Proposed Plan of Sri Veeranjaneyaswamy Temple at Medahalli
About our village
Medahalli is a small, self sufficient, progressive Village located in Hosakote taluk,Whitefield 8th Mile Bangalore Rural District, Karnataka 560117. The village is 400 years old and is located on eastern side of the National Highway 7 connecting Bangalore with Kolar. It lays 12 degrees 57 E longitude ad 77 degrees 55 N latitude at an elevation of 3000 feet above the level. It receives an annual rainfall of about 885 mm and experiences a subtropical climate.
According to the oral history provided by the village elders, Medahalli was a passive village till ( ). The entire village lands were under the ownership of one ( ).The villagers were prompted by him to purchase the lands at a very nominal rate and that too on easy installments.
Some parts of the lands had been endowed with irrigation facilities. During the years 1920-70, the villagers used to grow local rice, raagi. They followed the traditional practices. The yields of rice were about five quintals per acre. and After years farmers slowly switched over from the subsistence agriculture to commercial SILK WARMING.
The basic information about the village revealed that the total geographical area is ( ) acres. There are ( ) pattadars of which ( ) are the actual cultivators. The barren land and uncultivable land is ( ) acres, land under non-agricultural use are ( ) acres, the permanent pasture and grazing land is( ) acres, land suitable for cultivation is ( ) acres, other follow land is( ) acres and current follow land is ( )acres. The gross cropped area is ( )acres, of which ( )acres are sown more than once and average land holding under each family is ( ) acres.