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Zaasna - Earthsong By Manyata

Earthsong By Manyata

by Manyata Developer
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RERA : PRM/KA/RERA/1250/303/PR/180518/00174

Best selling Eco township project on IVC Road, spread across 120 acres




15.25x29.00 | 29.34x15.25 | 39 x 70 |

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Total Area

120 acres

No. of Units

197 units

Base Price



Earthsong is our ode to nature, a 120 acres integrated Township. Its a space dedicated to a peaceful and serene way of living. Earthsong is the greenest community living of Bangalore with a 5 star Resort and all the urban amenities & Facilities. We offer you plots ranging from 1,200 to 4,500 Sq ft, Farm plots with sizes from 4,500 to 19,000 sq ft to have your own farm house, villas with 2 & 3BHK and Apartments 2 and 3BHK. Earthsong by Manyata is located at IVC road a a short drive from the International Airport Road, which is the new economic growth hub of Bangalore, its well connected with elevated high ways and proposed Metero make the commute even quicker.

Plans and schematics are provided by developer and are subject to change.

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About Developer
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Manyata is a pioneering real estate development firm that was founded by Reddy Veeranna with a vision to create quality infrastructure across residential, commercial and mixed-use developments in India. With the right people, resources and thought capital, Manyata explores the many possibilities of a property and its power to impact businesses and the society. With over 4 decades of extensive experience, knowledge and informed perspectives in real estate and infrastructure industry. Manyata has promoted and developed more than 330 acres of Integrated communities, while more than 800 acres is under planning and development. Several Fortune 500 companies have located their businesses at Manyata Tech Park which is bangalore’s first and largest operational SEZ that prides of bringing the live-work-play concept to life in India. Today, Manyata is synonymous with world-class projects that are changing the landscape of modern India