Bangalore

History

The capital city of Karnataka, Bangalore is now a well-developed metropolitan city. A number of rulers ranging from Shahaji Raje to Tipu Sultan have contributed to the beauty of the city. The city was bestowed the title of ‘Garden City of Indi a’ in 1927. Over the centuries, Bangalore has seen various changes taken place in all sectors and has always maintained a high position in the nation. The city is now known as the’Silicon Valley’with its highest information technology export. The city continues to attract more and more fans tourists every year.

  • The Bannerghatta National Park has the richest reserve for a number of animals, residing peacefully. The biggest attractions of the park are Grand Tiger and Lion Safaris organized by the KSDTC.
  • Wonderla is an amusement park located about 28 kilometers away from the city. The amusement park has 53 rides, for both land and water. It has many other attractions including musical fountains, laser shows and a virtual Reality show.
  • The Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum is another attraction of the city. Started with respect to Sir M. Visvesvaraya, the museum is complete with an engine hall that showcases automobiles and machines used in industries and space gallery with its exciting space explorations and rocket science models.
  • Other attractions of the city include ISKCON Temple, Bangalore Palace, Bangalore Aquarium and St. Mary’s Basilica Church.
  • Mysore city also known to be the ‘sandalwood city’ and ‘City of palaces’ is recognized for the rich culture and tradition it has preserved. The city also flaunts a number of other palaces, Iakes, museums and temples. It is also the 2nd cleanest city in India.
  • Coorg, also called the ‘Scotland of India’ by British is a hill station with pleasant climatic conditions all around the year.
  • Tirupati is a holy city in Andhra Pradesh that witnesses thousands of devotees every single day. It is easily accessible by road from Bangarore.

Bangalore has a wide range of authentic south Indian food items. Idli (steamed rice snack served with sambar and chutni; sambar is pulses prepared as a little sweet and a little sour taste), Medu wada (Fried balls prepared of pulses), Kesari Bhaat, Lemon Rice, Bonda soup,Pongal (rice prepared in a much traditional manner), Mangalore Bun, Benne Masala Dosa and set dosa (prepared again out of rice, soaked overnight and coarsely grinded before it is prepared) are some of the many delicacies of the city.

The city has pleasant climatic conditions all round the year and therefore it is suitable for visit all 365 days. Sandalwood is a specialty of the city and has the purest  stock for its customers. Also, Mysorepak is a delicacy for all with a sweet tooth. The food item stays fresh for a period of 8 days which makes it possible to be consumed for a long period.


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