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The Neo-Dravidian-style Vidhana Soudha is the seat of the state legislature while the red Attara Kacheri houses the High Court. In 2005, an annex called the Vikas Soudha was inaugurated, designed as an exact replica of the Vidhana Soudha. Though...more
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A spectacular piece of Dravdian Style of architecture. I was told that It is the largest Legislative building in India. The India's National Emblem on top of the dome adds to its beauty. The granite made building is a beautiful place to visit.
This is the best specimen of architectural grandeur that you can get to see in the city.Though you cannot enter its premises as a visitor without passes, yet, full view of the structure can be seen right from the street running in front of it.The...More
Though I stayed a long time in Bangalore during early 90s, this was our visit with family to actually see the monument. Great views and Photographic location, but a visit inside would have been better, which was not available
Cubbon Park, High Court, Metro..all close...More
Amazing architecture. Our driver stopped nearby for us to take pictures. It was short visit and the place was heavily guarded at the time of our visit. Its a must visit monument from outside, if you are in Bangalore. The main monument does not have...More
It is Just Selfie Location not more than That because Nobody authorised to go inside means you can just be outside take selfies and Photos but still lots of visitors were there.
The Building itself is a Visiting location because of its Architecture. Just 10-15...More
Wonderful histortic place! The breathtaking architecture in granite is blend of Neo-Dravidian, Indo-Saracenic and Dravidian artwork. The building comprises carved pillars, bases, pediments, cornices and arches.
In the heart of the city’s business hub is Bangalore’s most favourite garden. Cubbon Park is a beautifully maintained 120-hectare garden where all the local residents of the city take a break. A landmark ‘lung’ area of Bengaluru, the gardens are dotted with a lot of colonial heritage and charm, which are today a part of the state capital’s political centre. Home to the
red-painted Gothic style State Central Library, the magnificent Vidhan Souda built in Mysore Neo-Dravidian architectural style, the neoclassical Attara Kacheri built in 1864 and housing the High Court, oldest museums and GPO in its vicinity, a trip to Cubbon Park is a great heritage walk. Sundays at the park are quite a treat with a plethora of activities to choose from - concerts, fun runs, yoga, tiny farmers market, the list is endless.