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Ruled by The Chola Empire and The Hoysala Kings before Kempe Gowda established
The Hoysala King Veera Ballala II is believed to be the one who named this city. While on a hunting expedition, the King lost his way in the forest; tired and hungry, he came across a woman who served him boiled beans. The grateful King named the place “ಬೆಂದ ಕಾಳು ಊರು” (“bendakaal-ooru”) literally, “town of boiled beans”.
” Bengaluru” can be found in a ninth-century Western Ganga Dynasty stone inscription. In this inscription found in Begur, “Bengaluru” is referred to as a place in which a battle was fought in 890AD; it states that the place was part of the Ganga Kingdom until 1004 and was known as “Bengaval-uru”, the “City of Guards” in Halegannada (Old Kannada).
Poets from Karnataka can be traced back to pre-historic times. The earliest recording of poetry is about the Chalukya warrior Kappe Arabhatta, written in 700 AD. The first well known Kannada poet was Adikavi Pampa. He is hailed for his classic Vikramarjuna Vijaya which is written in an archaic style of Kannada called Halegannada.
During the 15th century, a wealthy diamond merchant, Purandara Dasa, gave away all his materialistic possessions to become a Haridasa; a devotional singer who made the difficult Sanskrit tenets of Srimad Bhagavatam available to everyone in simple and melodious songs. This is believed to be the birth of Carnatic music in Karnataka. Carnatic music was mainly patronized by the local kings of the Kingdom of Mysore and Kingdom of Travancore in the 18th through 20th centuries. Karnataka prides itself of renowned musical personalities like Tyagraja, Veene Sheshanna (1852–1926) and Veene Subbanna (1861–1939), among others.
Later in the year 1587, this miracle city came under the visionary Kempe Gowda. Kempe Gowda a vassal of the Vijayanagara Empire built a mud-brick fort that would become the central part of modern Bengalūrū. He established the city and referred to the new town as “gandu bhoomi” translated as “Land of Heroes”. He was successful in achieving his dream of building a big futuristic city. As per his vision, Kempe Gowda built the Bengaluru Fort which comprised of small towns called Petes (Markets). He is noted for his societal reforms and contribution to building temples and water reservoirs in Bengaluru
After the Indian Independence in August 1947, Bengaluru continued to be the capital of the unified and linguistically homogeneous Kannada-speaking new Mysore state that was created in 1956, and renamed to Karnataka in 1973.
This engaging city continues to grow in terms of people and trade. Bengaluru experienced swift growth in the decades 1941–51 and 1971–81, when it welcomed many immigrants from northern Karnataka. By 1961, Bengaluru had become the sixth largest city in India, with a population of 1,207,000. In the decades that followed, Bengaluru’s manufacturing base continued to expand with the establishment of private companies such as MICO (Motor Industries Company), which set up its manufacturing plant in the city.
Bengaluru comprises of a dynamic blend of people, belonging to various religions, castes and communities. With the introduction of information technology in the city, it has assumed an international character. Bengaluru became the Silicon Valley of India because of its role as the nation’s leading information technology (IT) exporter. Being the second fastest-growing metropolis, it is the headquarters for major Indian Technological Organizations such as ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization), Infosys, Wipro and HAL.
With an estimated population over ten million, Bengaluru is now the fourth most populous city in India and the 28th most populous city in the world. Bengaluru has acquired the status of an educational city with many educational and research institutions in India; such as Indian Institute of Sciences (IISs), Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB), National Institute of Fashion Technology, Bangalore, National Institute of Design, Bangalore, National Law School of India University to name a few.
In 2005, the Government of Karnataka announced it had accepted the proposal to rename Bangalore to Bengaluru. In the early 1970’s R.K. Baliga founded the Electronics City; since then Bengaluru is a home to more than 900 IT firms. Bengaluru is rated the best city in India and the best city worldwide to start your own company. Flipkart, iD Fresh Food, Ola Cabs, Myntra are some of the start-ups based in Bengaluru.
Aviation industry in Bengaluru accounts to more than 60% of aerospace business in India. World Aerospace giants such as Boeing, Airbus, Goodrich, Dynamatics, Honeywell, GE Aviation, UTL, and others have their R&D and Engineering centres in Bengaluru. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, headquartered in Bengaluru, is dedicated to research and development activities for indigenous fighter aircraft for the Indian Air Force; it is one of the largest public sector employers in Bengaluru with over 9,500 employees. The National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL) is also headquartered in Bangalore and is dedicated to the development of civil aviation technologies.
