Bangalore<br />www.tourmarkindus.com<br />
Bangalore<br /> BANGALORE:Capital City of Karnataka ; Bangalore often referred to as the Garden City for its numerous park...
Founded by KempaGowda in 1537 and a British garrison town for about 50 years from 1831, the dramatic growth of the city in...
Although often noisy and crowded with frequent traffic jams, Bangalore’s affluence and cosmopolitan nature has bred a pub ...
surprisingly different from the more laid back cities of the South. Excellent shops and cinemas, a variety of places to st...
          www.tourmarkindus.com<br />TourmarkIndusPlot No.87, Giri Nagar North Extention,Gandhi Nagar, Kadavanthra,Ernakul...
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  1. 1. Bangalore<br />www.tourmarkindus.com<br />
  2. 2. Bangalore<br /> BANGALORE:Capital City of Karnataka ; Bangalore often referred to as the Garden City for its numerous parks and avenues of jacaranda, gulmohar and cassia is the sixth largest and one of the cleanest cities in India. World – class technological excellence has earned it the sobriquet, India’s Silicon Valley and today it rivals Chennai as the most important metropolis in the South. Thanks to India’s booming computer software industry most of which are based in Bangalore.<br />
  3. 3. Founded by KempaGowda in 1537 and a British garrison town for about 50 years from 1831, the dramatic growth of the city in the last 3 decades has almost completely destroyed its architectural heritage. The colonial style bungalows with big gardens in the front have almost all given way to high rise commercial buildings and apartments. Only the High Court and the Bangalore Club have survived till date.<br />
  4. 4. Although often noisy and crowded with frequent traffic jams, Bangalore’s affluence and cosmopolitan nature has bred a pub culture similar to those in western countries but unique India. Flashy bars, well – lit discos, pubs serving draught beers and a number of exclusive nightclubs frequented by the well-heeled youngsters and office goers make Bangalore <br />
  5. 5. surprisingly different from the more laid back cities of the South. Excellent shops and cinemas, a variety of places to stay and dine, a convenient transport network, salubrious climate, all contribute to making a couple of days stopover at Bangalore well worth its while.<br />
  6. 6. www.tourmarkindus.com<br />TourmarkIndusPlot No.87, Giri Nagar North Extention,Gandhi Nagar, Kadavanthra,Ernakulam-682020.<br /> Email : mailbox@tourmarkindus.com<br /> Mob: +91 9895744511 / 9946072925Land Phone : +91-484-4010212, 213<br />

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