Find details of voter rolls, candidate information and polling booth information for the Lok Sabha 2009 elections here »

First, it is not too late to register to vote. The last date to register for the Bangalore region was expected to be 23 April, next week. [Update: AROs have apparently stopped accepting applications since April 16 - please see comment below.]

Second, if you are already registered and need to check if your name on the rolls, there is a way.

This article will get you started.

Some background

Greater Bangalore consists of 3 districts with its delimited assembly constituencies. Where you live will determine which district, constituency and polling booth you fall under.

District 21
Bangalore Rural

District 22

178 Hosakote
179 Devanahalli
180 Doddaballapur
181 Nelamangala

151 K R Puram
154 Rajarajeshwari Nagar
156 Mahalakshmi Layout
157 Malleshwaram
158 Hebbal
159 Pulakeshinagar
160 Sarvagna Nagar
161 C V Raman Nagar
162 Shivajinagar
163 Shanthinagar
164 Gandhinagar
165 Rajajinagar
166 Govindrajnagar
167 Vijayanagar
168 Chamarajpet
169 Chikkpet
170 Basavanagudi
171 Padmanabhanagar
172 B T M Layout
173 Jayanagar
175 Bommanahalli

District 30
Bangalore Urban

150 Yelahanka
152 Byatarayanapura
153 Yeshwanthpur
155 Dasarahalli
174 Mahadevpura
176 Bangalore South
177 Anekal

Each constituency has a set of "Parts" or Polling booth Areas.

Relationship between wards and constituencies:

How to register to vote?

1. Which Form?


For inclusion of names on the Voters list, for inclusion of missing names & transposition of names from the previous to the present constituency (Enclose copy of the address proof, & age proof if you are enrolling for the first time)


For deleting or objecting to the non-resident and deceased persons' names from the list


For making corrections to the particulars of oneself on the list


For transposition of entry from one part of the Roll to another part in the same constituency

2. Where do I get the form?

3. Where to give the form?

See list of voter registration offices.

Also available at

Any helplines?

BBMP Constituency level help is at

Click here for other helpline details.

Where to vote?

See PollingBooth Locations

Additional Information: BBMP Voter Services guide

How to find your name on the voter rolls?

1. Identify your district in district list.

Go to

For help: use interactive map of districts and constituencies:

2. Navigate to your constituency under the district:

For e.g. BBMP details are at

To find out your constituency, use the map

3. In constituency, identify your part/polling booth area

The partwise list for each constituency is given:

E.g. Bommanahalli list is at:

To find out your part/polling booth number, use the map and figure out where your street/address is.

E.g. Bommanahalli map is at:

(Occasionally, it is not clear as the map is not very accurate)

4. To see the rolls, click on the part number.

E.g. For Part 15 in Bommanahalli, you will get\A1750015.pdf

Search for your name in the voter list

1. Click Here for search site:

2. Fill in your name and pin. You would need to try various spellings as the names are transliterated from enumeration records in Kannada.