CROWN OF THE GARDEN CITY
The following site is of the Cubbon Park (It is situated near Gandhi Nagar in Bangalore).
In this blog I will be analysing how different the park is on Weekends when compared to Weekdays.Further, I will present my analysis of the site on the basis of Sight, Smell and Sound.
This mesmerising park was laid by Sir Mark Cubbon.
The Park in Bangalore spreads over an approximate area of 250 acres. This landmark also consists of various neo-classical building such as the high court, public library and the Government Museum.
It has a beautiful spread of green foliage & is a home to about 6000+ trees and wildlife. Park can be referred to as the "Lungs Of Bangalore" due to its lavish greenery.
The Cubbon park has a wide variety of famous "hangouts" such as the bird park, the children's park that reminds us of the cheerful innocence of childhood, the dog park which reminds us how dogs are definitely better than humans, the famous "Putani express" that takes you for an elating journey around the park, band stand where people can show off there talents on the open stage, charming ponds, mini amusement parks and overall gorgeous greenery.
The stunning beauty of the park has inspired people to call Bangalore, the 'Garden City' of
India. It lies in the heart of Bangalore, the park is adorned with trees, beautiful flowerbeds
and lawns. It's a wonderful place to visit for people who feel like enjoying some peace and
solitude. The fairy fountains are lit in the evening, with this the park presets a beauty that is
beyond description. There are lot of classes being conducted in Cubbon Park, ranging from
yoga to pottery to aerobics etc.
Hence, the Cubbon Park is a "must visit place" for tourists and people of Bangalore.