Bengaluru :: Lal Baug | Botanical Garden
Bring the spirit of Bengaluru City into your home with this illustration of Bengaluru’s signature landmark site- BENGALURU - Lalbaug - Botanica Garden to take you down memory lane.
Spread over 240 acres, Lalbaug is one of the largest gardens of Bengaluru. A historical garden, Lalbagh was built by former Mughal Hyder Ali, in 1760 and was completed by his son Tipu Sultan. Its most arresting feature is the Glass House, built in the very center and modeled after the Crystal Palace in London. It was built in 1889 to commemorate the visit of Albert Victor, grandson of Queen Victoria and former Prince of Wales. Originally meant to acclimatize the foreign and exotic plants to the Indian weather, this structure is now the venue of Bengaluru’s famous biannual flower shows that happen twice a year around during India’s Republic and Independence Days.
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.