About Bogadi Road

Bogadi Road is one of the prominent localities in Mysore and well connected with the other parts of the city. It connects Mysore with Gaddige through Bogadi Gaddige Road. It has many well known Schools, Colleges, Institutes, Hospitals, Markets, Petrol Pumps, Banks and ATMs available nearby the locality.

Located on West of Mysore, Bogadi Road is surrounded by neighborhoods & landmark areas such as Bogadi, Vijay Nagar, Deepa Nagar, K Hemanahalli, Kumarbeedu, Madahalli, Karimuddinahalli, Gowripura, Aswal, Kayathanahalli, Shindenahalli and Gaddige. It is well connected by buses and public transports services through varoius Bus Stops.Transport facility is also very good in this locality. With fast developing locality and decent area, commercially potential is an advantage.

Bogadi Road as Investment Locality Bogadhi is an excellent locality for residential purposes and living away from hustle bustle of city yet close to all modern amenities. It has some excellent news for all who wants to invest on property in the Heritage City of Mysore.

Investment in the locality has shown very good return in recent years. It will not be a surprise if it becomes an investment hub in upcoming years as Real Estate and Construction has seen a rapid growth in the area.Property in Bogadi Road has built up areas ranging from 1,200 sq ft to 10000 sq ft. Projects offer Villas, Apartments and Plots of various configurations. You can find popular Villas, Apartments and Plots for sale in Bogadi Road at attractive rates.

Our Projects on Bogadi Road - Yesh Valley View

Located at the prime location of Bogadi Gaddige Road opposite Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya and alongside Kumarbeedu Bus Stop, Yesh Valley View residential layout had become a beautiful choice for residential purposes in the locality.

The layout is fully developed and houses are coming up. The amenities provided are of very good quality, especially electric cabling and other utilities. Storm water drains, parks and roads are really very well developed. Read More 

About Hunsur and Hunsur Road

Hunsur Road is one of the main roads of Mysore city and well connected with the other parts of the city. It connects Mysore with Coorg and other neighbouring districts. This road is part of State Highway 88 (SH88) that connects Mysore with Mangalore via Hunsur, Periyapatna , Madikeri, Sulya , Puttur and Bhantwal. While the Mysore to Hunsur section of SH88 is popularly known as the Hunsur road. Like other radial roads out of Mysore City, the Hunsur Road starts from the Mysore Palace vicinity.

Starting from Sayyaji Rao Road near KR Circle and heading westward, Hunsur road crosses the JLB Road at the junction of Hotel Metropole and Nanjaraja Bahadur Choultry. A little ahead on the road is the Hotel Regales, and opposite to it the archway that leads to the Krishnaraja Boulevard and the Gordon Park, a major heritage locality of Mysore.

After crossing the railway line appears Rangayana on the left. On the right side are the CFTRI campus and heritage mansions like "High View", "Jalasannidhi" and "Jaladarshini", all now functions as offices or as official residences.

Further ahead on the left appear the Kukarahalli Lake and the roads leading to University of Mysore campus. Chittaranjan Palace (now Green Hotel) is another heritage structure on Hunsur road around this area.

Hunsur Road is a central hub in the city. There are many places of interest that you must visit in Mysore, which has plenty of activities and things to do here. A visit to Hunsur Road will give you a greater insight in to Mysore. In and around Hunsur Road you can explore various places of interest including restaurants, shops and other establishments. Transport facility is also good in this locality. It is well connected by trains, buses and public transports. School, bank, ATM and hospital are available nearby the locality.

Our Projects on Hunsur Road, Mysore:-

Yesh Mega City Phase I & II - A Self contained township spread over 80 Acres. Read More..

Yesh Greens Phase I, II & III - An ideal home away from the hustle bustle of city life, yet close to upcoming developments with already sold out Phase I & II. Read more..

Yesh Green County - Located in the Holy town of Bettadur, with the 800 year old Historical Tourism hotspot - Gomatagiri Jain Temple - erected atop a 50 Meter tall Hillock, in close vicinity is a major tourist spot in Hunsur Road. Read More..

Way to Hunsur from Mysore

At somewhat 10 km from the city center, Hunsur Road crosses the Outer Ring Road and heads towards Hunsur. The right deviation on the ring road takes you to the Bangalore road (SH17) and the left deviation to ring road leads to the Ooty road (NH212). From Mysore city take Hunsur road for heading to places like Gommatgiri, Madikeri (Coorg) ,Subramanya, Mangalore, Hassan etc. The road is narrower and traffic slow-moving closer to the Mysore city center. However towards to outskirt it is wider. This is a 2 lane/4lane road almost till Madikeri, further in is 2 lanes.

