Lal Bagh, the Red Gardens, spans 240 acres and is home to over 1,000 species of flora. It has trees that are over a century old, as well as India’s largest collection of tropical and imported plants. The gardens boast wide lawns, beautifully composed flowerbeds, ponds and fountains, as well as a glass house and one of the oldest natural rock formations known to humankind.
Bengaluru Palace was inspired by Tudor architecture. Its fortified towers, battlements and turrets could...Explore
The Bull temple of Bengaluru is dedicated to Nandi Bull, the vahan (vehicle) of Lord Shiva. It was built...Explore
This beautiful 300 acre park, fondly known as the lungs of Bengaluru, is filled with lush green trees,...Explore
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada is known to be the founder of ISKCON (International Krishna Consciousness)....Explore
A lovely example of Indo-Islamic architecture that dates back to 1791, this palace was the summer residence...Explore
Vidhana Soudha is the seat of the state legislature of Karnataka. It is the largest legislative building...Explore