What Bengalore Offers
Bangalore is also known as the techno capital of India. It’s the capital city of Karnataka, located on the Deccan Plateau in Southern India. Bangalore, formally known as Bengaluru, is the country’s 4th highest GDP contributor. Many people also come to Bangalore to start a business due its high return. Bangalore is, in fact, one of the quickest growing cities in India.
Silicon Valley of India
As the ruling Information Technology exporter of India, Bangalore was declared the “Silicon Valley of India” in 2010. Over 200 software companies and 50 engineering colleges are located in the city. The leading technological administrations in India are also located in Bangalore, making it the second quickest growing major cities of the country.
Bangalore is home to plenty of research and educational institutions such as the National Institute of Fashion Technology, National Institute of Design and National Law School of India University. Many state-owned defense and aerospace organizations like the Bharat Electronics are also located in the city. Bangalore is a real estate giant that offers lucrative opportunities for those who want to invest in the real estate sector. It is known for its proficient physical infrastructural, social and educational facilities.
The climate in Bangalore is pleasant throughout the year. The temperature during the summer rarely increases. Winter temperatures, on the other hand, rarely drop. Rainfall is also seen in the evening. Bangalore offers a splendid atmosphere that travelers can enjoy.
Thing to See in Bangalore
Bangalore is visited by thousands of travelers every year. It is home to several parks, museums, galleries and wonders of nature.
Lalbagh is blessed with various types of flora and fauna. Located in the center of the city, Lalbagh also boasts million-year old rock formations and trees that are already over 100 years old. You should also visit the Jayaprakash Narayan Biodiversity Park, which is known for the four lakes located within it. Another park that you should include in your must-visit is the Cubbon Park, which is popular for the various species of plants that can be found there.
If you love old coins, inscriptions, jewelry and sculpture, don’t forget to visit the Government Museum. You’ll also find the earliest Kannada inscription here. Madras Sappers Museum and Archives displays the Madras Engineer Group or Sappers, a very old regiment of the Indian army forces. Karnataka Folk Museum, located in Kumara Park West, showcases a large collection of video tapes, instruments, weapons, utensils and masks. The National Gallery of Modern Art showcases the paintings of various Indian painters such as Jamini Roy and Raja Ravi Verma.
For those who love nature, you won’t be disappointed with Bangalore. Your visit to the city won’t be complete without stopping by at Nandi Hills, which houses an ancient temple of Nandi. Another spot that’s worth visiting is the Thottikallu Falls. There are also plenty of beautiful lakes in the city such as the Yediyur Lake, Ulsoor Lake and DRDO Lake.
I stayed at the Taj West End.