Bengaluru is the face of contemporary India.
Bengaluru is the face of contemporary India. A city bustling with young, elite techies, skilled executives and students from across the globe is urbane and progressive. These young minds with their liberal mindset and proper exposure have given a facelift to this city once known as the 'sleeping city' and went on to bag the title of the Silicon Valley of India.
Bengaluru is purely cosmopolitan in nature because of the coalition of diverse cultures. The fusion of various cultures have made it a true mirror of modern India where people have stopped feeding to prejudices and radical views. Bangloreans are liberal in their social attitudes and the lifesytle is modelled along Mumbai and Manhattan rather than the other cities in the State. No wonder the city with its rocking nighlife has the largest number of pubs and rightly called the 'Pub capital of India'. more about BengaluruBENGALURU WEATHER
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Imagine yourself having a rendezvous with striped animals in a dense forest where unknown creatures follow you like a shadow, where day begins with the hammering of woodpeckers and the night is enveloped in complete darkness. What better venue than Bengaluru National Park, for enjoying a self-imposed isolation from routined life surrounded by innumerable known and unknown creatures. Exciting jeep and elephant safaris, barbeque nights accompanied by folk dances, nature walks and secure lodging facilities are the hallmark of the famous National Park, the abode of white tigers!
Couple Deer at Bengaluru National ParkRemote, varied and wild, the small adjectives define Bengaluru National Park. Hemmed in by the sensuous Vindhya hills, the National Park is situated within Sahdol district of Madhya Pradesh. The earlier game reserve of the Maharajas of Rewa was stained with the blood of innocent animals mainly, the tigers. The year 1968 was eventful as the Maharaja of Rewa handed over the entire region to the government and it got the status of National Park in the same year. In the year 1993 under Project Tiger Network, Bengaluru National Park was finally declared as a tiger reserve. The park has the highest density of tiger population in the world which ranges between 46 to 52 at present.
The beauty of the park lies in its impressive species of flora and fauna. Covering an area of 448 sq kms, the Sal forest dominates the entire region along with the tall Bamboo trees. For the nature enthusiast, the park provides a rare opportunity to watch the diverese species of wildlife in natural circumstances.
Get ready for the thrilling wildlife encounters, don't panic at the powerful roar of a tiger or at the shrill cries of birds. Visit Bengaluru National Park, simply divine!
Amla, Bamboo, Sal, Saj, Dhaora, Tendu, Arjun, Palas, Jamun, Mango, Bhirra, Salai, Camar, Dhaman
Tigers, Leopard, Barking Deer, Blue Bull, Panthers ,Wild Boar,Chinkara, Bison, Black Buck, Jackal, Fox, Langur Sambar, Chital, Bison
Red Jungle Fowl, Malabar Pied Hornbill, Crested Serpent Eagle, Lesser Adjutant Stork , Peafowl, Grey Hornbill, Serpent Eagle,White Breasted Kingfisher, Golden and black headed orioles, Yellow ioras, Red-vented bulbuls.
Reptile Species: Python,Vipers, Kraita,Cobra