Earlier political parties were going door to door to make sure you knew where your polling booth was. Things are changing now.
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Puttenahalli WS Lake, Yelahanka, Bangalore is a huge water body that is home to a rich and wide variety of local and migratory birds. More than 7000 birds flock to this lake in Bangalore during the breeding season.
Lalbagh Lake, Bangalore is a major tourist attraction situated in the Lalbagh Botanical Gardens. The lake in Bangalore is a paradise for bird watchers and nature lovers. Lalbagh Lake is surrounded by greenery and is open to public every day from 6am to 7 pm.
The Karaga festival is one of the oldest festivals of Karnataka. It is celebrated in honour of the goddess of power, Goddess Shakti. The people of Tigala community carry out a huge procession from the Dharmarayaswamy temple in honour of their community deity, Draupadi during the festival.
Kadambi Waterfall is a majestic waterfall inside Kudremukh National Park that attracts tourists throughout the year. It is located in the Chikmagalur district of Karnataka. The beauty of the falls increases during the monsoon season.
Hebbal Lake, Bangalore is one of the most popular places for bird watching and photography. This lake in Bangalore is home to around 70 species of local and migratory water-birds. It is one of the remaining few natural lakes in the city.
Ulsoor Lake is a famous sightseeing destination of Bangalore. This scenic lake is an ideal place to enjoy a relaxed time with friends and family. Know the visiting hours and weekly off for visiting the lake.
Sankey Tank is one of the main attractions of Bangalore for nature lovers. This manmade lake is ideal for picnics, weekend trips and sightseeing visits. The tank is conveniently located and can be easily reached.
There are a number of national parks in and around Bangalore. These national parks offer visitors a glimpse of its exotic flora and fauna. For wildlife enthusiasts these national parks are ideal places to enjoy true wilderness.