The Cubbon Park, officially known as Sri. Chamarajendra Park is a historic park, located in the heart of the city in the Central Administrative Area. The park provides sylvan surroundings to the State Legislature building- the Vidhana Soudha, the High Court Buildings – the Attara Kacheri and a number of other organizations located along the periphery and within the park which constitute the Central Administrative Area.
The Cubbon Park has a history of over 100 years. It was established in the year 1870 by Sri John Meade, the then acting Commissioner of Mysore.
This splendid architecture was first erected by Sri Madhu Pandit Das and inaugurated in the year 1997 by the then President of India, Shankar Dayal Sharma.
It houses a number of prayer halls, dedicated to Sri Sri Radha Krishnachandra, Sri Sri Krishna Balarama, Sri Sri Nitai Gauranga, Sri Srinivasa Govinda and Sri Prahlada Narasimha.
Apart from being a shrine to the Lord, ISKCON Bangalore is also a cultural hubbub of multiple dimensions. It has a lecture hall of its own, which holds daily lectures delivered by devotees on the Srimad Bhagavatam.
Muthyala Maduvu Falls
The place is known for its waterfall and the mountain ranges it overlooks. The water from the falls slides down the flora of the place creating an illusion of a string of pearls, hence the name Pearl Valley.
Near the waterfall, there is a temple (dedicated to Lord Shiva). A puja (prayer) is done once every morning.
The place has a rich concentration of birds owing to the presence of the waterfall. The mountain ranges are also visited by trekking enthusiasts.
Bannerghatta Biological Park
Bannerghatta Biological Park-The Bannerghatta Biological Park popularly known as BBP, has been an integral part of Bannerghatta National Park and emerged out as an independent establishment during the year 2002.It is in order to meet the growing demand for eco-recreation, eco-tourism and conservation, an area of 545.00ha of forest from National Park was set aside to constitute as Biological Park originally and later extended to 731.88ha
Bengaluru Palace is in the midst of the hustle and bustle so-called electronic city of Bengaluru, Karnataka. The palace is situated between Sadashivanagar and Jayamahal. Surrounded by beautiful gardens, the palace attracts tourists in large numbers. Also, this is preferred destination for important events and cultural programs. The wooden structure of the palace, with splendid carvings both inside and outside depicting different architectural styles, is reminiscent of the royal culture it represents.
Big Banyan Tree
The Big Banyan Tree is a famous tourist attraction in Bangalore. As the name indicates it is a huge banyan tree which is located at Ramohalli. The picnic spot lies at a distance of 28 kms from Bangalore and is also known as Dodda Aladha Mara. The tree is famous in and around the area and is spread across 3 acres. It is more than 400 years old and has a huge circumference of more than 250 meters.
Lalbagh Botanical Garden
Lalbagh Botanical Garden, or shortened Lalbagh, is an old botanical garden in Bengaluru, India. First planned and laid out during the dalavaiship of Hyder Ali and later adorned with unique plant species by his son Tippu, it was later managed under numerous British Superintendents before Indian Independence. It was responsible for the introduction and propagation of numerous ornamental plants as well as those of economic value.
Tipu Sultan Summer Palace
Tipu Sultans Summer Palace, in Bangalore, India, is an example of Indo-Islamic architecture and was the summer residence of the Mysorean ruler Tipu Sultan.
Hyder Ali commenced its construction within the walls of the Bangalore Fort, and it was completed during the reign of Tipu Sultan in 1791. After Tipu Sultans
death in the Fourth Anglo-Mysore War, the British Administration used the palace for its secretariat before moving to Attara Kacheri in 1868.
Today the Archaeological Survey of India maintains the palace, which is located at the center of Old Bangalore
Suvarna Vidhana Soudha
The Vidhana Soudha in Bangalore is the seat of the bicameral state legislature of Karnataka. It is constructed in a style sometimes described as Mysore Neo-Dravidian, and incorporates elements of Dravidian styles. The construction was completed in 1956