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7 Things Narendra Modi Can Do While He’s In Bangalore

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in Bangalore. HolidayIQ Travellers suggest 7 things he could do in the city.

7 Things Narendra Modi Can Do While He’s In Bangalore:

  1. Bangalore (Karnataka)
  2. Vidhana Soudha, Bangalore (Karnataka)
  3. Bannerghatta National Park, Bangalore (Karnataka)
  4. Brigade Road, Bangalore (Karnataka)

1. A Morning Walk Through Cubbon Park

A Morning Walk Through Cubbon Parksource: flickr - Srikant Kuanar

It’s a well known fact that morning walks are an integral part of NaMo’s morning rituals. Cubbon Park is green space in the heart of the city. It offers a chance to escape from the traffic fumes, it’s are a delight to morning walks. Surely Namo will enjoy a walk through the several quiet walkways. HolidayIQ Traveller Sachin Jadhav shares, “The park is well maintained, eatables are allowed inside and you can take photos all through Cubbon Park. It's a great place to hang out with family and friends.”

2. Followed By A Sumptuous Breakfast At Vidyarthi Bhavan

Followed By A Sumptuous Breakfast At Vidyarthi Bhavansource: wikimedia.org/

Vidyarthi Bhavan is one of the oldest restaurant in Karnataka. This place is famous for its legendary masala dosa and very unique chatni. The dosas are crisp and it's nothing like you have already tasted before. HolidayIQ traveller Mayank Mahajan shares, “Go to the old Indian market Gandhi bazaar for traditional shopping. In Gandhi bazaar, there is also a famous Big Bull Temple which is centuries old. Do not miss to try South Indian food at Vidyarthi Bhavan. It is part of Bangalore folklore."



3. Take An Auto Ride To Vidhana Soudha

Take An Auto Ride To Vidhana Soudhasource: wikimedia.org

One of the best assembly building in India. The Vidhana Choudhari has become the mascot of Bangalore and we’re pretty sure the auto will not ask for Rs.10 extra for traffic from NaMo. HolidayIQ Traveller Excel Marmo from Delhi shares, “The palace in grey granite midst the lust green gardens is by far one of most beautiful palaces in the world. Now converted into state assembly house, manifests the architectural excellence we have had. You cannot go inside but good to make a drive around.”

4. A Wildlife Safari At Bannerghatta National Park In The Afternoon

A Wildlife Safari At Bannerghatta National Park In The Afternoonsource: wikimedia.org

The Bannerghatta National Park is one of the best in India. Home to the sloth bear and various tigers, the safari is a treat to watch out for. The national park also houses white tigers. HolidayIQ Traveller Jamuna shares, “Pack up to Bannerghatta National Park. The grand safari, main zoo and Butterfly Garden are the main attractions. I was thrilled at viewing bears freely

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5. Watch A Play At Ranga Shankara

Watch A Play At Ranga Shankarasource: hiqcdn.com

On of the best way to spend an evening in Bangalore is by watching a play at the famous Ranga Shankara. Its annual theatre festival brings together famous and budding playwrights and their works to the city.  

6. A Stroll On Brigade Road - The Time's Square Of Bangalore

A Stroll On Brigade Road - The Time's Square Of Bangaloresource: hiqcdn.com

Located right in the heart of Bangalore, Brigade Road is among the best places to hangout during late evenings. The streets are sprawling with stalls for clothes, antiques and a few global retail outlets if the PM fancies some shopping. HolidayIQ Traveller P.K.Merhotra shares, “Visit to Bangalore is incomplete without a visit to M.G. Road. Brigade Road is busy in the evenings. The place has many restaurants and pubs.” Adds HolidayIQ Traveller Jolly Thomas, :We went for a walk at Brigade road. After a walk we took a metro ride. Also, took photos of various places from the metro station. We then had coffee at Matteo.”

7. Relish Vegetarian Delicacies At Rajdhani Thali Restaurant

Relish Vegetarian Delicacies At Rajdhani Thali Restaurantsource: wikimedia.org

Rajdhani itself is a brand serving authentic Gujarati and Rajasthani cuisine. Rajdhani, as the name suggests, offers wide variety of snack items such as chole bhature, dahi puri, puran poli, vada pav, puri bhaji, jalebi rabri and list goes on. They also have a mini thali, which our rockstar PM could try, or he could go for Rajdhani Snack Platter, which had total 8 pieces - 3 samosas, 2 dhokla and 3 khandvi. Sounds yummy, doesn’t it? 

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