Bangalore : The Silicon Valley of India
Bangalore not only is the capital of Karnataka, but it is also the Silicon Valley of India. Bangalore is a unique city that is a combination of simplicity and modernization as it sees the world with both views equally. The people in Bangalore are not only well educated but humble and helpful as well. The best time to visit Bangalore is during winters as this season inBangalore is said to have the most beautiful days in thewhole country.But exceptions can be made as even all-round the year,Bangalore faces an excellent climate.
Reaching Bangaloreis an easy task to accomplish as being the Silicon Valley of India,it is connected by railways, roadways, and airways to the whole country.
Bangalore is not only famous for being the Silicon Valley but also holds a Guinness world record of having the world’s longest railway platform and the fastest growing cosmopolitan city in the world.
Places one must visit when in Bangalore
Ulsoor Lake- Another name for Halasuru, itis located in central Bangalore. It is a common folklore thatKempe Gowda was blessed with a hidden treasure when god Somesvara appeared in his dream. Gowda then built a pagoda in Dravidian architectural style, dedicated to god Somesvara.
Govt. Museum- It is a government museum located on Kasturba Gandhi Road.
Cubbon Park- This place is known as “Lung Area” of the city.
Bangalore Palace-It is a living replica of Windsor Castle.
Many other famous places to attract attention are-ISKCON Temple complex, Bull Temple, SomeshwarTemple,St. Mary’s Church, Tipu Sultan Palace, etc.
What to eat : Both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes, sea food
What to see:Ulsoor Lake, Bangalore Palace, Cubbon Park. ISKCON Temple, Govt. Museum and many more
What to take away : New and old artifacts related to the history and development of the city, novel electronic gadgets at affordable showroom rates
When to visit : Winters but all trips all-round the year can be made too
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