Located in central Bangalore, in the vicinity of Cubbon Park is the enormous building known as Vidhana Soudha. The massive stone structure reflects Neo-Dravidian architectural elements in its style and is an important landmark of the city. The magnificent building houses the legislative chamber of the Karnataka government and a number of government departments. Completed in 1956, and built using Bangalore granite, Vidhana Soudha is definitely one of the most imposing buildings in the city. Occupying an area of over 50000sq meters, Vidhana Soudha is the largest legislative building in India. This must see building with its granite columns and grand facade is even more impressive and stunning to see in the night when it is all lit up. Since visitors are only allowed to see the outer facade of Vidhana Soudha, tourists can also include visits to other nearby attractions like the Attara Kacheri or Cubbon Park in there sightseeing itinerary.
Around 15 minutes
Adults, senior visitors, families, young adults, children
The stunning building when it’s fully illuminated in the night
Muslim tourists requiring prayer facilities when visiting the Vidhana Soudha could ask the locals to direct them to a nearby mosque. As the city of Bangalore is known to house a number of mosques, Muslim tourists will definitely be able to locate prayer facilities in the city without much difficulty.
Locating Halal food in Bangalore is quite easy as the city is known to house some fantastic Halal restaurants, which serve an array of cuisines. While the variety and quality of Indian cuisine is quite amazing, those requiring other international cuisines won’t be disappointed as there are numerous options for them too. With mouthwatering street food and delicious vegetarian options, tourists will surely be spoilt for choice when it comes to dining options on Bangalore.