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Bangalore Fort was initially nothing but a mud fort in the year 1537 and was built by Kempe Gowda I., but later replaced with a stone fort by Haider Ali in 1761, later to be captured by the British East India Company in 1791. In the 21st Century, ...
Bangalore Palace is one of the main tourist attractions of India due to the historical background and beauty of the palace architecturally. It was established by Rev. J. Garrett., in the year 1944 even though it was under construction since 1862. ...
Bannerghatta National Park is a beautiful recreational area located near Bangalore. Although the park was founded in 1970, it was not declared to be a national park till 1974, and later in 2002, a section of it was turned into a biological reserve ...
Covering an area of 100 acres when it was first established in 1870, the Cubbon Park has since then been expanded and reached a total area coverage of 300 acres or more. Initially referred to as Meade’s Park in respect of Sir John Meade, the ...
Hebbal Lake is home to a lot of water birds but is mostly eutrophic since the sewage is mixed into the water and can lead to diseases and the death of many water animals and fishes. It is located at the start of the Highway 7 in Bangalore, and was ...
The ISKCON Temple in Bangalore, better known as Sri Radha Krishna Temple, is among the prime ISKCON temples in the world. Inaugurated by Shankar Dayal Sharma in 1997, the temple consists of deities of Krishna and Radha and it located at ...