Once known as the garden city of India is now called as the silicon valley of India, Bangalore has come a long way on the route of development. Today it is the fourth largest metropolitan city of India. Situated in the south eastern part of India the city has an approximate 8.5 million inhabitants. Located in the Deccan plateau the metropolis serves as the capital of the Karnataka state, too.

The region has seen many rulers with the changing time and as a result it has some of the most beautiful historical monuments of the India. Other then these, the sprawling garden/parks and vibrant night life of the city is an attraction. Due to Its geographical situation, Bangalore enjoys pleasant climate throughout the year. A fine and well planned infrastructure is an addition to the beauty of the city. Bangalore also boast an international airport which makes it another gateway to India from the south. Due to all these the city has been constantly ranked up in the “world top cities to visit by various travel magazine and websites”.


Airports: One airport with different terminals for domestic and international flights.

Railway Station: 2 major railway stations that connects this city from rest of the India.

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741 Sq Kms 8.5 Million Kannad


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