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Located 1000m above sea level, this bustling capital city
of Karnataka, has a perpetual holiday atmosphere, thanks mainly
to its picnic weather. Founded in 1537 by a local chieftain,
Kempe Gowda, Bangalore has been much and imbibed even more.
Rapid industrial growth has not taken away Bangalore's old-world
charm. And a trip here can be truly delightful. Known as the
Garden City and Silicon Valley of India, Bangalore offers
you more than a day or two of sight-seeing. There is always
something going on here - music and dance concerts (both western
and Indian), dramas, exhibitions, carnivals… you could go
disco-hoping or pub-crawling, to the restaurants or to movies,
window-shopping, or even for a round of golf.
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Bangalore is known as the Silicon Valley
of the country, the nerve - centre of India's software industry.
Its other major industries include aircraft, electronics and
machine tools. Despite being one of Asia's fastest growing
cities, Bangalore remains one of the most elegant metropolises
in India. A well - planned city, with tree - lined avenues,
a large number of parks, gardens and lakes, Bangalore is aptly
called India's garden city. The city attracts people in large
numbers, from all over the country, and abroad, who come to
look for better job opportunities, and higher education. Surprisingly,
all this frantic industrial expansion and increase in the
population, has not robbed Bangalore of its essential old-world
appeal. It is, in the true sense, a very 'happening' city.
HISTORY : In the year 1120 AD, the Chola
King, Veera Ballalla ruled the Deccan plateau or the South
of India. On a hunting trip in the forest he lost his way.
After a long search he met an old lady in the forest who offered
him shelter for the night and served him baked beans for dinner.
To show his gratitude to this lady for having saved his life,
the King constructed a town and named it as Benda Kalooru
which means Baked Beans. Later in 1537, a local chieftain,
Kempe Gowda helped design this town and give it its modern
Bangalore, Night Life : Bangalore is the "Garden City of India"
with its many gardens and boulevards. Its pleasant climate
and laid back charm attracted many senior citizens and thus
later on came to be called at "the retired man's paradise".
With the multinational Computer companies setting up their
offices here and its the rich technical expertise found in
the city gave it the name of "Silicon City". And of course
what is Bangalore without all its Pubs. Its is now also called
the Pub City with over 200 Pubs all over the town.
Place of interest
Cubbon Park : This beautiful park, sprawling across
300 acres, was laid out by Lieutenant General Sir Mark Cubbon
in 1864. The park is green and dotted with fountains, statues
and flowering trees. Close to the park is the Bal Bhavan and
The Lalbagh : Started by Hyder Ali in 1760 and later
completed by Tipu Sultan, this 240 acres landscape park is
home to some very rare species of plants. The Glass House,
inspired by the Crystal Palace in London, is the venue for
the bi-annual flower shows.
Bangalore Palace : Inspired by the Windsor Castle,
this palace was built in the Tudor style by a Wodeyar King
Ulsoor Lake : is a perfect getaway dotted with a picturesque
island. You can enjoy a boat ride here or swim in the nearby
ISKCON Temple : Built at a cost of Rs.32 crores on
a sprawling 7 acres plot, atop the Hare Krishna hill, is a
pious blend of modern technology and spiritual harmony.