Bangalore is home to a myriad mixture of culture and ethnicity, and has a perfect blend of charm, modernity and the best comforts of living. From the ‘original’ inhabitants who have been living here for generations to people who have just moved here and made it their home, the city lovingly houses everyone with equal reverence. This has contributed to the rapid growth in the real estate in Bangalore. Here are a few reasons why Bangalore is the next opportunity hub.
1. Technology and Startup Hub
Besides being the birthplace of most IT giants like Infosys, Wipro, and TCS, Bangalore is also a hub of new and exciting startups like Flipkart, InMobi, Myntra, etc. People from all walks of life and professional choices can be seen discussing exciting new ideas to add to the growing work culture in the city.
2. It is not just dance, it is the way of life
Karnataka has always had a rich cultural history, especially when it comes to dance and music. Visit Nrityagram Dance Village for a never seen before experience. The residential school offers training in Indian classical dance forms – including Odissi, Mohiniattam, Kathak, Bharatnatyam, Kuchipudi, Kathakali and Manipuri.
3. One of those few cities to keep theater alive
Bangalore is home to many theatre aficionados. Ranga Shankara stands testament to this claim, which houses plays in all languages and genres. The stage has seen over 2,700 performances so far.
But that’s not the only venue for catching a live performance. There are also Jagruti Theatre, Chowdiah Memorial Hall, Ravindra Kala Kshetra, where one can experience the joys of theatre and other cultural activities.
4. Work hard and party harder
Did you know Bangalore has the highest number of pubs in Asia? The night hangouts are open till 1 am, too! So 3 cheers to the weekends!
5. The huge lung spaces
Bangalore is also known as Garden City, and a major credit goes to the various parks littered around the city. Despite the exponential growth of real estate in Bangalore, the city is still replete with lush green spaces that holds the charm of time begone. Especially the Cubbon Park, which is spread across 100-acres of area with various species of plants and trees. Lalbagh is one of the largest botanical gardens in the state. It hosts a grand flower show once a year, which is a great way to get in touch with nature.
Bannerghatta National Park is another important sanctuary. Spread across 25,000-acres, this park is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Bangalore. No matter where you live in Bangalore, you will always be close to nature!
6. The incredible bus service
Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation(BMTC) buses carry 43 lakh passengers every day. The Volvo is all you need to travel on a hot summer day and Vayu Vajra will make sure you never miss a flight!
7. The richly painted city walls
This probably would be the first thing you’ll notice as you walk around on the streets of Bangalore. The beautiful wall paintings give a small insight into the rich heritage and culture of Bangalore along with providing employment to various artists.
8. Weather, of course!
When the rest of the country is trying to figure out ways to escape from the brutal heat, Bangaloreans are busy enjoying a walk in the drizzle and the cool weather in the night.
This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to understanding the ever-growing city called Bangalore, which is why many people from all over the country choose this city to make it their home.
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