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Bengaluru or Bangalore is the capital of Karnataka, a Southern state of India. The city is located at a height of 3113 ft. above sea level. The city is blessed with tropical savanna climate having distinct dry and wet seasons. Legend goes that the city got its name from ‘Bendha Kaalu’ which in local Kannada language means boiled beans. Once King Veera Ballala of Vijayanagara lost his way in the forest. Tired and hungry he found a hut where he met an old woman. He asked for food and she gave him boiled beans. To commemorate this incident he gave the place the name “Bendha Kaalu Ooru” (place of boiled beans). According to state historians the transliteration of the original spelling is Bengaluru, hence the city was renamed as ‘Bengaluru’.
Bengaluru is one of the Asia’s fastest growing cosmopolitan cities. The city is home to some of the most high tech industries in India like Infosys, Wipro, etc. and called ‘The Silicon Valley of India’. Some of India’s premier scientific establishments are also based out of Bengaluru. Apart from offering immense business and job opportunities, city has a lot more to offer like spas, beautiful gardens and lakes, shopping malls, best restaurants and sight-seeing. Bengaluru has a rocking nightlife with a number of discos, lounges and pubs. The city quenches the thirst of music lovers with good music including Indian classical, internationally renowned DJs, Rock concerts, Punjabi music, Jazz festivals and Western classical.
Bengaluru is a city well connected by Air, Road and Rail from all parts of the country. The city has its own international airport at Devanahalli. Many Indian and International companies operate direct flight to almost all parts of the world. It has frequent flights to and from all major cities of India like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkatta, etc. Bengaluru has two major railway stations viz Bangalore City and Bangalore Cantonment. The City station is the main station where trains from all parts of the country arrive and depart. It has a well-maintained bus-stand which is just opposite the railway station in Majestic Area. One can get buses with regular intervals for almost all the places within Karnataka and for the neighbouring states. Apart from the state run agencies, there are certain private companies also, who provide various options like air-conditioned buses, city tours.
Apart from various temples, parks and lakes, the city has some of the most amazing places to visit. It has a few wonderful spa destinations for relaxation and rejuvenation. Dargah Hazarath Tawakkal Mastan, a Muslim shrine is located in Cottonpet. This is the tomb of Sufi Saint, Tawakkal Mastan, which attracts both Muslim and non-Muslim pilgrims. Jumma Masjid is probably the oldest mosque in Bengaluru. It has a nice structure with tall ornamented granite pillars and elevated prayer hall. St. Mary’s Church was established by a French missionary Abbe Dubois. It is the only church in Karnataka state which has been elevated to the status of minor Basilica. During the Virgin Mary’s festival, which is celebrated every year in the month of September, people of all faiths take part in the procession.
Indian Institute of Science (IISc) is one of the country’s best research institutes. It was conceived by Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata in the 19th century. Initially it had two departments namely General and Applied Chemistry and Electro-Technology. Later on, several new areas of research were established, many of them for the first time in India. The institute has served to nucleate research and development in both the public and private sectors. Working and living at the Institute is considered a special privilege.
Ravindra Kalakshetra, Gandhi Bhavan, Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, Ulsoor Lake, Vidhana Soudha, Innovative Film City, The Bangalore Race Course, Tipu Sultan Fort and Palace, Wonder La Amusement Park and Chikkajala Fort are also some of the most famous tourist places in Bengaluru.
The city of Bengaluru has something to offer for everyone. Visit to Relax, Rejuvenate, Enjoy, and Learn about the Garden City of India.