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  • Famous landmarks of Bangalore

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  • Vidhana Soudha
    Vidhana Soudha
    Exquisite architecture
    I began my exploration of landmarks from Vidhana Soudha. An impressive building housing the state legislature of Karnataka. I loved the blend of architectural styles and was built in 1956 by Hanumanthaiah.
  • High Court of Karnataka
    High Court of Karnataka
    Also called Attara Kacheri
    Facing the Vidhana Soudha is the Karnataka High court. A striking red brick building constructed in 1868. It mimics the classical European architecture. I was awestruck by the splendor around such an age old landmark
  • Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace
    Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace
    A huge intricately designed palace
    My next stop was Tipu Sultan's summer palace. A visual treat for lovers of grand architecture, meticulous motifs and more. You can notice the Indo-Islamic architecture reflected in every corner.
  • Bangalore Palace
    Bangalore Palace
    Its still in excellent condition
    Palaces always draw special attraction. And every palace is unique like this one. With elaborate towers, embellished doors, floral motifs and creepers growing we get a feeling of belonging to the era of Kingdoms and Royalty. I loved this place a lot.
  • State Central Library
    State Central Library
    Vast collection of books
    An age old building built to commemorate the Diwan of Mysore now houses the State Central library with a vast collection of books. A book lover like me spent quite some time discovering books of all sorts.
  • Devanahalli Fort
    Devanahalli Fort
    Semi circular bastions
    A mighty fort with a tumultuous history. There are temples within its premises. And they say it had been breached many times in history.
  • Devanahalli Fort
    Devanahalli Fort
    The aura of this rundown landmark
    Another interesting fact is this that this fort is the birthplace of Tipu Sultan.
  • Gavi Gangadareshwara Temple
    Gavi Gangadareshwara Temple
    Built in a natural cave
    Can you believe it is a rock cut structure? It houses a monolithic-cut idol of Lord Shiva. Apparently people flock this temple during sankranthi to catch a glimpse of sunlight illuminating the Shiva linga inside. A marvelous and mystifying landmark indeed



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