Bangalore is the capital of Karnataka, a major state in the southern part of India. It has a pleasant weather throughout the year. A couple of decades ago it found its place on the World Map because of the export of software and software professionals to the entire world. It is now the nerve centre of industrial activity in the state with the presence of several Public Sector Undertakings. The Electronic City and the Software Technology Park, called the IT Park, which has come up on the outskirts of the city, has earned the reputation of being the "Silicon" Valley of India.
Taj West End Hotel
Welcome to Heritage and History. Next to the Golf Club and across from the Turf Club track stands The Taj West End, a lush, 20-acre garden in the middle of Bangalore, a bustling city. Noted as a Leading Hotel of the World. For the leisure seeker, there is plenty to do. Sip drinks under a 125-years old Banyan tree. Laze in the sun. Linger over high tea and let us demonstrate that even though the old days certainly had plenty going for them, the present is even better.
Bangalore Palace was built in 1862 to look like a smaller replica of the Windsor Castle In England by the Britsh for the Maharaja of Mysore.
Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace
Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace Built in 1791, is a two-storied ornate wooden structure with exquisitely carved pillars, arches and balconies. It houses a museum that contains artifacts relating to the Hyder-Tipu regime.
Bull Temple was built by Kempe Gowda I. It is reminiscent of the 16th-century Dravidian-style architecture. It has a huge granite monolith of Nandi, the Bull.
Dodda Alada Mara
Dodda Alada Mara, a big banyan tree located in Ramohalli (28 km away). This tree covers 3 acres (12,000 m2) and is one of the largest of its kind. It is at least 400 years old