Rajani Farms

4205, 2nd Floor, High Point 4, Palace Road, Bangalore, Karnataka, 562110, India | Lodge

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A High Touch Market

A travel blog entry by meganmulray


... They gave us detailed information about the company and the relationship between HRG and Dnata. We talked a lot in depth about the Indian market and what makes it unique. The Indian market is a high touch market, very price sensitive, hard to find skilled workers, and they have a very high attrition rate. We also learned more about payment and BSPs (building settlement plans). It was a very informative meeting.

In the afternoon we met ...

DAY 5: Wedding Reception

A travel blog entry by altunmaral


... lady told me to wait at least for 2 hours (ideally as much as possible) and wash it without using a soap. Once I washed my hands I wished I waited longer for the top of my hands, as it was not that apparent as the inside.

The actual wedding day is tomorrow, today there was a more formal South Indian Wedding Reception. We dressed up in ...

Bangalore - day 3

A travel blog entry by philcasson

... us it would be here in 45 mins. The bus turned up and is not to bad, we got a top bunk. As we travelled out of the city I watched I pass by. Such a mix of wealth versus poverty. We passed several buildings belonging to big name companies, yahoo, oracle etc. why can't they put money into cleaning this place up? We hadn't even left Bangalore and Jodie was asking the driver where the nearest toilet ...

Bangalore and the Maharaja’s Palace

A travel blog entry by zinzan3


... for our visit was the Maharaja’s Palace which has made the town, Karnataka State’s most popular tourist destination attracting 2.5 million visitors each year. The palace exterior is indeed impressive, but the interior could do with a little tender loving care and large parts are inaccessible to the public.

The next morning we caught the bus back to Bangalore which a few kilometres outside of Mysore, ...

Aloo Gobi Palak

A travel blog entry by jb.


... of samosas & veg pastries off the street) & have been drinking a cup of Chai (sweet milk tea) with at least every meal. At a local restaurant you get tea for rupees 5 (US$1 = 45 rupees) & curries for 35-50. Samosas off the street go for 5 ... can't beat it!

Speaking of food, a few favorites to date include Masala Dosa (a pancake filled with potatoes & onions that you dip into various sauces), Thali (rice & various ...


This lodge, located on 4205, 2nd Floor, High Point 4, Palace Road, Bangalore, is near Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Mahatma Ghandi (MG) Road, Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, and Athirampally Waterfalls.
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