Bangalore, The garden city of India is Asia's quickest developing cosmopolitan city with enormous interest from information technology around the world. With the quick advancement 'The Garden city of India', brags now of likewise being 'The Silicon Valley of India'. Spread over a territory of 2190 sq.km. Bangalore, the fifth metro politic city of India is home to 6.52 million individuals. It was established in 1537.
The city of Bangalore is delightfully embellished with gardens, parks, fountains and lakes. It additionally serves as a stopover for some extremely lovely places adjacent including Mysore and the Jog Falls. You can take leisurely from Lal Baug Summer Palace of Tipu Sultan. The city is something special with shopping malls, the hip-n-happening pubs, architectural landmarks, Pleasant climate, etc.
The Ulsoor Lake, otherwise called Halasuru, is in focal Bangalore, near M. G. Street. The lake was made for gathering rainwater and has a surface territory of 125 acres of land. The lake is an intriguing area for vacationers to enjoy boating to visit the beautiful islands to get the view of birds, kinds of flowers and insects.
It is another major attraction of garden city which was built in 1954. The architectural style is the typical example of neo-Dravidian style. Vidana Soudha is the Legislative Chamber of Karnataka Government with many government offices.
The archaeological museum placed on the Kasturba Gandhi Road. The Government Museum of Bangalore, considered one of the oldest museums in India.. It is the place where you can find ancient coins, inscriptions, sculpture, jewelry and artifacts including relics from Mohenjodaro, Halebid and Vijayanagar. The Directorate of Archeology and Museum of Karnataka State takes care about the museum
Abbe Dubois the missionary from French built St.Marry's church in1818, called it as 'Kaanike Mathe Devaalaya' (Our Lady of Presentation). Now, it is one the oldest basilica in India
Lalbagh is one of the must see destination in Bangalore. It spread over 96 hectares. It was founded by Hyder Ali in the year of 1760. Tipu Sultan completed this garden and called it as Lalbagh. It's filled with rare trees, glass house, etc. There will be annual flower shows on the occasion of Republic day and Independence Day of India..
It is the place of history and culture. The construction of palace completed in 1944 which was started in 1862. The traveler can find such elephant head is mounted at the entrance, vases of the elephant trunk, Stools made of elephant feet, and trophies of elephant hunting are showcased in the palace. Victorian, neo-classical and Edwardian styles can be found the crafting style of furniture's.
It was the summer home of Tipu Sultan also called as "The Abode of Peace". Most of the work of the palace completed with teak wood. The ornamental pillars, balconies and curved arches are very much impressive. It will tell you the style and culture of proud full histories
Cubbon Park and ISKCON temple complex are other historical constructions were found in Bangalore.