Here’s more on all the places to visit in Bangaloreby Veena World Travel, Explore, Celebrate!
as the Silicon Valle of India, Bangalore to every outsider is all about multinational
companies, software giants as well as revolutionary startups. However, there is
more to Bangalore than these multinationals and corporate hubs. This city also
has some of the country’s grandest palaces, gardens and temples. Here’s more on
all that there is to do and visit on a trip to Bangalore which travellers
usually prefer in a Bangalore tour
Bangalore Palace: A palace
inspired by the Windsor Castle, the Bangalore Palace is the city’s most
prominent landmarks. Pristine Gothic style stained glass windows, ornate
carvings, turreted parapets, fortified towers and Victorian style furniture
enhance the grandeur of this palace. The paintings in the palace give a live
account of the royal family of the Wadiyars. Along with serving as a cradle of
the city’s history, the palace grounds also serve as a host to some of the
country’s most popular events.
Tipu Sultan’s Palace: This
palace is the most vibrant example of Indo-Islamic architecture and people
coming here are mesmerized by the eye-catching beauty of its sturdy pillar and
floral motifs adorning the walls. This palace served as the summer abode of
Tipu Sultan and to date exudes the grandeur of the royalty.
KR Market: This is one of
Asia’s largest flower markets and people coming here get to experience what an
Indian bazaar looks and feels like. Along with the most exotic flowers, people
can get different kinds of utensils, food stalls, and tons of other interesting
things here that they can even carry back as keepsakes.
Bull Temple: This
sixteenth-century Dravidian style temple is the most popular religious site in
the city. The grand idol of Nandi situated here is carved out of single granite
rock and is always adorned with flowers.
Iskon Temple: This temple
dedicated to Lord Krishna is one of the largest in the world. The temple’s
grandeur reflects in all its grand Gopurams and ceilings which are adorned with
beautiful paintings of Radha and Krishna. Within the temple complex, there is
also a Vedic theatre, a Vedic museum, an open-air amphitheatre and various
exhibit areas. The temple complex also has beautifully landscaped gardens where
visitors can spend some time relaxing.
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