India’s premier space research organisation, the ISRO was created under the Department of Space DOS, set up by the government of India. India’s first satellite, Aryabhata, was developed and launched by ISRO in 1975. With so many developments, Bengaluru has become a hot spot for job seekers.
The uniqueness of Bengaluru’s cuisine is influenced by the diversity of its residents. Bengaluru has become a foodie’s paradise as it holds the highest number of Fast food chains in the country. Some of the renowned traditional vegetarian restaurants are MTR (Mavalli Tiffin Room), Vidyarthi Bhavan, Udupi Krishna Bhavan among others.
From Mud Fort to Metropolis, this charming city is constantly developing; and with the advent of metros it has instilled confidence in both the citizens and investors. Bengaluru’s friendly atmosphere brings the spirit of living to the fullest among its people. Ever growing, forever diverse, the tag “Namma Bengaluru” brings a heart-warming smile upon many faces.
A community is a small or a large social unit who have something in common viz., norms, religion, values, identities etc. They often share a sense of place that is situated in a given geographical area. People tend to define those social ties as important to their identity, practice and roles in social institutions like family, work, Government, Society or humanity at large.
|Must Visit Places||Constituency||Description|
|D.V.Gundappa Road||Basavanagudi||Very much known as shopping place|
|Bull Temple road||Basavanagudi||The Gansha Utsava is an annual cultural event held to celebrate Ganesha Chaturthi|
|Buegal Rock||Basavanagudi||A park full of Greenary with Dodda Ganeshappa Temple|
|Bethel Methodist Church||K R Puram||The Bethel Methodist Church is a unit of The Methodist Church in India under the Bangalore Regional Conference in Bangalore District.|
|Phoenix Marketcity||K R Puram||Phoenix Marketcity is the largest engagement destination. It was started in 2011 overan area of 1.4million square feet. With over 270 stores it is one of the biggest and best shopping malls in Bengaluru.|
|Iskon Temple||Rajajinagar||The society was registered in the year 1978 under the Karnataka Societies Registration Act, 1960.
In 1987, the society was operating from a rented house in Bangalore. In the year 1987, the leaders of the society applied to Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) for allotment of land to construct a grand temple and cultural complex. The land was allotted on August 3, 1988 – a seven-acre hillock, which was nothing but a huge piece of monolithic rock that could not be converted into sites
|Dr. Rajakumar Road||Rajajinagar||The road starts passes along 1st Block Rajajinagar, Navarang Theater and Prasanna Theatre|
|Kannada Sahitya Parishat||Chamarajpete||During the British rule of India Kannada language started to differ across provinces leading to a gap in communication across thepeople. The Diwan of Mysore Mokshagundam Vishweshwarya felt the need to conserve and promote the Kannada language and literature. After receiving a good response from public, a conference was held in Bangalore in 1915 to discuss the need to conserve the Kannada language.H. V. Nanjundaiah became the President of the Parishat.|
|Bangalore Fort||Chamrajpete||1537 Bangalore Fort was built. It was a mud fort built by Kempe Gowda of the Vijayanagar Empire. Bangalore Fort marks the establishment of the city.|
|Bangalore Hockey Stadium||Shantinagar||It is a field hockey stadium with a seating capacity if 7,000 people. It is also known as KSHA Hockey Stadium located at Akkithimmanahalli. It is the home of the Karnataka Lions of the World Series Hockey. Akkithimmanhalli Lake was breached in the 1970 ‘s as part of Malaria Eradication Drive and the Hockey stadium was constructed in its place.|
Voting isn’t just important to democracy but it is democracy. A person who votes has a powerful impact on public policy and government. With a government elected by its citizens and that effects every aspect of our lives from school, healthcare and homeland security. Voting is an important right in our society. Voters live in communities where there is more trust and are concerned more about their communites and peers and have a greater sense of their ability to impact the neighbourhood around them. By voting, you are making your voice heard and registering your opinion and how you think the government should operate.
Incorporated in 1940 at Bengaluru, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited was initiated by the farsighted visionary, Shri Walchand Hirachand, with an aim to manufacture aircrafts in India.
Established in 1948, ITI Bangalore was the first plant of ITI set up with state-of-the-art infrastructure, that manufactured a vast range of telecom products.
First Machine Tool Manufacturing Company Setup in Bengaluru
Events take place all over the city by popular demand and varies from open-air address to a talk in an intimate auditorium or a large capacity stadium. Each one is unique.
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