Attibele

Attibele is Town Municipality Council (TMC) in Anekal taluk, Bengaluru Urban district Karnataka, India. The Karnataka check post border is situated here, which is marked by an arch. It is located in the middle of Hosur and Bengaluru. It is 32 km from Bengaluru on NH 7. Kannada is the official Language. Telugu is also widely spoken here. It also has an industrial area which has the likes of Schneider electric, Bhuler & many other manufacturing plants.

Attibele
Suburban of Bengaluru
Nickname(s): 
Gateway Of Karnataka Attibele
Attibele is located in Karnataka
Attibele
Attibele
Location Bengaluru
Coordinates: 12°46′36″N 77°46′08″E / 12.776800°N 77.768870°E / 12.776800; 77.768870Coordinates: 12°46′36″N 77°46′08″E / 12.776800°N 77.768870°E / 12.776800; 77.768870
Country India
StateKarnataka
DistrictBengaluru Urban
MetroBengaluru
Government
 • TypeUrban local body
 • BodyTown municipal council
Population
 • Total50,000 (2,015)
Languages
 • OfficialKannadiga
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN
562107
Telephone code+91-80
Vehicle registrationKA-51, KA-59
Nearest townAnekal, Hosur and Bengaluru
Lok Sabha constituencyBengaluru rural
Vidhan Sabha constituencyAnekal
Websitehttp://www.attibeletown.mrc.gov.in

It is one of the industrial areas in Anekal taluk, with others being Bommasandra, Electronic City, Jigani.

TransportationEdit

From Kempegowda Bus Station and K.R Market 360 and KBS3A series buses will travel.

Prasanna Nanjundeshwara TempleEdit

 
Lord Prasanna Nanjundeshwara at Attibele

Sri Prasanna Nanjundeshwara Temple is a temple of Lord Shiva that is supposed to be more than a 1000 years old. There is an inscription that says that the temple was renovated way back in May 1st, 913. This was renovated recently on 22nd May, 2002. The temple is located very close to the Hosur Road. Google Maps location is https://goo.gl/maps/8gM4zcTTEe82

Jain TempleEdit

Shri Parshwa Sushil Dham is a magnificent Jain Temple built on National Highway 7.[1] It is beautifully carved white marble temple. Here the Mulnayak or the main God is "Shankeshwar Parshwanath" and a Dadavadi of "Sushil Suriji" marasaheb. Idols of Ghantakarna Mahaveer, Padmavati mata, Nakoda bhairav is also present here. This tirth has got Dharamshala, Bhojanshala, Playground for Children recreation with all modern amenities.[2]

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