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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 ...
... around myself and I just feel comfortable everywhere I go. There are just not many stress factors left anymore.
When it came to meeting new people I was never shy, but I feel like I do it even more easily here. Maybe it is the expat scene, maybe it is just me being happy. But at all the parties I attend I meet tons of new people. The conversations are all spontaneous and interesting; parties are suddenly about socializing with ...
... We start off with the outside section which houses a variety of old engines all brightly painted. Inside a large shed we find the Mysore marharini's wooden carriage which dates back to 1899. It's all looking a bit dusty today but you can see the splendour of bygone eras. First the maharina's personal carriage with a proper bed (none of your fold down bunks that we have had to endure), and solid wood furniture comprising dressing table, chairs and even a ...
... people loose their lives every year in Sangam and similar places. Besides there are Crocodiles in some seasons. One has to be careful about those too.Other places nearbyWhile going to Sangam and Mekedatu, you can combine visiting other places such as Chunchi falls, TK falls, Pyramid Valley, Muthathi, Bheemeshwari etc. However, from my experience, combining ...
... its up to the guest to produce a record of booking. At this point I'm thinking to myself how many people have doctored an email claiming they had a reservation, and actually gotten away with it. Off course the one thing I didn't print out was the booking confirmation, so I had to go the nearest intenet cafe, which was about as hot as an oven, battled the stickiest keyboard in the world, and finally got my print out. After dropping off my bag in the room, ...