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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

5 Things that make Bangalore Awesome

Bangalore Cartoon

The milieu is the pulse of every city and Bangalore is no different. It is where over sixty percent of migrants blend with the locals to turn it into one of the best metropolises in India. Bangalore carries a beautiful soul in it, and there is no doubt about it.

Bangalore or Bengaluru, the Silicon Valley of India is famous for more than just being an IT hub. From the amalgamation of different cultures to the weather and the safety of women, it brings the best out of everything. They say, “you have to live and breathe in a city to know it,” and every bit it stands true for Bangalore. If you have never been to Bangalore, we suggest that you certainly do. Bangalore has a distinct culture that every urbanite will love. From food, nightlife, sightseeing, and hotels in Bangalore, there is everything for everybody.

Bangalore landscape
Here are top 5 things that make Bangalore or Bengaluru awesome.


Bangalore is nestled on the Deccan plateau at an elevation of 3,000 ft. above sea level which is even higher than Dehradun! The city has a consistent climate throughout the year. Temperatures are moderate and generally on the cooler side. No other metro city has pleasant weather like Bangalore, and it feels almost utopian.
      Bangalore's excellent weather


The unofficial Pub Capital of India, Bangalore has the highest number of pubs in Asia. There is a pub or a microbrewery at every corner of this city. An insane music culture, Bangalore also hosts the highest number of concerts in India. The city features both international, and Indian musical acts. Bangalore has a never-ending list of entertainment options and is truly cosmopolitan in every sense.

Bangalore Vidhan Soudha at night


Another title for Bangalore? The Garden City of India. Bangalore has a well-adjusted congruence between man and nature. Breath-taking parks dotted along the entire city makes up for a large green cover. There are nationally recognized gardens such as the Lal Bagh and Cubbon Park which offer incredible views. It is common to see people hanging out and appreciating nature in its most simplistic ways. The people of Bangalore also invest their time in maintaining Organic Terrace Gardens in their localities and add to the green quotient of the city. Also, Bangalore has more than 200 lakes and tanks, a number greater than anywhere else in India. Incredible Bangalore, right?

Lalbagh Botanical garden, Bangalore


Bangalore has a comparatively lower crime rate among other metropolitans and is consistently rated as a safe city for women. Whether it is walking alone in narrow lanes or traveling in a bus at night, there are hardly any instances of eve-teasing. Besides that more women are taking unconventional jobs and are even driving buses and taxis to make a living. Such incredible feats by women are among the reasons how Bangalore is accepting the change. Women are actively participating in empowering themselves, and it is changing the face of our society for good.

Women safety and empowerment in Bangalore


Bangalore has more than 212 registered software companies and is known as the Silicon Valley of India. Being an IT hub, Bangalore has contributed to the economy in many ways. The startup culture originated from Bangalore and is thriving exceptionally. The contribution of this city in the business world is magnificent. If you are a professional in the software industry, you must have visited Bangalore at least once.

IT Corridor of Bangalore
Young’uns, adults, and seniors, all come together to add value to Bangalore. A city where people come from around the country for professional dreams. Professionals who reside in Bangalore are aware of everything that drives this city. However, for a first-timer traveling to Bangalore for a business meeting, it can get a little tricky. From hotels to cabs and food to recreation, the options are endless. There is absolutely no shortage of hotels in Bangalore.

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