Ramanagara district is a district of Karnataka state in southern India and this district is part of Bangalore Division. Ramanagara city is the administrative headquarters of this district.
Geography of Ramanagara
Ramanagara district covers the 3,556 km2 (1,373 sq mi) area. Ramanagara is approximately 50 km southwest of Bangalore.
Latitude of Ramanagara city : 12 degrees, 42.9 minutes North
Longitude of Ramanagara city : 77 degrees, 16.6 minutes East
About Ramanagara District
Ramanagara district was carved out of the erstwhile Bangalore Rural district on 23 August, 2007. Ramanagara is famous for the huge rocky outcroppings. Those that are popular for rock climbing are;
Taluks in Ramanagara District
In Ramanagara District there is 4 Taluks
Tourist places in Ramanagara District
Revanasiddesh Betta Temples
Colleges in Ramanagara District
MATS Institute of Management & Entrepreneurship
Sri Bhagavan Magaveer Jain College of Engineering
Economy of Ramanagara District
Ramanagara is one of the biggest Silk market, in India, so that its other name is Silktown. Ramanagara district includes the Bidadi industrial area, which houses the manufacturing units of Toyota and Coca-Cola.