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INCREDIBLE FACTS ABOUT BANGALORE

The city of the Techies, this rocking city is known as the “Silicon Valley of India”, Bangalore lights up each day. Filled with the never ending traffic and the IT Employees, there are much more to be known about this golden city. Here are a few facts about this rocking city.

 

  • SILICON VALLEY OF INDIA
    Bangalore was given the title of the Silicon Valley of India due to its fast growth in the IT Sectors and the start-ups. 
  • THE HEADQUARTERS
    The Headquarters of various large companies such as the ISRO, Infosys, and Wipro etc are situated in this city.
  • THE CITY OF GARDENS
    Known for the gardens and the beauty within the city as it has the famous various gardens and parks such as the famous Lalbagh, Cubbon Park, and Bannerghatta National Park etc.
  • THE PUB PARTIES
    With over 800 bars and pubs, Bangalore is known as the Pub Capital of India. People party more!!!
  • OLDEST RADIO CLUB
    Bangalore Amateur Radio Club is India’s oldest Radio Club since its establishment in 1959.
  • FIRST CITY IN INDIA TO GET ELECTRICITY
    Bangalore became one among those cities in India to gain the street electricity to be lighted up. 
  • THE TRAFFIC
    Being a Megacity, Bangalore is not just filled with the IT Sectors and People, but also with a heavy amount of Traffic density.
  • THE CITY OF LAKES
    There is large numbers of lakes that exist in the city.
  • OLDEST ROCK FORMATION
    Lalbagh consist of the oldest rock formation which is 3000 million years old that is a geological.
  • THE INTERNET ACCESS
    With the large number of the IT Sector and the technologies in the city, Bangalore has the most significant number of broadband internet connection in India. 
  • MOST NUMBER OF NOBEL PRIZE NOMINEES
    Bangalore is has produced compared to any other city, the most number of Nobel Prize Nominees, CV Raman being the one who won the Nobel Prize for Physics.
  • MOST NUMBER OD ENGINEERING COLLEGES
    Bangalore has the most number of engineering colleges compared to any other city, with over a million IT engineering employees working in Bangalore itself. 
  • MALGUDI DAYS
    The famous beloved stories from the fictional town of Malgudi was given the name of Malgudi from the two old localities of the city, MALleshwaram and basavanaGUDI by RK Narayan.
  • FREEDOM PARK – ONCE A JAIL
    The ironic fact about the Famous Freedom Park is that it once used to be the location of a central jail built by the British to imprison the freedom fighters. No wonder it is called Freedom Park!!!
  • THE VICTORIA HOSPITAL
    In the honour of Queen Victoria, the Maharani Regent of Mysore laid the foundation of the Victoria Hospital to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the reign of Queen Victoria.
  • THE BUGLE ROCK
    The Bugle rock is a unique and massive formation of rock in the area of Basavanagudi. 
  • THE MUGHA INVASION
    After the fall of the Vijayanagara Empire, the city was invaded by the Mughals, which they later sold to the Mysore Kingdom and remained to the Royal Mysore Family until the capture in the year 1799 by the British.
  • KEMPEGOWDA – LAKE
    The Kempegowda Bu Terminal, also known as Majestic Bus Stand, has a long history. It was the first manmade lake during the reign of Kempegowda, which dried up later.
  • THE KANNADIGAS
    The population of the native people of Karnataka is less than 41% of the whole population present.
  • ETIMOLOGY
    It is known that the city of Bangalore was known before as Bengalval – Uru, which means “the city of guard”
  • CHURCHILL OWES Rs 13.
    This might seem funny, but according to the records, the former UK Prime Minister owes an amount of Rs.13 as an unpaid bill to a Bangalore Club which was started in the year 1868 by the British.
  • THE NUMBER OF TWO WHEELERS
    The city has the largest number of two wheelers in the world. No wonder the traffic never ends!!!
  • BANGALORED
    Well, that’s not a past tense word. It is the word frequently used by the Americans to refer to the workers who moved to Bangalore through IT outsourcings for being laid off. 
  • THE DIVERSITY
    This metropolitan city of Bangalore is known to be the only city that has the most number of Temples, Mosques, Churches, Gurudwaras and more creating diversity in the culture in unity of the people.
  • The city has higher altitude than the city of Dehradun.

 

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