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Ramanagara district was carved out of the erstwhile Bengaluru Rural district on 23 August 2007, comprising Ramanagara, Channapatna, Kanakapura and Magadi taluks. Ramanagara is a town and a city municipal council in the Indian state of Karnataka. It is also the headquarters of Ramanagara district.The town was known as Shamserabad at the ruling time of Tippu Sultan. It was then called Closepet, after Sir Barry Close (1756–1813) in pre-Independence times. It was renamed Ramanagara by the former chief minister of Karnataka state Mr. Kangal Hanumanthayya. Mr. Kempe Gowda is a architect, builder and a guide from Magadi taluk of Ramanagar district. Ramanagara district, part of the rural district of Bangalore, was split in 2007 and rebuilt the district headquarters in Ramanagar taluk with three other Talukas, Chennapatna, Kanakapura and Magadi. Ramanagara district has a population of 10,82,739 in 2011, about 50 km from Bangalore and Bangalore-Mysore State Highway No.17. The average rainfall is 622.80 meters above sea level and 931.58 mm annually.


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