Located in the North of Bangalore, Byatarayanapura is a prominent place for the industrial establishments. It is well-known for the Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced and Scientific Research. Established in 1989, the centre is an independent research institution sponsored by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India. The locality has ample of space pursued for research in Chemical, Physical, Biological Sciences and Computational Fluid Dynamics. Along with Jakkur Airfield, the locality also houses the Bangalore Flying Club (a group of amateur pilots who enjoy recreational flying) and Flying Schools (schools that teach students to fly airplanes). The Manyata Embassy Business Park, an IT SEZ (Special Economic Zone) is one of the biggest tech parks located nearby to the locality. The location is well-connected via roadways, railways and airways. Bellary Road that further meets NH-7 is the primary road that connects Byatarayanapura with the major localities of Bangalore. Also, Kempegowda International Airport (BIAL), India's leading travel destination known for its quality and efficiency is in the close proximity. As positioned in a soothing environment, Byatarayanapura possesses an ease of propinquity towards Mekhri circle and Kodigehalli Railway Station. The area is rich in lush green, as it is dotted with Eucalyptus plantation. The beautiful Jakkur Lake is one of the best places nearby for the picnic spot with family as well as for the evening stroll. Other than Jakkur Lake, Rachanahalli Kere is one more water source situated nearby.