Best Two Amazing Tourist Place- KSTDC Bengaluru

by KSTDC India Official page of Karnataka State Tourism Developme

Bengaluru, once in the past Bangalore, is the capital city of Karnataka in south India. Here are the top vacationer spots to visit in Bengaluru. 

ISKCON Sri Radha Krishnachandra Temple


The Radha Krishnachandra Temple in Bangalore has icons of Radha and Krishna and is one of the biggest ISKCON sanctuaries on the planet. Initiated in 1997, the sanctuary advances Vedic culture and profound learning. The sanctuary draws in individuals from over the world and offers a really serene encounter to its guests.

Try not to miss the heavenly prasadam disseminated for nothing to all the guests during the darshana hours. The sanctuary likewise has a guesthouse and you can send the specialists an email ahead of time at for any questions.

Lalbagh Botanical Garden


The Lalbagh Botanical Garden spread across 40 sections of land was worked in 1760 by Hyder Ali, one of the most popular leaders of old Mysore and the dad of Tipu Sultan. The nursery was regardless structured in Mughal style, however was later likewise evolved affected by Tipu Sultan and afterward the British. The nursery saw an expansion of zone and now covers 240 sections of land of land.

The lavish nursery is famous globally for cultivation reads and for its all around kept up treasure trove of plant species. Today, the nursery has around 1,854 types of plants. It is a lovely open space for solid diversion bringing individuals near nature. Lalbagh has all around spread out streets, ways, seating spaces and obviously plants.

The middle phase of Lalbagh is the beguiling Glass House that was made for adapting the colorful species. It additionally holds the celebrated half-yearly blossom shows in January and August.

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