Varthur is a part of internationally famous Whitefield township situated in the Eastern periphery of Bangalore city. Before 2008, it was a legislative assembly in Karnataka but was split into three legislative assemblies C.V.Raman Nagar, Mahadevapura and Krishnarajapura later on. The expat population of this area is nearly fifty thousand and is increasing at a rapid rate. Varthur is very close to ITPL. Despite the high business activities, people love to walk around Varthur lake and enjoy the beautiful sunset in the evening. Varthur is home to many important educational institutions, which has made this place a favorite for people to go for affordable housing and low cost apartments. Most of the people in this area earn passive income via rents for students.
Varthur has a very good connectivity with the Bangalore city. There are two major four-laned roads to Bangalore city from Varthur. First one is via HAL old airport road and the second one is via Hosur road.
Belandur Road railway station is the nearest railway station from Varthur. It is at a distance of 4 Km from Varthur and can be reached via Belagere road.
Varthur is around 40 Km away from Bangalore International Airport. There are numerous cabs and buses that ply across KA SH 35 which lead to the airport via Whitefield
Varthur has some important landmarks. Here are some of them
Sigma Technology Park
Forum Value Mall
Head quarter of Wipro Technologies
Varthur is also famous for being one of the important educational hubs in Karnataka. Some of the famous educational institutions in Varthur-
New Horizon College of Engineering
CMR Institute of Technology
Krupanidhi Nursing pharmacy degree and PU College, Gunjur
Government High School and Junior College, Varthur
Government Middle School, Varthur
Jnana Sagar Vidya Mandir School, Varthur
Government Degree College, Varthur