Attibele is a periphery and panchayat town in Anekal taluk, Bangalore. The Karnataka-Tamil Nadu border is also settled in this locality which is marked by an arch. Initially, the locality was a small village and after 1990s the development of NH7 was done under "Golden Quadrilateral" project. The region encompasses the villages like Yadavanahalli, Ichangur, Balagaranahalli and Neralur.
Earlier, the region was known as “Oudumbapuri”, which is evident from some of the handy scripts. The region developed first theater, Gowrishankar, as early as 1942. It is also popular for the some of the temples and shrines which celebrate some special features. The languages used in the region are Kannada, Tamil and Telugu.
The region is famous for many old and historic temples and festivals. Some of the temples are Patalamma temple, Shiva temple and many more. The popular festival such as “Rathotsavam” is celebrated for 10 days and Vaikunta Ekadashi & Ugadi are also celebrated with much joy. Apart from the temples, the region is also an Industrial hub and has textile industries. The great automobiles such as TVS Motors and Ashok Leyland are quite close to the vicinity.
The region has easy access to most of the locality in the city. It is accessible through Roadways via buses. It is barely It is 35 km from Bangalore and 5 km from Hosur on NH 7. The Real Estate has been also blooming slowly and steadily.
Some of the Residential Projects are as follows: