Bangalore Rural District includes the rural area of south-east Karnataka
around the city of Bangalore
, 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.
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.