The area has numerous temples and some of them built 400 years ago. Yelahanka has a number of lakes to its gain, the most well known being the Yelahanka Lake. Other than this, there is Allalasandra Kere & Puttenahalli Kere situated nearby.A new built-up layout the most recent success related with the township is Yelahanka Satellite Town. Bellary Road, Doddaballapur Road and Yesvantpur Roads are the major roads connecting Yelahanka. Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology, Sir M Visvesvaraya Institute Of Technology, BMS Institute of technology, Seshadripuram College is some of the prestigious colleges situated in Yelahanka. There is also an Air Force Station here, which furnishes the requisite desirable for the actions conducted by IAF. An Air Show is held every 2 years. This show is attended by thousands of people from all over the city, and other parts of the country Refer to the online website www.propertykhazana.com for more details and latest updates on Yelahanka
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