9 Reasons Why Bangalore Is More Awesome Than Any Other City In India


They say each city has a soul. Well Bangalore has a beautiful soul, a giving heart and an awesome structure. We tell you the top 9 reasons why the city is more awesome than other Indian city. Read On!

1. Ohh The Weather

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Did you know Bangalore is located higher than the hill station Dehradun! No wonder the metropolitan city has epic weather throughout the year. You can roam around the city without breaking a sweat more often than not.

2. Most Women Empowered City

Bangalore is by far the safest city for women in India by far.

NEW YORK - MARCH 10: Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks to the media after keynoting a Women's Empowerment Event at the United Nations March 10, 2015 in New York City. Clinton answered questions about recent allegations of an improperly used email account during her tenure as secretary of state.   Yana Paskova/Getty Images/AFP

The women are more empowered than anywhere else in India, they are not afraid to take up unconventional jobs like that of a bus conductor or a cab driver, making it safe for women 24*7. Kudos to the women folk of Bangalore, kudos to the sane men also.

3. Incredible Bus Service

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The BMTC carries approximately 43 lakhs of passenger daily, yet the system is seamless.  The bus connectivity in Bangalore is epic and unmatched to any other city in India.

4. The Best Dosas at MTR/CTR/Vidyarthi Bhawan

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We can go on and on about this one, but we would rather let the dosa do the talking. Visit any of these places and experience awesomeness!

5. One Of Those Few Cities That Appreciates Art In All Forms

Bangalore is one of the few cities left in India which appreciates all art forms. Bangalore has pretty awesome Theater circuit. Bangalore also loves it dance forms. Visit Nrityagram Dance Village for a never seen before experience.

Set up by Protima Bedi, this place is a different world of its own. The residential school offers training in Indian classical dance forms – including Odissi, Mohiniattam, Kathak, Bharatnatyam, Kuchipudi, Kathakali and Manipuri.

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6. Richly Painted street walls and good looking public spaces

Lately Bangalore walls are being painted by small-time painters with murals and paintings in a bid to beautify the city. Featured here is a Yakshagana headgear. This is on a wall opposite the famous Rangashankara theatre.

Bangalore is a clean and a clean city, people love their art and that is pretty evident from the rich in graffiti streets. The public spaces are also well maintained.

7. Technology And Start Up Capital

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Bangalore is the ‘Silicon Valley’ of India. It is the IT hub of the country and the home of many upcoming startups in the country. If you’re an engineer than you probably have an awesome career awaits you in Bangalore.

8. Rich In Heritage

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Traffic moves along a road in the southern Indian city of Bangalore December 14, 2005. Bangalore, long known as India's Garden City and now a global technology hub, is set to change its name to Bengalooru, reverting to a centuries-old title that means "the town of boiled beans".

If you think Bangalore is only an IT hub then you are wrong my friend, the city also has some pretty awesome and beautiful heritage sights that will transport you to a different era.  Try a heritage walk in Bangalore and you will be amazed by its richness.

9. Work Hard Party Harder

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FYI Bangalore has the highest number of Pubs in Asia, yes you heard it right! Bangalore loves to work hard and party harder and the with the new deadlines, an average bar hopper is not complaining at all.

 

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