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... heavy industries, software companies, aerospace, telecommunications and defense industry are in the city. Bangalore is known as the "Silicon Valley of India" because of its position as a national leader in technology jobs information. It is an economic center and second Indian metropolis with faster growth in 2008.
Bangalore is known as the Garden City of India; vegetation and the presence of many public ...
... Mysore Palace, which was huge and beautiful. We had a lovely lunch and then went to Mysore Zoo, which was really quite good (after paying 300 rupees for the bird sanctuary and barely seeing any birds I was a bit skeptical about the 60 rupee entry fee which wasn't bumped up for "foreigners"). We spent ages at the zoo and then decided to head back to Bangalore. It's just hit 7pm and we are hopefully not far from Baptist Hospital now for our final week of ...
... current maharaja passed away quite suddenly two weeks ago leaving no male heir. Apparently this means that the title will pass to his cousin. It's unclear what will happen to the palace. The palace has some wonderful glass chandeliers and plasterwork. It's also has some fine furniture. One thing which is not so palatable is the collection of elephants feet (made into stools) and a trunk (serving as a vase). We also witnessed dead elephants at ...
... number of people. We soon got into the water for bathing. [Bathing in Sangam]After getting into the water, we marked that the water was dirty and there were various types of insects in the water. I was scared for a moment and was about to get out of water. But next moment I saw others bathing very happily and became fearless. Enjoyed water for a long time. [River ...
... making a wager on whether I would make it. After another round of Frogger, the third driver was the charm. 30 Rupees took me on my first wild and wacky auto rickshaw ride, which by the way beats most amusement rides in the states. The most concise way that I can sum up driving in India: ORGANIZED CHAOS :) And again, I was luvin' every second of it. I hop off the auto, stumble to my guesthouse, where I find out that they have no record of my ...