Malleshwaram, located in the North-West Bangalore, has an interesting history. It was built when people moved out of the city center during the great plague of 1898.
We were asked to alight in 18th Cross Malleshwaram as the tank was just a minute’s walk from there.
Malleshwaram:From there, I headed back to Malleshwaram. Malleshwaram is the best place to explore the old world charm of Bangalore. It is a delight for people looking to buy authentic sarees or accessories or clothes of Bangalore. It houses lines of shops selling various stuff where you can definitely bargain to save some of your hard earned money. It is a busy street with lots of people bustling on the streets and many people tinkering their sells wares. If you are a person who loves shopping in this cacophonous atmosphere, it is the place to be.Day 3: In the midst of my solitude, I found a past colleague who was now residing in Bangalore and we decided to catch up. We decided to meet at HAL Museum.
This is where we stay in Bangalore, and the starting & the end point of our day's trip to Hogenakkal Falls.