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Bengaluru is not only one of the most important tourist destinations in Karnataka but also entire India. A city that is famous for being an I.T powerhouse is also equally popular for its beautiful tourist places.

Some of the most beautiful places including temples, palaces, museums, gardens and shopping malls of India are located in the very heart of Bengaluru city. Tourists and travelers can experience all these famous sightseeing through Bengaluru Darshan.

Given below is the list as well as brief description of all the tourist hotspots that one gets to see in Bengaluru Darshan.

Iskcon Temple in Bangalore

This is unarguably one of the most famous and also amongst most visited temples of Bengaluru. It is also one of the largest Iskcon temples in the entire world. 

People who don’t know what Iskcon temple is? Iskcon temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna and its main aim is to spread the message of Krishna consciousness all around the world.

Iskcon temple Bengaluru was inaugurated in 1997 by then President of India Shankar Dayal Sharma. The architectural design of this temple is absolutely marvelous and temple is very grand in size. 

Bull Temple in Bangalore

What makes this temple so special is the fact that it is the largest Nandi temple in the entire world. Nandi or Nandi bull was favorite vehicle of Lord Shiva as per Hindu mythology. 

Bull temple or the Dodda Ganeshana Gudi is one of the favorite temples among Hindu devotees of Bengaluru and is also most renowned tourist destinations of the city. 

Lal Bagh in Bangalore

Lal Bagh is unarguably one of the most beautiful botanical gardens in entire India. Today it is pride of Bengaluru and also one of the most popular tourist destinations. The lush greenery, collection of beautiful trees and flowers will absolutely soothe your mind and senses. 

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Cubbon Park in Bangalore

This is one of the most famous parks of Bengaluru and is located at the very heart of the city. Another very unique thing about Cubbon Park is that it is surrounded by many aesthetically beautiful buildings and also there are many beautiful statues in the vicinity. 

Vidhana Soudha in Bangalore

This beautiful government building is the seat of the state legislature of Karnataka. Vidhan Soudha has an imposing and beautiful architectural building is one of the most beautiful government buildings in entire India.

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Nehru Planetarium in Bangalore

Nehru planetarium is one of the five planetariums in India. Others are located in Pune, Mumbai, Delhi and Allahabad. Nehru Planetarium is very popular among locals as well as tourists. It is estimated that approximately 2 lakh people visit the Planetarium every year.

 The main attraction is dome shaped star theatre where computer animations & video clippings of stars, planets and other astronomical objects are showcased. 

Location: Vasanth Nagar
Entry fees: Rs.75/- per adult · Rs.50/- per Child (below the age of 16 years) · Rs.40/- per head for organized group of school students. Besides, planetarium is officially closed every Monday and second Tuesday of the month.   

M.G.Road in Bangalore

M.G Road or Mahatma Gandhi road is the commercial hub of Bengaluru. It is widely regarded as shopping capital or shopping district of Bengaluru city. Whether it is branded retail stores, high-end restaurants, street bazaars or food stalls – this place offers everything to make your day.

Visvesvaraya Museum

One of the biggest museums of Bengaluru, it is completely dedicated to science and technology. This museum is an integral part Bengaluru Darshan as it showcases many modern as well as rare antique science & technological related objects. 

There are total 7 exhibition halls in this museum. However, the main attraction is the exact replica of the 1903 flyer of Wright brothers (two brothers who were credited for inventing world’s first airplane). 

In fact this is the only museum, apart from Smithsonian Institutions in the US, to have this replica. This museum surely makes science a fun education.

Location: Kasturba Road. 
Entry fees: 50 Rs for adults and 25 Rs for students.                        

Other main attractions of Bengaluru Darshan
  • Gandhi Bhavan (museum dedicated to the life of Mahatma Gandhi) 
  • National Gallery of Modern Art (famous art gallery)
  • Bangalore Aquarium (second largest aquarium of India)
  • St. Mary's Basilica Church 
  • Bannerghatta National Park
  • Butterfly Park 
  • Masjid-e-Khadria Mosque
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