The Bangalore is the Capital City of Karnataka, is located in South-Eastern part of the State. A demographically diverse city, Bangalore has developed into one of India’s major Economic hubs and is the fastest growing Metropolis in India. Then Bangalore is also known as the Silicon Valley of India because of its pre-eminent position as the nation’s leading IT Employer and Exporter. The City is home to numerous public sector Heavy Industries, Software companies, IT Giants, Aerospace, Telecommunications, & Defense organizations.The Climate of the City remains pleasant and mild throughout the year. And a then well-planned city with tree-lined avenues, large number of lush green parks, gardens and lakes, Bangalore is aptly called as ‘’Garden City of India’. The city is also gaining the status of “The Floriculture Capital of India” due to the presenceof blossoming Flower Exports from the city.
The bangalore palace was constructed by Chamaraja Wodeyar in the year 1884 and he had his inspiration from England’s Windsor Castle. Located at city’s center, the Tudor style construction has Gothic windows, woodcarvings and turrets, which stand proof of the stunning architecture during the period. The Bengaluru (also called Bangalore) is the capital of India’s southern Karnataka state The 430-acre land that holds the palace has beautiful gardens. The palace is now used to conduct exhibitions and concerts.
2-Tipu Sultan Fort
It is Located in the most crowded market area, Tipu Sultan Fort represents the artistic talent that prevailed in the past. It was originally constructed by Kempegowda in the year 1537 using mud bricks. It was modified and extended by Haider Ali, who used granite stones in the process. The Tipu Sultan who completed it during 1791 and it served as his summer retreat. The two-storied structure has pillars, carved arches and balconies. It represents Islamic style and you could find a temple of Ganesha, a Hindu god. This throws light on the religious tolerance exhibited by the ruler.
3-Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens
This botanical garden is one of the most beautiful botanical gardens you could find in India. Constructed by Haider Ali, it was later modified by Tipu Sultan. The Glass House in the gardens was inspired by the London Crystal Palace. Spread across a sprawling 240 acres of land, the garden has above 1800 species of plants, herbs and trees. The lawn clock in the garden is the first of its kind in India.