We get emotionally attached to the city we live in, be it a small village or a big city. It always remains close to our hearts. And then there is this city which embraces one and all; the expats, migrants, people from other cities and of course those who belong here.
Here are the 17 reasons that makes this Metropolitan city awesome.
If we are going to talk about this garden city then it is impossible to skip Cubbon park from the list. Cubbon park is spread across 100 acres filled with variety of species from the plant kingdom.
How can you miss the flower show at Lalbagh when it houses India’s largest collection of tropical plants.
Then there is Bannerghatta National Park, spread across 25,000 acre and one of the biggest tourist attraction.
2. Bus service.
The bus service here in Bangalore is incredible. BMTC buses carry around 43 lakh people everyday. And then there is Volvo buses and vayuvajra, and you are never going to miss flight again.
(To know more about bus schedules, visit their website: mybmtc.com)
3.Best dosas in the world.
There is nothing I can tell you about this, its something you have to experience it on your own. Some of the notable places are MTR, CTR, Vidyarthi Bhavan.
4. Filter kaapi.
A lot can happen over a filter kaapi. With atleast one CCD everycorner, Bangalore is the birthplace of Coffee Days without doubt. But still it can’t substitute the aroma and after taste of a filter kaapi that drives everyone crazy.
Karnataka is rich for it’s dance and music. Nrityagram Dance Village is a must visit place if you are looking for a never seen experience. The residential school offers training in Indian classical dance forms – including Odissi, Mohiniattam, Kathak, Bharatnatyam, Kuchipudi, Kathakali and Manipuri.
6. Keeping Theatres alive.
Ranga Shankara has been the stage for over 2,700 performances so far. It promotes theater in all languages. There are other places like Jagruti Theatre, Chowdiah Memorial Hall, Ravindra Kala Kshetra, etc. for catching a live performance.
7. Healhy foods.
8. Walls that are richly painted.
The first thing you notice when you are on the streets of Bangalore is that the walls are beautifully painted. These paintings are a small insight on the rich heritage and culture.