is a village panchayat located to the south of Bengaluru, 269.8 kilometres away from the city. The locality is well-planned and is divided into colonies including Lal Bahadur Shastri Nagar and Blocks 1 to 11. Along with Bengaluru, the village is bound by other state capitals including Chennai
, Kavaratti, and Pondicherry
. Its neighbouring villages are Bidarahalli
, Chikkannahalli, Ramohalli
, Kumbalagodu, Avalahalli
, Tanisandra, Horamavu
, Bellanduru, Panthur, Kothanur
, and Hagadur. The nearest town is Ranibennur located at a distance of 19.5 kilometres.
Edged by Bannerghatta Main Road
on one side and Kanakpura road on the other, Anjanapura
is connected to places including JP Nagar
, Malasandra, and Hulimavu
. The Nice Ring Road
to places including Kengeri
, Rajarajeshwari Nagar
, and Banshankari. The road further leads to Hosur Road
towards the south-eastern side and connects industrial areas including Electronics City, Basapura
and Singasandara. The Anjanapura
Bus Stop connects the place to other important parts of Bengaluru. The nearest railway station is Bangalore
City Junction, located at a distance of 17 kilometres. The Bengaluru International Airport is approximately 51kilometres from this locality.
is a serene residential locality that basks in greenery making the ambience soulful and poignant. Its urban infrastructure includes various parks, roads and bus stops. The residential areas in Anjanapura
have developed over the years and now display a wide range of luxury and affordable apartments.
The social infrastructure of Anjanapura
makes it a place worth living. The area has numerous educational institutions including Marc School of Business, ITM, Aecs Maruthi College of Nursing, Shibhumi School, Glitzy Public School, and Radcliffe School.
Hospitals such as Rajnandini Hospital, Vijayashree Hospital, and Metro Hospital are in the vicinity.
Andhra Bank, Karnataka Bank, State Bank of India and Corporation Branch Bank have their branches and ATMs near residential societies.