Hotel Bangalore Gate
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... in Shivanasamudra.  After the independence of India in August 1947, Bengaluru remained within the new Mysore State of which the maharaja of Mysore was the Rajapramukh. Since the city was dedicated to heavy industry and jobs in the public sector and education, the Kannada people from the rest of the State had found opportunities migrating to the city. Bangalore experienced rapid growth from 1941 to 1951 and from 1971 to 1981, during ...
... to hear different opinions and experiences from various backgrounds.
One noteworthy comment from the past two days of meetings: there have been multiple times during our meetings where the power has gone off completely and none of our hosts have even flinched. The first time it caught me by surprise and I wasn’t sure what was wrong, but by the fourth time it felt expected and normal. I didn’t ask why, but I ...
... Indian railway worker rescued from a scrap yard, fitted it with railway wheels and thereafter it was used as an inspection vehicle by railway officials. Another circular building houses more railway artefacts including some lovely waiting room furniture, train badges (I am sure The Wickerman will inform us of the correct terminology for such things), a bench, postcards and other interesting artefacts. Back to the hotel to retrieve our baggage and have a quick ...
... temple. Both of them are build during recent years. The temple is actually small but the statue is extremely large. The 102 feet Gigantic statue of Lord hanuman is standing on a lotus pedestal.
The statue is on the road side and visible from quite a distance. Although the ...
... After checking out a few of the local sites, including a mosque in which I had a nice conversation with a kid from Madras who was keen on learning about my life in the US, I head over to Mavalli Tiffins Room for some authentic South Indian cuisine. If you're ever in Bangalore, definitely check this place out. I chatted up Suresh the accountant, the guy sitting next to me to find out what was good, and his recommendations were right on the money (see ...