Bangara or Bangaram in Kannada and Telugu respectively means gold. The Kolar gold fields situated very close to Bangarpet testifies this piece of history. Around 50 thousand people travel by train from Bangarpet to Bangalore to earn their livelihood.Bangarpet is famous for chat & other savories, especially paani poori.In census survey, worker is defined as person who does business, job, service, and cultivator and labour activity.
Population of Children with age of 0-6 is 5139 which is 11.46% of total population of Bangarapet (TMC).
In Bangarapet Town Municipal Council, Female Sex Ratio is of 982 against state average of 973.
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Bangarapet is a town in Kolar district in the Indian state of Karnataka.
It symbolizes unity and harmony among people from various communities in Bangarpet. Sri chowdeshwari and sapta matrukeyara temple, attigiri koppa village, Bangarpet.
Bangarpet is famous for the Sri Muttu mariyamman Temple of Sait Compound celebrates Pongal every year which is famous for its tradition and culture, Chowdeshwari and sapta matrukeyara temple of Attigiri Koppa. One of oldest temple in town are Bangarapet is a town municipality with 23 municipal wards, each ward is represented by a councilor directly elected by the people.
In Bangarapet, Male literacy is around 90.58% while female literacy rate is 82.74%.
Bangarapet Town Municipal Council has total administration over 10,083 houses to which it supplies basic amenities like water and sewerage.
Sita Devi, while being in the ashram, used to wander bare foot around the present area of Bangarpet. Bangarpet is approximately 71 km from Bangalore City via rail route.
Legend has it that, the places where Sita wandered bare foot turned into gold mines because of the blessing of Goddess Lakshmi. People travelling to Kolar Gold Fields (KGF) need to change trains here while travelling in trains bound to Bangalore or Chennai.
According to Ramcharitamanasa, Sita Devi (Wife of Lord Rama), after being banished by her husband, lived in the ashram of Valmiki situated in today's Avani in Mulbalgal taluk.