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We are going to talk about Bangalore. It is known as the Garden City of the India; It has lots of vegetation and public parks, including the Lal Bagh and the Cubbonson Park.Its climate is moderate throughout the year. It is the fifth most populous city in the country, after Mumbai, Delhi, Calcutta and Madras.
History: After centuries of dominance of the Western gangas, Bangalore was taken by the cholas to 1024, passing in 1070 to the chalukya-cholas ...
... for their time and provided beds and food for their stay. We managed to arrange 9 children and their mothers to go home and bring back packed bags and then we all walked in a huge group back to the Urban Health Clinic. The children were looked over by the doctor there and then we travelled to BBH with half the group and waited with them while the bus went back for the other half. The kids were really cute and we had to think up inventive ways to keep them ...
... the refills just keep coming until you say no. The food is all delicious and only one little mound of food proves a little too spicy for me. We also get a creamy rice and nut desert as well as ice cream followed by fruit and parcels of beetle nut (this is an item that is, I can only assume, a very acquired taste). And now it's time to visit the poshest shopping mall in town. Smita warns us we won't be able to afford to shop there but it's good for ...
... were about 500 visitors. This time it was a regular day, the number of visitors were about 100.Because of less people, the bus to Mekedatu was waiting indefinitely to be filled up with passengers.Some more constructions near the entrance, other things were almost the same. The Sangameshwar TempleAfter having bath in Sangam, we visited Sangameshwar Temple, which ...
... make a valiant effort to venture out to discover my new neighborhood. Five minutes into the walk, I ran into a wall - figuratively speaking. I was so tired that all I could do was muster up the last remaining ounce of energy to head back to my room. The next day started off early. I headed out to explore the Majestic area of Bangalore. Bangalore is a living dichotomy. It's at once a thriving commercial hub filled with trendy boutique stores and ...