Our Projects in Hunsur:-

Yesh Dream City - A 25 Acre mini township project facing Hunsur Road is well developed residential layout equipped with all necessary amenities.

Major Landmarks on Hunsur road:- 

  • Royal Orchid Metropole Hotel
  • Hotel Reggalis
  • Metropole Bus Stop
  • Pelican pub
  • Kalamandira Bus Stop
  • Paduvarahalli circle Bus Stop
  • MCTD Bus Stop
  • BM Hospital Bus Stop
  • The Green Hotel
  • Premier Studio Bus Stop
  • Aishwarya Petrol Bunk Bus Stop
  • Hotel Highway
  • Shell Petrol Bunk
  • MTDC
  • Heritage Honda
  • Grand Maurya Hotel & Resort
  • SRS Colony
  • Hootagalli Milk Dairy
  • KHB Colony
  • NKHB Colony
  • Excelsoft Tech. Pvt.
  • Belwadi
  • Kirloskar Electric Company Ltd.
  • MMC Factory
  • Gyansarovar Rajyoga Retreat Center
  • St. Joseph central School
  • Pyramid Timber Associate Pvt. Ltd.
  • Canra Bank
  • Yelwala Police Station
  • River Electronic and Techn. Services
  • Kuberaananda Sagara layout
  • RMP Bus Stop
  • Atomic energy central school
  • RMP
  • Yesh Mega City
  • Yesh Greens
  • Gomatagiri Jain temple
  • Vekateshwara Theatre
  • Govt. Hospital Bilikerea
  • Bannikupe Bus stop
  • Bus Depot
  • Cafe Coorg
  • Manjunatah temple
  • Hunsur Bus Stand
  • St. Joseph School
  • Abdullah and Christ riverview School
  • Hunsur Taluk Office
  • Swamy Aiyyapa Temple
  • Yesh Dream city
  • State Bank of Mysore
  • Balaji Palace

About Mundargi

City Overview :

The name 'Mundargi' derived from the hill-station Murudagiri, gist 'Hill of Shiva'. Mundargi is a civic town in Gadag district of Karnataka. Mundargi is close to two district headquarters, being about 36 kilometres from Gadag and around 50 kilometres from Koppal.
The river Tungabhadra streams about 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) from Mundargi, and offers water.

Culture :

Mundargi is prominent for the ancient Mundargi fort traced on the mount top. Mundargi is home to the Shri Kanaka Narsimha Temple, an ancient temple of Lord Narsimha. A Jatra (popular traditional drama) is held during Holi every year.

Education :

Mundargi has many schools and colleges like Shri SBS Ayurveda Medical College, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, and Lions Comp PU College etc.

Economy :

The soil is molded from the decomposed rocks of all types. The earths generally found are deep black cotton soil, sand mixed soil and red soil.

It is favorable for increasing oil seeds such as Groundnut, Sunflower, millets and Jowar, Wheat, Paddy, Pulses, Sugarcane, Onion, Cotton & Chilly under rain fed conditions.

The Karnataka Handloom Development Corporation provides training facilities in the preferment of cotton, woollen & silk handloom fabrics. Tungabhadra River enables advancement of pisciculture. The major mineral resource available is iron ore.

Climate :

The climate is dry and healthy in general. The summer starts from the middle of February and remains up to the first week of June. The south-west monsoon follows subsequently and covers up to the end of September. The period from December to middle of February is the cold season. Average rainfall of the Mundargi is 590 mm.

Transport :

By road, Mundargi is 37 kilometres (23 mi) south-east of Gadag and 32 kilometres (20 mi) south-west of Koppal. The total road length has increased to 944 km.
The nearest railway stations are at Gadag Junction and Koppal. Broad gauge line (4 kms) links through the Taluk.
The nearest Sea port is at Mangalore. Nevertheless, the seaport at Uttara Kannada District can also be used for trading purpose.
The nearest Airport is at Hubli which is about 113 km from Mundargi. 

About Bangalore

Bangalore is known using several dialects as “Silicon Valley of India”, "Garden City of India”, "Rock/Metal Capital of India".Bengaluru is the third largest cityand fifth largest metropolitan area in India. The city is along with the top ten favored entrepreneurial spots in the world.

Culture :

Biannual floral exhibits are held at the Lal Bagh Gardens throughout the week of Republic Day and Independence Day. Bangalore Karaga or "Karaga Shaktyotsava" ,an oldest festival devoted to the Hindu deity Draupadi.
Bangalore is acknowledged for its music scene and "Bangalore Literature Festival".The miscellany of cuisine is insightful of the social diversity of Bangalore.

Education :

Leading research institutes such as The M. P. Birla Institute of Fundamental Research institute,Indian Institute of Science, National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS),Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research (JNCASR) , National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT),National Law School of India University (NLSIU), the Indian Institute of Management(IIM-B),the National Institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology (NIANP), the Indian Statistical Institute and International Institute of Information Technology(IIIT-B) are located in Bangalore.

