A Perfect Day Trip to Bangalore Palace
Bangalore Palace is situated in the central part of the Garden City, the area called Vasanth Nagar. The palace was actually owned by Rev. J. Garrett. Later, the British officials bought the palace from Garrett in 1873 to train minor Maharaja Chamarajendra Wadiyar -X
5 Places to Visit in Bengaluru
Attracting millions of business travellers every year, this garden city has already made its place as a tourist destination of India. Interestingly, there always something to see or do in Bengaluru. So, Let’s explore 5 interesting places to see in Bengaluru.
A Train Journey To North Bengal From Bengaluru
Its been a longtime I did not travel by train. But, some little things made my mind to choose Indian railway again. It was bit different from my other trips as I was coming home and I was so excited for the same. As we…
Don’t Miss The Granite Fort in Bengaluru
If you are in Bengaluru, then do not miss the granite fort. Yes, I am talking about Bangalore Fort. Bangalore Fort is holding the historic pride of Bengaluru. This was actually a mud fort, built by Kempe Gowda, the founder of Bengaluru in 1537. Later…
History in Hi-Tech City
You have already seen one or two photos of mine on Instagram and Facebook and may be wondering that where is that place? Well, today, I am gonna take you through a historic place in Bengaluru. Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace is a historic Indo –…
Enjoy a bright sunrise at Nandi Hills
A bright Sunrise and smoky hills can give you a nice kick off for an energetic week. You might be thinking that what am I talking about? It is nothing but a place call Nandi Hills, just 61km away from the Bengaluru City.
Gokarna, the beauty of Arabian Sea
Sea beach destination in Karnataka, India. Gokarna, a small town surrounded by Arabian Sea and Western Ghats. Gokarna is known as small temple town in Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka. The meaning of the name Gokarna is cow’s ear as the place is a ear shaped confluence of two rivers, Gangavali and Aghanashini.