Lalbagh or Lalbagh Botanical Gardens, meaning The Red Garden in English, is a well-known botanical garden in southern Bengaluru, India. It has a famous glass house dating from which hosts two annual flower Lalbagh is a acres ( km2) garden and is located in south Bengaluru. It holds a number of. where hand-crafted designs meet advanced technology KALYANI TECH PARK GOLDMAN SACHS TO INVEST RS 1, CRORE IN BANGALORE. Wipro delivers IT Services, Business and Technology Consulting, IT Outsourcing and System Integration services & solutions.
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Peninsular Gneiss of the region is dated to million years that accreted in three major episodes, i. The quarries of Lalbagh are of great importance for researches on earth sciences towards evolution of the terrain. The Geological Survey of India has listed this site, one of the 26 such sites in the country, as "Geological Monuments of India" and has displayed a commemorative plaque in front of the rock tower which states: This monument is over a typical exposure of peninsular gneiss, a geological term for complex mixture of granitic rocks extensively developed in peninsular India.
The term was coined by Dr.
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Smeeth of Mysore Geological Department in The peninsular gneiss is among the oldest rocks of the earth dating back to 10 years old. The antiquity of these rocks has attracted geologists all over the world and has given rise to erudite scientific papers on the evolution of the earth by the pioneers of the Mysore Geological Department, Geological Survey of India and scholars from the academy. Stone quarry of this gneiss still continues to be an endless source material for research in the various branches of earth science.
The park[ edit ] A view of the Bugle Rock garden Amidst the natural rock formations, a small park with waterfalls and fountains has been developed as one of the green lungs of the garden city of Bangalore, which is frequented visited by children, families and the elderly. The park houses three temples.
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One can also hear calls of a number of bats perched on the trees. An amphitheatre, which can accommodate people, has been developed in the precincts of the park.
According to an inscription in the Bull Temple, a spring beneath the Nandi is the source of the Vrishabhavathi Riverwhich flows to the west of Bangalore. Kempe Gowda founder of Bengaluru city and Bharat Ratna Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvarayya are seen behind on the Murals of the old tank wall The outer wall of an old water tank in the confines of the Bugle Rock park has murals of famous people of Bangalore and Karnataka: Kempe Gowda I —the ruler of Bangalore and Bharat Ratna Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvarayya —the engineer statesman and the builder of modern Karnataka, behind the statue of D V Gundappa— popularly known as DVG, the Kannada litterateur, philosopher erected in —03 to honour him.
The garden also has trees that are over years old. The park has some rare species of plants brought from PersiaAfghanistan and France. With an intricate watering system for irrigation, this garden is aesthetically designed, with lawns, flowerbeds, lotus pools and fountains. Most of the centuries-old trees are labelled for easy identification.
The Lalbagh Rockone of the oldest rock formations on earth, dating back to 3, million years, is another attraction that attracts the crowds.
The western gate is situated near Siddapura Circle and one can enter this gate and enjoy the sylvan atmosphere of the garden. Outside, touching the compound gate, is Krumbigal Road.
The other side of the road touches the compound wall of R. The other side of the road goes to 'Krishna Rao road', where you can see The Indian Institute of World Culturea beautiful library and a fine auditorium, which hosts a programme every week.
Farther south, Model House street and the Yediyur Terminus are the main points.
The eastern gate has a wide road with Jayanagar close by. The southern gate is often referred to as the main gate and is near Lalbagh Road. The northern gate is a fairly wide and big road leading to the Glass House and serves as the primary exit.
Janapada Jaatre, which translates to Folk Fair, features folk dance, music and plays performed by troupes from all parts of Karnataka.