Several government and Private Schools are situated in Bangalore.

Economy :

Bangalore is one of the chief financially viable centers in India. The nerve center of Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL), Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML), Central Manufacturing Technology Institute (CMTI) and HMT (formerly Hindustan Machine Tools) are located in Bangalore.
Bangalore's IT industry is divided into three main clusters – Software Technology Parks of India (STPI); International Tech Park, Bangalore (ITPB) and Electronics City.

Climate :

Bangalore generally benefits more moderate climate throughout the year. The maximum temperature ever recorded in Bangalore is 38.9 °C. The heaviest rainfall recorded is 179 millimeters.

Transport :

Road :

Buses operated by Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) are the unswerving way of public transport available. Autos and Taxis are also popular form of transport and are metered.

Rail :

A swift passage called the Namma Metro is being assembled. There are four most important railway stations in the city- Bangalore City junction, Bangalore Cantonment railway station, Yeshwantapur junction and Krishnarajapuram railway station.

Air :

Bangalore is served by Kempegowda International Airport,erstwhile called Bangalore International Airport located at Devanahalli. The airport is the fourth active airport in India.

About Dharwad

Dharwad is located 425 km northwest of Bangalore. The word "Dharwad" means a place of recreation in a long travel. Dharwad has adequate greenery. The Dharwad pedha - a milk-based confectionery is very popular.

Culture :

Dharwad is notable for its contributions to Indian classical music and Kannada literature. Dharwad is also recognized for the best of societal activities like Bharat Scouts & Guides.

Education :

Dharwad is a pew of wisdom. It has prestigious educational institutions like Management, Law, Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Physiotherapy, Nursing, Arts, Science, and Commerce etc. The District Institute of Education and Training (DIET) established more than 150 years ago is the oldest teacher education institutions in the country.

Economy :

Dharwad produces varieties of channa, kardi, soya and groundnut seeds, Dharwad Cotton Hybrid (DCH) - a popular variety of cotton, Dharwad Alphonso mangoes and Navalur guavas.Tata Motors has a commercial vehicle manufacturing facility at Dharwad.

Climate :

The climate is slightly warm during the summer (April–May) and pleasurable during rest of the year. Dharwad is distinguished as a quiet and pleasant city widely held with students and retirees. The usual yearly rainfall is 838mm.
Dharwad is well-known as “Chhota Mahabaleshwar” due to its admirable climate all through the year.

Transport :

Road :

There is first-rate inter-city transportation between Hubli and Dharwad as NWKRTC (North West Karnataka Road Transport Corporation) and Bendre Nagara Sarige (a consortium of private bus-owners). There are countless private bus operatives who render amenities for overnight travel between Dharwad and Bangalore, Mangalore, Pune, Mumbai, Hyderabad.

Rail :

Dharwad has regular trains to Gadag, Bagalkot, Bijapur, Solapur, Bellary, Belgaum, Bangalore, Mumbai, Davangere, Pune, Delhi, Visakhapatnam Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Vijayawada, Mysore, Tirupati and weekly services to Chennai, Howrah and Thiruvananthapuram.

Air :

Hubli-Dharwad has an airport on Gokul Road.SpiceJet provides flights to Bangalore and Mumbai. 

About Hubli

Hubli - Dharwad :

Hubli is the fastest growing city in the state of Karnataka and a profitable hub. The present inhabitants are more than 12 lakhs. Hubli also houses the largest number of government offices outside Bangalore.

Culture :

Hubli is one of the most essential centers for cultural, religious and social activities. Hubli is renowned for having people of different religions - Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Jains and Sikhs.

Education :

The city is blessed with 4 Universities and 2 deemed Universities and 200+ colleges providing quality education for students across North Karnataka, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh and henceforth named as 'Shikshana Kashi'. Due to such a large cluster of learning centres, the twin cities Hubli-Dharwad are called the educational heart of North Karnataka.

Climate :

Summers are warm and dry, lasting from late February to early June. They are followed by the monsoon season and a large amount of rainfall. Temperatures are fairly moderate from late October to early February.

Transportation :

Hubli-Dharwad is well connected by road, rail and air.

Road :

NWKRTC (North West Karnataka Road Transport Corporation) is a state run corporation headquarted at Hubli. There is also excellent inter-city transportation between Hubli and Dharwad.

Rail :

Hubli is the headquarters of the South Western Railways. Hubli railway station is an important junction with direct trains to major metro cities of India including Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai and Kolkata.

Air :

The airport at Hubli finds a place on our national air map.Direct flights are available from Hubli to Bangalore and Mumbai. One can also fly from Hubli to Delhi, Kolkata, Hyderabad and Chennai by connecting flights available from Bangalore.

