Bangalore or Bengaluru is a South-Indian city popularly known for its beautiful weather, friendly residents, never-ending night-life and delicious food. However, it is also a city of hidden treasures with built heritage from the Ancient, Medieval and Modern periods. So I invited my friends to join me for a photo walk on this heritage path to explore the true colours of Bangalore.
TIPU’S SUMMER PALACE
After reveling in the medieval era, we made our way into the Modern period of Bangalore’s history. We started at Vidhana Soudha followed by Attara Kacheri.
Meghana Kuppa is from India. She is an interesting person, committed, with a good knowledge and passionate about subjects such as History, Economics and Political Science. Besides her studies, she loves her country, as much as she loves meeting new people, travelling and learning French.
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