Local Festival and Attractions Activities


The best way to explore any destination is to participate in a local festival. Join the crowd and immerse yourself in the rich culture and flavours of the region.

 

1

Ganesh chaturthi


In the month of August/September, Ganesh Chaturthi, also known as Vinayka Chaturthi, is a Hindu festival celebrating the birth of Ganesa. After the ten-day festival, idols are carried in a long procession and immersed in nearby

2

Vijayadashami


Properly known as Dussera / Nbavratri, this is another major festival celebrated at the end of Navratri. The celebration includes a procession that carries clay idols of Lakshmi, Ganesha, Durga, Saraswati and Karthikeyan. The procession is accompanied by chatns and music after which these idols are immensed in water

3

Diwali


Celebrated every year around the world and eagerly awaited by the people, the festival of lights is one of the most popular festivals of Hinduism

4

Makara sankranti


This festival is also known as pongal celebrated in all the states of karnataka

5

Habba


The garden city has people significantly involved in celebrations, the event requires no tickets and hence is open to all artists from around the world come together and add soul to the celebration with their performance.

6

Bangalore palace


Built in 1887 by chamaraja Wodeyar, it is inspired by englands windsor castle.

7

National Gallery of Mordern Art


It's housed in a colonial mansion with a garden setting and has two inter connected wings the old wing feature work from early 18th century until india's independence while the new wing display large number of modern and contemporay artist, it you are art lover then don't miss this place.

8

Tipu Sultan palace and fort


Tipu sultan palace was originally built by chikkadevaraya later hyder ali started reconstructing it in indo- islamic architecture

9

Lal bagh


Botanical garden - it’s a route centre of botanical art work scientific study of plants. A heaven for all nature lovers, lal bagh covers an area 248 acres in a heart of a city and nearly 1854 species of plants  

10

Vidhan soudha


Built in 1954 vidhan soudha is a landmark of bangalore, This enormous building is a massive example of new- dravidian architecture with four domes on its four corners. It housed the legislative chamber of karnataka government as well as accomodate many government departments unfortunately it's not open to the public but is stimulatingly illuminated at night.

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