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The Bugle Rock park is named after a rock located in the centre of the park, from where it is said the guardsman could see for a distance and play a bugle to warn if any outsiders were seen. The rock is worth climbing for...More
This is attached to the Bull Temple in Basavangudi (which literally means bull temple).
It's a different type of park when compared to Cubbon Park or Lalbagh as it is mostly rocky, but with the shade of trees all around. It's also much smaller compared...More
Had been to this park many times before but I never get bored being here. It has a musical fountain, a kannada katte with all poets pictures, a variety of plants and birds. There are many temples inside the park.
Once this Bugle Rock park was the southern boundary of Bangalore under the ruler Kempe Gowda. Surprisingly this park is filled with these giant rocks which is uncommon in this part of the city. This place also has many historical stories from the time of...More
The park is located adjacent to Big Bull temple. A well maintained, calm and serene park, an ideal place to visit with family. Naturally available massive rocks and lush green trees is something that makes this park unique in its ambiance.
Close to Jayanagar and home to the Bull temple after which it was named, Basavanagudi is one of the oldest localities in the vibrant metropolitan of Bengaluru, with structures replete with character, architecture and rich history. Numerous old and
beautiful temples define the true essence of this green locality filled with chirpy markets like the colourful Gandhi Bazaar, many parks with ancient trees, a wide range of unique eateries and dotted with tiny lakes. Taking a stroll here is full of Malgudi Days throwback moments since this pretty lush green neighbourhood has still retained its old-world charm, which might remind you of scenes and stories from the popular collection of short stories by RK Narayan. From a stately old spacious home that once belonged to the Diwan of Mysore, a shop in a heritage family home, a 100-year old home that has turned into a reservoir of modern art, there is a lot of cultural confluence at every step.