The present study was carried out in rural, transitional, and urban gradients of Bangalore North and South transect from 2017 to 2019 for studying the spatial and temporal analysis of decision-making behavior of agricultural households on agriculture and house-related activities. Eighty, 120, and 100 agricultural households from urban, transitional, and rural gradients were selected for the North transect study. In contrast, 85, 115, and 100 agricultural households from urban, transitional, and rural gradients were selected in the South transect of Bangalore. The data was collected from the same agricultural households using the same schedule during 2017, 2018, and 2019. Personal interviews and focused group discussion was carried out to collect relevant data from both the head of the family and his spouse. A vast majority of the agricultural households of rural, transitional and urban gradients belonged to the good to better decision-making category in respect of agricultural and household activities. There was a non-significant difference in mean decision decision-making scores among agricultural households in rural, transitional and urban gradients over three years from 2017 to 2019. Education, occupation, farming experience, employment opportunities, annual income, innovative proneness, mass media participation, and extension participation of agricultural households of rural, transitional and urban gradients had a positive and significant to a highly significant relationship with their decision-making behavior in respect of agriculture and household-related activities.