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View of Outer Ring Road from Marathahalli bridge
View of Outer Ring Road from Marathahalli bridge
Marathahalli is located in Bengaluru
Coordinates: 12°57′22″N 77°42′07″E / 12.956194°N 77.701943°E / 12.956194; 77.701943Coordinates: 12°57′22″N 77°42′07″E / 12.956194°N 77.701943°E / 12.956194; 77.701943
Country India
State Karnataka
District Bangalore
Metro Bengaluru
 • Official Kannada
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 560037
Telephone code 080
Vehicle registration KA-61

Marathahalli is an eastern suburb of Bengaluru city in Karnataka state of India.


Until the late 1990s the area was a sleepy village in the outskirts of Bengaluru. Following the IT (Information Technology) boom, its close proximity to HAL Airport, Whitefield, Sarjapur Road and Electronic City and the presence of the Outer Ring Road, this area has boomed into a self-sufficient township. There are a large number of cloth stores, shopping malls, supermarkets and other shops in this area with retail products.A large number of flats and IT companies have also come up in the area. Some important shopping centers are Kalmandir, Nalli, Max Fashion, Puma, The first multiplex in Bengaluru, "Innovative Multiplex" is located here.[1]


A six-lane railway overbridge near Marathahalli Junction connects Kundalahalli area and HAL Airport Road. Marathahalli has emerged as a major bus stop for long distance Buses from Bangalore. The international airport is located at a distance of 46 km from Marathahalli through the Outer Ring Road and Bangalore Hyderabad Highway. The nearest railway station from Marathahalli is located at Krishnarajapuram railway station which is at a distance of 11 km [2][3][4]


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  1. ^ "Bangalore". The Hindu. 13 Jul 2003. Retrieved 2009-07-22. 
  2. ^ "Marathahalli: An urban village". The New Indian Express. 7 July 2009. Retrieved 2009-07-22. 
  3. ^ "Marathahalli overbridge thrown open to traffic". The Hindu. 9 April 2008. Retrieved 2009-07-22. 
  4. ^ Aruni, S K (12 January 2012). "Of inscriptions and the medieval period" (Bangalore). The Hindu. Retrieved 16 January 2015. 

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