Night view is very beautiful.very huge building.I visit once in day and once on night. Good location for panoramic photo.
Nowadays Metro work is in progress in front of Vidhan Soudha. It is informed that one can go inside with proper pass. I missed the opportunity as I happened to go on a sunday. From the view it is just like a Mysore Royal construction. Once Metro work completes I am sure it would be treat to watch the place.
Vidhyanath Soudha is the legislative assembly of the state. It was conceived and built on the lines of magnificent structures on Europe. Painted white and off white it is imposing and majestic. For those if you lucky enough to get inside the main hall, it is a very handsome hall. Vikasa Soudha next to it is an imitation wannabe. The... More
One of the best monuments which I visited, in boyhood days and later, is Vidhanasoudha and the slogan''Goverment work is god's work'' on it's facade always pop up in mind mind whenever I interact with the Government machinery.
It is an imposing building, constructed in a style sometimes described as Mysore Neo-Dravidian, and incorporates elements of Indo-Saracenic and Dravidian styles. Awesome construction. Its in heart of city. Around it we have high court, Cubbon Park and Central Library.
The representative landmark of Bengaluru, the Vidhana Soudha is the seat of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly. it is also famous as the largest Legislative cum office building in India, with the complex sprawling over 60 acres of prime land, in the heart of the capital. This marvelous granite edifice was conceived by the visionary Shri Kengal Hanumanthaiah, the dynamic Chief... More
th building housed the governing parties offices and is a onld antique building but it is well maintained and is a tourist attraction dont miss passing by this place when u visit bangalore and try and visit at evenings s the entire building is lit up in the evenings to add to the beauty
It is one of the best architectural building in India. It was constructed in 1956. The building concept was designed by Kengal Hanumanthaiah. In my earlier trip in 1996, this building was open for all public. But after the attack on Indian parliament in 2001. it was closed for general public.
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