Bengaluru :: Bangalore Palace - Desk Plaque
Bring the spirit of Bengaluru City into your home with this illustration of Bengaluru City - Bangalore Palace - a desk plaque that captures city's characteristics in an unique way.
The property was purchased from Rev. Garrett in 1873 at a cost of ₹40,000 by the British Guardians of the minor Maharaja Chamarajendra Wadiyar 10, using his personal funds. They were in charge of his education and administrative training to ready him to take over his reign in 1881 AD. Construction of a palace building was started in April 1874 and completed by 1878. The palace was built in Tudor Revival style architecture with fortified towers, battlements and turrets. The interiors were decorated with elegant wood carvings, floral motifs, cornices and relief paintings on the ceiling. The sprawling grounds surrounding the Palace is used for holding public events including music concerts.
Have fun while you reflect and reminisce on your favorite memories of your beloved city. This Bengaluru souvenir is a perfect decor for homes and offices and is a number one gift choice for Indian souvenirs and travel mementos!
Cosmopolitan BENGALURU (formerly Bangalore) - the capital and the largest city in Karanataka, India is known by many monikers -CITY OF GARDENS & LAKES. It is also known as the Silicon Valley of India because of its role as the nation's leading information technology (IT) exporter. It is called so due to any number of startups coming up in the city. It is in the heart of the Mysore Plateau. It is one of the largest cities in India and has people migrating over from all across the country.