Once upon a time… Yeah the story will open like this for Bangalore after few more years. Bangalore was once a village and  it was not many years back. You can notice the names of the localities of Bangalore. Most of the names end with “Halli” ( like Nayandahalli, Hoskarehalli) which means ‘village’ in Kannada. The transformation of  Bengaluru to the Silicon Valley has been really fast with the upcoming IT Tech Parks.

One of the majestic IT buildings

One of the majestic IT buildings

You talk to an elderly person who has been staying in Bangalore for a long time and they would mention how fast everything has changed – be it climate or roads or transport or the demographics or the living conditions. And all these changes are mostly the aftereffects of the IT Tech Parks. You can see all over Bangalore tall and beautiful buildings overflowing with people. There are lots of tech parks all over the city from ITPL at one end to Global Village Tech Park on  the other end and many other inside the heart of the city. Each of the park having clusters of buildings of different companies.

You name any company and mostly you will find one of its branch in Bangalore. The transformation of Bangalore has had a mixed form of effects in terms of good and bad. The climate has changed from a very pleasant weather to a little  unpleasant but still an enjoyable weather. There has been a diversity of people – you can find people from all over India here and infact people from all over the world. With the coming up of IT parks, Bangalore has one of the highest contribution in the economy of India. But yes more of pollution , more of urbanization and more of traffic. Still in total this is a lovely City.

Another IT building

Another IT building

The story of the transformation of Bangalore from ‘Halli’ to ‘Silicon Valley of India’ is not yet over. More IT tech parks are coming up and one of the most looked forward is the Metro and the flyovers.