Capital City


Cool and pleasant weather, luxuriant gardens, exotic scenic beauty coupled with rapid modernization, marks the "Capital City" of Karnataka. Popularly known as the "air- conditioned" city, Bangalore can be rightly described as the "Heaven on earth".
One of the most progressive city of India, Bangalore is also fondly called as the "Garden City" of our country because of its exuberant gardens which are very appealing to the visitors.

The rapid industrialization of Bangalore has attracted the attention of the entrepreneurs as well as the foreign investors. The capital city of Karnataka has turned out to be a favorite destination for the IT industries which draws potential employees from all over India. This has imparted a cosmopolitan look to Bangalore which presents a perfect blend of the various shades of different cultures.

The city is well connected with the rest of India by air, railways and well maintained roads. The state highways and the district roads are bordered with tall green trees to make the journey by road a pleasurable and memorable one.

Also known as the "Silicon Valley" of India, Bangalore boasts of many places of tourist interest. The well planned city is adorned with several historical and architectural legacies of the by gone era. Some of the notable tourist spot of the city are:
  • Vidhana Souda- A splendid architectural monument of granite that houses the Legislative Assemblies of the state and adds to the grace of Bangalore
  • Palace of Tipu Sultan- One of the architectural marvels of the medieval times, the Palace is a noted tourist spot of Bangalore
  • Ulsoor Lake- The natural scenic beauty of the Ulsoor lake enthralls the visitors with its charming beauty
One of the most developed and beautiful city of India, Bangalore is a perfect blend of traditional and modern society.



Last Updated on 27 June 2013

     


     

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