Rajajinagar is one of the largest suburbs of Bengaluru. This locality lies in the western part of Bengaluru. It is a popular business industrial hub. It is an established town with quality residential and commercial areas. The official language of this place is Kannada.
This town is named after Chakravarthi Rajagopalachari, who was the first Indian Governor-General. He was commonly known as Rajaji and was a politician, independence activist, lawyer, writer, and statesman. Rajajinagar was built in the 1950s and developed by the City Improvement Trust Board, today recognized as BDA. The CITB tower was inaugurated by the king of Mysore on 3rd July 1949 and still is an important landmark in the city. Rajajinagar is a well-planned locality. According to estimates, the construction of this city cost Rs.50 lakhs.
The climate of this area is pleasant throughout the year. The summers here are mild, and the temperature in winters rarely falls below 16 degrees. The lowest temperatures are recorded in January, while the highest is recorded in April. The month of September sees the highest rainfall.
If you want to reach Rajajinagar from Indiranagar, you can drive via Mahakavi Kuvempu Road in 44 minutes. The distance between the two places is 11.8 km. You can also take the metro from Indiranagar to Kempegowda Station and a connecting metro train from Mahakavi Kuvempu Road. A seven-minute walk from there can get you to Rajajinagar. You can also take the bus from Indiranagar KFC to Navarang Theatre in Rajajinagar.
The suburb of Rajajinagar is well connected with other parts of Bengaluru through buses, taxis, and metros. Rajajinagar has its metro station. The international airport of Bengaluru is almost 35km from Rajajinagar. It takes 50 minutes to reach the airport from Rajajinagar.
The nearest branch of Agarwal Packers and Movers is 11.8 km away and can be reached 36 minutes via Dr. Rajkumar Road.