Bangalore – Garden City Turned IT Hub of India

Bangalore is a one of the most famous metropolitan cities in India. It is the capital city of Karnataka, and one of the biggest IT hubs of the nation today.

Bangalore is also referred to as Bengaluru; it is situated on the Deccan Plateau in Karnataka south-eastern part. This city is 3rd most populous city in India, and it is nicknamed as the Garden City due to greenery in the city.

For those who’re not native residents of the state, Namma Bengaluru may sound a little intriguing so let’s clear the air about meaning of Namma Bengaluru – it means “Our Bangalore” (humara Bangalore in Hindi, just like humara Bajaj!)

As far as international reports are concerned, this city is listed in the global cities and ranked as the “Beta World City” along with the Munich , Kuwait City, Lima, Boston, Dallas, and Miami.

According to history, the Bengaluru city has been in existence since 900 AD .

Today, one of the largest cities and developing metropolis, Bengaluru is the place for many research institutions and well-recognized colleges in India.

The defense organizations , telecommunications, aerospace, software companies, public sector heavy industries are located in high class real estate complexes in Bangalore, such as the Prestige City located in the prime area of Kanakapura road, Jaya Nagar, Electronic City, Silk Board, Banashankari, Basavangudi and other.

Since the city is home to most of the Software legends, this is also called the Silicon Valley of India. In addition to this, Bengaluru is also an important cultural and economic hub and the major developing metropolis cities in India.

One can see excellent engineering works regarding transportation, buildings, and roads in Bangalore. But, coming to major down-side, the cost of living in Bangalore is very high.

Sadly, the Garden city has lost most of its greenery due to urban development, and even there have been drastic changes to climatic conditions over the past few years.