Bengaluru Aubergines have earned their stripes it seems!
Boys will be Boys
Parking lot on a Sunday
Indian Flag as seen from the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, Bengaluru.
This handsome killer is parked near Ulsoor Lake, Bengaluru. It belongs to the army perhaps.
An amazing experience awaits you at the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium in Bengaluru. The Zeiss projector as seen above looks like an alien invader but provides a cinematographic experience of another kind. A must for kids with parents.
Bangaloreans are very religious people and they are of all faiths. Temples on the roadside like this are common. So are shrines to Christian saints. One can see mosques, temples, churches and gurdwaras all over the city.
This man driving on his scooter has even stopped holding on to the scooter handle bars as he joins his hand in prayer while driving on the road near Ulsoor lake. The Gurdwara below is also near the lake. It attracts many people from the Punjab and offers free shelter and food to weary travellers.
A warning for customers at Taaza Tindi in very popular Bengaluru South Indian Food outlet.
Bengaluru has many churches a relic of the British Raj as a part of the former East India Company and the Madras Presidency. This beautiful church is on busy MG Road (Mahatama Gandhi Road). It lies east of the Madras Engineer Group regiment parade ground and thus the name. The church is more than 150 years old and was a Weslyan Mission Chapel for the Madras Army.–https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madras_Army