Bangalore City is one of India's most attractive cities with beautiful parks, avenues and impressive buildings for sightseeing and tour.Bull Temple or the Dodda Basavana Gudi was built in 1537 AD by the then chieftain Kempe Gowda of the Vijayanagara Empire, who also built the city of Bangalore. Bull Temple dedicated to Nandi the vehicle of Lord Shiva, the temple also has deities of Lord Shiva & Ganesha. The temple is built in Vijayanagara Architectural style with the world's largest monolith statue of Nandi which is 15 feet tall and 20 feet long. The temple courtyards play host for the annual groundnut festival which sees different varieties of groundnuts from all over South India.
The Charminar is as much the signature of Hyderabad as the Taj Mahal is of Agra or the Eiffel Tower is of Paris. Mohammed Quli Qutb Shah, the founder of Hyderabad, built Charminar in 1591 at the centre of the original city layout. It is said to be built as a charm to ward off a deadly epidemic raging at that time. Four graceful minarets soar to a height of 48.7 m above the ground. Charminar has 45 prayer spaces and a mosque in it. Visitors can view the architectural splendour inside the Charminar. The monument is illuminated in the evenings and a pedestrianisation project around the monument is under implementation. .
Mumbai is in all ways a mega-city driven by power, wealth, glamour and fame which attracts people to give shape to their dreams and aspirations. But it is also a city with strong historical links, wonderful British architecture, museums, beaches, places of worship, and above all, a true galaxy of stars where Bollywood reigns supreme. It is said that every train that comes to Mumbai brings on it hundreds of people from across India who are not only drawn to 'experience' the city's mesmerising attractions but would also like to make it their home. A city of diverse cultures and a melting pot of commerce, industry, entertainment, enterprise, and politics, Mumbai's trysts with wealth and fame have, however, been recent.
There was a time when Pune was known as a Pensioner's Paradise – home to those who had retired and wanted a peaceful life in a salubrious environment. Now of course Pune has grown into a vibrant metro, a hub of education, industry, information technology, entertainment, and so on. But what makes Pune still more significant is that it is a place from where you can plan several exciting trips to hill-stations, forts, and places of pilgrimage, not to forget an adventurous package too. Apart from the many interesting places just beyond the city limits of Pune, such as the Sinhagad Fort or the backwaters of the Khadakvasla Dam, .