Bondel

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Bondel
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Coordinates: 12°55′33″N74°52′37″E / 12.9258°N 74.8770°E / 12.9258; 74.8770 Coordinates: 12°55′33″N74°52′37″E / 12.9258°N 74.8770°E / 12.9258; 74.8770
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
State Karnataka
District Dakshina Kannada
City Mangalore
Government
  Body Mangalore City Corporation

Bondel is a residential locality in Mangalore city, Karnataka, India. It is one of the upscale residential localities of Mangalore. Bondel along with Maryhill houses many highrise buildings and also developing rapidly as a commercial center. It lies in Airport road, which originates in KPT Junction and extends till Mangalore International Airport. Kavoor, one of the major localities of Mangalore is located nearby. This locality is close to the airport too.

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Daijiworld Media, an Indian private limited media company is headquartered at Bondel, Mangalore.

Notable Educational Institutions nearby

Notable Tourist spots nearby

Accessibility

Bondel is well connected by public transport. There are several city buses (19,13,14 etc.) from the main bus stop in Statebank, Mangalore and other parts of the city.

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Nearest Airport:

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References

  1. "Mangaluru: Mount Carmel Central School secures excellent results in CBSE Class XII". Daijiworld. 2 May 2019. Retrieved 9 February 2020.