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Perumal Veluchamy

Perumal Veluchamy5.0/5

2 reviews

Overall a nice experience

I liked Hosur because there are two mountain temple one is Siva and Krishna. Both are very beautiful. And Hosur is big industrial area. And there is near hogenakkal falls is very beauty . Falls sometimes coming fast and it is very super to looking but it is very dangerous to take Bath. So we have to make a safe Bath.

Sandesh Bhivande

Sandesh Bhivande2.5/5

99 reviews

It was good

It was good experiece. I tried Devanhalli - Hoskote - Sarjapur - Bagalur - Hosur route which is 98 Km from Airport to reach industrial area in Mathagondapalli village. I tried this route to avoid Bangalore city traffic but it also took 3 hours as lots of turn on the way. Road signs are not there & people dosen;t know English which makes things little tough. Too many bakery shop on the way. I tried Savaari car rentals & they provide very good service.

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Hosur Overview

Hosur is a city in the Krishnagiri District of Tamil Nadu. It is located 40 km away from the Silicon Valley of India, Bangalore. Hosur is located at 900 meters above sea level and is known for its lush greenery and pleasant weather all year round.


Hosur has taken its cue and is now booming with the large presence of manufacturing industries in the city which parallels the meteoric rise of Bangalore as an information technology hub in India. The automobile industry here is instrumental in creating more interest in the city for investment opportunities and economic growth.


Hosur was founded by King Rama Natha of the Hoysala Dynasty in the year 1290. It is historically significant for acting as a border between British India and Tipu’s Mysore. Hosur was twice conquered by the British in 1768 and 1791.


A replica of the Scottish Kenilworth Castle called Brett’s Fort existed in Hosur and acted as a stronghold for the British but now lies in ruins. Under the British rule in India, Hosur was made the headquarters of the Salem District by the collector Walton Illiat Lockardt.

The State Industries Promotion Corporation of Tamil Nadu Limited (SIPCOT) has been a catalyst in the development of industries in the backward areas of Tamil Nadu and was instrumental from the 1980s in assisting Hosur’s evolution into an ideal destination for manufacturing companies.


Hosur is also known for being the largest single region to export roses from India. The TANFLORA Infrastructure Park at Madhagondapalli near Hosur is the largest exporter of roses to Europe. The patented “Taj Mahal” rose is the most popular export.

Photos of Hosur

Hosur, Tamil Nadu

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Shailendra rathore

Water sound will blast your soul
Hosur, Tamil Nadu

Photo by

Shailendra rathore

Water sound will blast your soul
Chandira Choodeswarar Temple, Hosur

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Harsha Anjanappa

Chandira Choodeswarar Temple, Hosur

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