Try various spellings for your name. Try searching by assembly constituency or by pincode. The results show the your name, part no, serial no and age.
You still need to know your assembly constituency to access the list. E.g. to get Jayanagar, you need to click on BBMP (district). In each AC, there are a number of parts. Click on the part no. to get the rolls for your area. The voter roll document mentions the area that is covered in the specified part and the details of the polling booth for that part. It also contains the details of the 1000+ voters in that part.
Note: voter rolls uploaded are in Kannada and may still have discrepancies with the search results on the site.
The complete list of candidates and their affidavits, criminal records and other details are available in various sites like Chief Electoral Officer of Karnataka, myneta.info, Smart Vote, One Billion Votes etc.
Find your polling booth
Polling stations are usually set up in government schools or other public offices. There is normally a polling booth within a couple of kilometres of every voter. The voter roll pdf of your part will mention the polling booth.
UPDATE: The CEO website contains the list of polling booth for every part (in Kannada)
Your constituency will be part of BBMP, Bangalore Urban or Bangalore Rural districts. Select your assembly consituency to see the list of polling booths. For example, Jayanagar polling booths are listed here. The part number for your voter registration will give the polling station you need to visit for the 2009 Lok Sabha Elections.
UPDATE: Janaagraha has shared a list of polling station details with us, this contains the details for 16 Assembly Constituencies in BBMP district.
Alternatively you can use a tool from the One Billion Votes campaign to find your polling booth.
Last but not the least
Take a photo id/address proof. Keep your EPIC voter id card handy. If you do not have an EPIC, you can use any of the following official documents like PAN cards, driving licences, passports etc.