The city of Bangalore houses of a number of Sightseeing attractions. Bangalore tours would take you to royal palaces, spacious gardens, sacred temples and churches, museums and historical monuments.
Here are few Sightseeing places in Bangalore:
Vidhana Soudha: This royal structure, housing the State Legislature and the Secretariat of Karnataka Government, has an impressive presence on the landscape of Bangalore. The Vidhana
Saudha in Bangalore is in Neo-Dravidian style of architecture. Vidhana Soudha came up courtesy the efforts of Sri Kengal Hanumanthaiah, the then Chief Minister of Mysore state between 1951 and 1957.
Cubbon Park: The Cubbon Park is named after Mark Cubbon, the then Viceroy of India in 1864. The Cubbon Park is located in the heart of the city and it spreads over 300 acres in Bangalore
city. Cubbon Park also houses some of the most stylish buildings of the city like the Attara Kacheri, museum and amusement park.
Attara Kacheri: The meaning of Attara Kacheri is "Eighteen Offices". This impressive structure of red brick and stone houses the High Court of Karnataka. The Attara Kacheri is built
in the Greco - Roman style of architecture.
ISKCON Temple: Constructed by the ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) society to honor the birth centenary of its founder Sri Prabhupada, the temple complex
is a combination of modern architecture and traditional temple architecture. ISKCON temple attracts thousands of devotees and tourists everyday.
Bull Temple: The Bull temple at Basavanagudi is one of the important landmarks of the Bangalore city, the Bull temple attracts tourists and devotees alike for the superb monolithic
Bull structure. The Kadalekayi Parishe or Groundnut fair, which is held in the month of November (Hindu month - Karthika) attracts large number of devotees.
Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple is an oldest temple and an fine example of Indian rock-cut architecture in Bangalore. The chief deity of this temple is Lord Gangadhareshwara (Lord Shiva).
It is a natural monolith rock formation with the cave temple carved out of it. The temple has four monolithic pillars and a rare idol of Agni, the God of fire.
Shiva Statue: The 65 feet tall statue of Lord Shiva is one of the main attractions of Bangalore. This temple is located in Murugeshpalya (HAL airport road).
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