Bangalore capital of Karnataka is popularly known as Garden city, Silicon city, IT hub, Pensioner’s Paradise, Electronic capital of India. “The town of boiled beans”, in Kannada, “Bendakaluru” is the word from where the name Bengaluru was derived.The essence of Bengaluru is getting destroyed due to the developments happening and people who migrated insearch of work blame Bangalore for its traffic, for less space, as a less safe place even after giving them so much love and not forcing them to speak them in Kannada. The reason for all this is they themselves. Development is of course required for the country but we should not destroy the original beauty of the place. A Chef might make some changes in the traditional dish to present it uniquely but never changes its essence. As a Bangalorean it’s over duty to protect its heritage and its dignity..
This is a travelogue of a beautiful place near Bangalore- Lepakshi. Lepakshi saw massive developments in architecture under the Vijayanagara Empire. Hundreds of years later,this place is one of the most visited spots of Bangaloreans looking to escape the monotony of the city for a day.Here, I have tried to present the stories behind the marvelous monuments found there..
Lord Krishna is by far the most notorious yet charming character from our mythology. His valor, romance and teachings are very popular. But what did he have to see at the end of his life? How did he bid adieu to the world?.
The name Garden city itself says that the city is filled with greenery. We can say Bangalore is a triple bottom line. It is a city designed with considering social, economic, and environmental for the people residing. Bangalore as we all know is an IT hub. In a developing country like India which has a high population, maintaining both environment and building skyscrapers is a nightmare, But Bangalore has done it. Lal-Bhag, Cubbon park, JP park are a few popular parks to name..
Diwali, one of the major religious festivals in Hinduism, Jainism, and Sikhism, lasting for five days from the 13th day of the dark half of the lunar month Ashvina masa to the second day of the light half of the lunar month Karthika masa. The name is derived from the Sanskrit term deepavali, meaning “row of lights.” The festival generally symbolizes the victory of light over darkness..
Victor Jara, a man “who died singing the true truths”..........