If you live in the city of Bangalore and have been leading a hectic, busy life, then you are sure to be trying to find respite and take part in different types of events that are being held here from time to time. By taking your precious time out to research upon the same can help you to ensuring participating in the best event of your choice.
Planning the different events in Bangalore to make the most of it!
1. Group Heritage Walk in Heart of the city
Date: 27th August 2016
Time: 8 AM
Amount: Rs. 4,200 onwards
Venue: Summer Palace of Tipu Sultan, Bengaluru
Description: The city of Bengaluru was just a tiny place covering an area of about 2.24 sq. km only within the mud fort confines. Here, the kings were said to have roamed and big and ferocious battles fought. You can come over to participate and discover what this heritage walk has to offer you and to know more about the city’s past. It is an organized group tour that is centered upon Old Bangalore. You will get to know about the fort and what has happened to it, why a battle was fought here and how did the modern city came into existence since then.
2. St. Andrews Church – A Cycling Tour
Date: 27th August 2016
Venue: M. G. Road, Bengaluru
Description: This is a Presbyterian Church located in Bangalore and is a huge orthodoxical Presbyterian Scottish Church. It boasts of having a chiming, belfry, tall clock at its tower’s apex. It bears the name of St. Andrew, Scotland’s patron saint. This magnificent structure’s foundation stone has been laid on 22nd November 1864 by Lady Grant, Sir Hope Grant’s wife, the Lieutenant General. You are taken through the 17th century Gothic Architecture Cathedrals and get to know the stories with regards to colonial India as well as the kind of influences it had on Bangalore and the people here.
3. Terrarium Workshop – Terrario
Date: Saturday, 27th August 2016 –
Time: 2 PM
Amount: Rs. 2,500
Venue: Bloom & Grow, Bengaluru
Description: You can have some green added to the indoor space to help the environment with the attractive terrarium! It is actually an indoor, enclosed garden that is constructed from glass and is small in size, enabling you to view your plant collection with great ease. Besides being termed to be an excellent oxygen booster, these are also easy to be created and come in different sizes, which you can purchase depending upon your specific requirements.
4. Sunset, Chai and Stories
Organized by: Kavade ATTIC
Date: Saturday, 27th August 2016
Time: 6.30 PM to 7.30 PM
Amount: Rs. 200
Venue: Seshadripuram, Bengaluru
Description: If you just love to have tea and would like to enjoy its rich flavor, aroma and taste, then you should probably have one cup sitting on the rooftop and listening to interesting stories. You can book your seat for the storytelling session where you can get to listen to stories from mythology, folklore, nature, politics, and others, which is sure to make crave to come back for more. This session is taken by Vikram Sridhar and is only meant for adults.
Pick your favorite one to fill in some excitement in your day schedule!