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Bangalore Rural District

Bangalore Rural District includes the rural area of south-east Karnataka around the city of Bangalore. Hinduism, Islam and Christianity are the three main religions. The main agricultural and horticultural crops are ragi, rice, groundnut, sugarcane, castor, grapes, and mulberry. The soil and climate are good for the cultivation of mulberry, rearing of silkworms, production of silk, and other agro-based industries. Channapatna located here is famous for lacquerware. The economy provides employment in different sectors such as sericulture, agriculture, beedi-rolling, some processes of toy making, rag picking, coir factories, sheep breeding and tile factories.

Updated on 19th August, 2018

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