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Lal Bagh, Bangalore : Most diverse Botanical Garden in South Asia

Flower Show Lalbagh

Lal Bagh is an internationally renowned centre for botanical artwork, scientific studies and conservation of plants. Hyder Ali, the emperor of Mysore laid down the foundation of Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens in the 18th century. The gardens were later completed by his son, Tipu sultan. The lush green garden is …

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Mavalli Tiffin Rooms : A Restaurant with authentic taste of South Indian Food

Mavalli Tiffin Rooms Bangalore

Mavalli tiffin rooms (MTR) is a food enterprise in Bangalore which is almost as much on icon of Bangalore an culture as the adjacent Lalbagh. Originally MTR was only a breakfast and  tea time snack place called the Brahmin Coffee Club serving tea,coffee  and idlis. Whereas now it has turned …

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Nandi Hills : An Ancient Hill Fortress near Bangalore

Nandi Hills Top View

About 60 kilometres away from the city of Bangalore exists the famous ancient hill fortress called Nandi Hills also known as Nandidurg. Nandi hills is a place filled with breath taking scenic beauty, laced with mountains, dew, fog and offers a pleasant climate. It is believed that the hills are …

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Bannerghatta National Park : A Great Place for Jungle Safari

Lion at Bannerghatta National Park

The Bannerghatta biological park near Bangalore, Karnataka is where the Forest Department has rehabilitated lions and tigers in semi wild environs. It is hailed as one of the most famous and prominent of all national parks in India. This man–made park is home to several species of birds and animals and …

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Bangalore Palace : Beautiful Palace in the heart of Bangalore

Bangalore Palace

Situated in the Palace Gardens, the Bangalore Palace lies at the heart of the city Bangalore. The palace is quite similar to the medieval castles of Normandy and England. Once the residence of the Wodeyars, it now serves as the venue for various concerts, exhibitions and cultural programs held in …

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Bangalore Fort or Tipu Sultan’s Fort

Bangalore Fort

Bangalore Fort also known as Tipu Sultan Fort was initially built as a mud fort by Kampe Gowda, the founder of Bengaluru. Later in 1761, the fort was converted to a stone fort by Hyder Ali, father of Tipu Sultan. The fort was stronghold by Tipu Sultan until it fell …

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