The twin cities are well connected with important cities like Bombay, Bangalore, Hyderabad and port towns of Karwar and Goa also has many tourist attractions in its vicinity.

IT Park :

The Government of Karnataka promoted IT Software Park is situated adjacent to the Karnatka Law University at Sutagatti. STPI-Hubli Software Technology Parks of India has been operational since mid 2001 and adds to the development of the IT Industry in the twin cities, besides providing tremendous job opportunities.

Mono Rail :

A high speed rail network connecting the twin cities of Hubli - Dharwad is proposed under the Public Private Partnership model. While the Government will provide the necessary land, the Private participant will be required to establish and operate the Mono Rail. Once the Scheme is implemented, the Twin City will be hugely benefited. 

About Mysore

City Overview :
Mysore is the third leading city in the state of Karnataka. It is spread across an area of 128.42 km2. People all over Mysore widely use Kannada as medium of language. Mysore City Corporation is responsible for the civic administration of the city. The city was the location of the first private radio station in India.

Culture :
It is known as the cultural capital of Karnataka. Mysore is also called the City of Palaces. The Mysore painting style is an outgrowth of the Vijayanagar School of painting. It is religiously and culturally traditional.

Linkages :
Mysore is located about 140 Kms from Bangalore and well connected by rail and road to parts of state and country.A network of State Highways and National Highways connect the city to various nearby towns and neighboring states of Tamil Nadu and Kerela.

Road :
Mysore is connected by National Highway NH-212 to the state border town of Gundlupet, where the road forks into the states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu.A new division of KSRTC called Mysore City Transport Corporation (MCTC) has been proposed. Within the city, buses, auto-rickshaws and Tongas (horse-drawn carriages) are economical means of transport.

Rail :
Mysore railway station has three lines, linking to Bangalore, Hassan and Chamarajanagar. All trains that connect to Mysore are activated by South Western Railway Zone, Hubli of Indian Railways. The fastest train to serve the city is the Shatabdi Express.

Air :
Mysore Airport has scheduled viable air services. SpiceJet originated flights from Mysore to Chennai via Bangalore.

Climate & Utility
The main seasons are summermonsoon and winter. The city's average yearly rainfall is 804.2 mm. Drinking water for Mysore is sourced from the Kaveri and Kabini rivers. The city has an underground drainage system. Mysore was rated the second hygienic city in India in 2010 and the cleanest in Karnataka.

Economical Significance of Properties

Impact of Property as An Asset

The economic life of the asset will be determined by factors as technological progress and changes in demand. Certain assets, such as homes, property may have the greatest impact on your overall net worth. When valuing any asset, it is important to determine reasonable market values.

Properties as an Asset provide uplift to your economical condition by:

1.Deciding on investment prospective based on vigorous growth.

2.Ensuring property is being administered as a corporate resource.

3.Regularly observing and improving on the performance of property.

4.Ascertaining comprehensive asset management information is maintained and stored efficiently.

5.Ensuring best value for property is suitable for its present use.

6.Ensuring properties are maintained effectively with relevant regulation.

7.Ensuring for SEZ zones, so that property worth bounce high. 

Things to Consider Before Buying a Land

Location: Location has always been very important. You and your family must plan which is the most important location, where you want to build your dream home. You might want to live in location away from the hustle bustle of city life, yet close to upcoming developments providing the much needed breathing space and peace of mind. Carefully consider your residential land requirements first, before anything else. Remember you can always change the house, but you can't change your locality.

Types of Land: There are generally two types of land where you may want to build your dream home i.e. Developed and Undeveloped land. Developed lands come with great advantages of utilities or amenities brought to the site and roads built. It may come as gated community. Whereas if you buy undeveloped land, you will be responsible for bringing the utilities to your home, and in many cases, you must build and maintain the roads into your property. This may add unnecessary home expenses. Consider your priorities and essential to determine what type of land you want to buy.

Legal Approvals & Documents: You must check approvals and documents associated with the property to avoid unnecessary liabilities in future as you may not be able to get them changed later. Before you buy your choice of land, make sure whether you will be able to build as you wanted.

Cost: It is an obvious one, but it may vary depending on the locations and the liabilities come with your choice of land. Land appreciation, neighborhood, key distances from prominent places may be the determining factor for price of you dream land.

Dimensions: The size of land you need depends on the size of the house you want to build. So consider all your priorities before you purchase the land as you may have several plans to do for your home in the future.

EMI and Loan Options: It provides a great relief to those who canĂ¢€™t pay the full amount in one go. It also gives you the flexibility to pay in several installments and take loans as required. Loan approvals on a property also assure the authenticity of lands you are going to buy.