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6:00 am – 6:00 pm
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Lalbagh Botanical Garden

The Lalbagh Botanical Garden located in Bangalore is a very popular botanical garden in southern India spread over an area of 240 acres. The garden was said to be started by Hyder Ali- Ruler of Mysore and was finished by his successor Tipu Sultan. The Lalbagh Botanical Garden has a very famous Glass House which hosts the annual flower show. This Garden has the widest collection of tropical plants in India. The Botanical garden has a very beautiful lake and is one of the major tourist destinations in the city. The Lalbagh Botanical Garden surrounds a tower which was erected by the founder of Bangalore, Kempe Gowda. The park has many rare species of plants from various international countries as well, and has trees which are over 100 years old. Another major attraction in the Park is the Lalbagh Rock, which is one of the oldest rocks on earth.
Theme : Dedicated to Kannada superstar actors Rajkumar and his son Puneeth Rajkumar.Dates of Flower Show : 5th - 15th August 2022.Location : Glass building in Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Bangalore.(Lalbagh Botanical Garden080 2657 0181 Ticket : Rs 70/- (for Adult) and Rs 25/- (for children)Parking : The parking of vehicles has to be done at Shanthi Nagar bus Stand Multilevel parking as the park parking is closed during flower show period.(Shanti Nagar parking the flower show.
Unlike other botanical gardens in India, lal Bagh is one of the oldest botanical gardens in India and it is a major tourist attraction spot as well. We, living in Bangalore have surely visited this place. Mine is twice. It's a very planned garden with its organized routes, glass House and oranamental flowers growing throughout the property.This garden has a historical significance. The construction of the garden was commissioned by the famous ruler Hyder Ali who at that time was the king of Mysore. But it was finally completed by his son Tipu Sultan who designed the garden keeping in mind the beautiful gardens of Sira in Tumkur district in Karnataka. The layout was based on the sprawling Mughal gardens that were being constructed through out the Mughal Empire. The foundation for the now famous Glass House was laid by Prince Albert Victor in 1889. Today Lalbagh is home to some of the most exotic plants.
Prateek bhatt
10. Lalbagh Botanical Gardens or LalbaghLocated in Bangalore Lalbagh Botanical Garden is a paradise especially for all nature lovers, Spanning over an area of 240 acres in the city's heart, it homes 1,854 species of plants. Initiated in 1760 by Hyder Ali and accomplished by heir & son Tipu Sultan. Key features of the garden rare plants from Persian, French and Afghani descent and for now it declared as Government Botanical Garden. A major tourist attraction is the Lal Bagh Rock found here which is believed to be 3000 million years old.This place is a delight for photographers, as they can capture the glasshouse where every year annual flower show is held and you can also see the aquarium and a lake.Ideal for: Nature lovers, Photography, BibliophileBest time to visit: 9:00 AM to 6:00 PMAddress: Mavalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560004Location: Navigate
Rahul Ravi
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Nisha Goswami
On 21 Aug, 2019 i went for a interview but that interview went not, i was upset. But that was my first interview here in Bangalore so i was like it’s ok! It was just first time...So, i was coming back at my flat and on the way my metro was stopping at Lalbagh metro station...then I thought why shouldn’t i go for a visit in Lalbagh. Then, i decided to go and de boarded from metro. Now, i am sharing some pics of Lalbagh here...