Malur is a fast growing Town Municipal Council city in Kolar district of Karnataka state located at 13.00O North latitude and 77.94O East longitude covering a total area of 7.12 sq. km.The total population of the town is about 40,050 comprise 20,377 males and 19,673 females and recording 82.47 percent literacy rate which is higher than the State average of 75.36 percent as per 2011 census. The city is about 46 km from Bangalore andbarely 26 km from Kolar favourably located on the Bangalore-Chennai trunk railway line that not only facilitate many passenger trains and few express trains to halt here,but also helps hundreds of our students and a fair number of teachers to travel to college conveniently at an affordable cost. The town is famous for clay-tiles and brick industry, fresh vegetables, floriculture the products of which are largely transported to bigger cities like Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad. Malur is inhabited by all section of people live peacefully and some of them have contributed significantly in the fields of political, social, religious, art etc. and a few of them in the field of literary. Notably in the literary field, a small village namely Masthi in Malur taluk is ever remembered in the history of Karnataka in particular and India in general for having gifted a great literary legend Masthi Venkatesh Iyengar a well-known writer in Kannada language and fourth among Kannada writer to be honoured with the Jnanapith Award, the highest literary honour conferred in India.