In Bangalore, too, you can easily buy Karnataka’s distinctive merchandise, such as silk, carvings, rosewood carvings, lambani gems.

Lalbagh Botanical Garden

The garden is located 4km south of the city center, was planted in the eighteenth century by Hyder Ali and his son. In the Indian language “Lalbagh” means “red garden” with a prominent feature of a giant red rose. Right from the beginning of the garden, there were many trees, and so far, the garden has become one of India’s largest tropical gardens. In the Lalbagh botanical gardens there is a glasshouse built according to the prototype Crystal Palace in London. All have led the garden to become one of the green destinations that attracted many Indian pilgrims.

Tipu Sultan’s Fortress and Summer Palace complex

Just a few minutes’ walk south of the city’s market, you can find Tipu Sultan’s Fort and Summer Palace on Krishna Rajendra Road. The stone fortress was built by the Tipu Sultan, but was destroyed much by wars with the British, now the fort has not been built or restored. Tipu’s summer palace is made of wood with very famous teak poles, but unfortunately most of the ornate paintings have disappeared.

Cow Temple

The Bull Temple is located south of the city, on Bugle Hill. The temple was built of monolithic granite from the sixteenth century. This is where the prayers, parades, musical performances of the worship of the bulls often take place.

Iskcon Temple

Iskon Temple is located 8km northwest of the city, this is a modern temple with outstanding decoration. Iskcon Temple is open to the public, inside the temple also has a multimedia cinema, always showing films about the activities of Hare Krishna.


One highlight of the Indian pilgrimage tours is that visitors can easily shop. In Bangalore, too, you can easily buy Karnataka goods, such as silk, carvings, rosewood carvings, Lambani gems, etc. in the area. Shopping mall or shops selling handicrafts on and around MG Road. Most sent

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