Back track memories in india-part two(Bangalore)

Posted on February 13, 2010. Filed under: Bangalore, reminisce | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

I stayed for about three months in bangalore and i remember the days where i rented a house near a train station called gokula .One day ,I decided to give the near by train station a flying visit,there was a large board with the name chika binaur .Though bangalore is a an exceptional city there are many deprived people begging near the station while some areas aren’t clean where you a total pollution of air and water.

You can find a large number of restaurants , Hotels varying from 2 to star hotels in bangalore where you can eat out , Many of them provide Biryani (Rice based foods with spices and meet,fish,eggs or vegetables),Chicken masala,ChickenTikka,South Indian meals,Rolls,Buffs and Samosas.but believe me if it you are not well adopted to Indian food then you will need to drink water with every gulp because of the further more chilly and masala (Mixture of Spices) . But what is unpreferable is that many of waiters will stand and stare at you while eating which is embarrassing and pitiful.

The majestic bus stand east of the Bangalore city railway stations is one of the three main stations in Bangalore where in order to get into a bus you have to run and catch it running,Which is really very hazardous and me myself saw people who died and where having accidents because of that.

In my understanding, It’s better not to take a bus while it is running, in my opinion taking a train is a wise and better idea can take a train from many of the rail way stations like Bangalore railway station or Kormangala where many of the foreign students live near by.


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thanks for dropping by to my page…

I must say u’ve got some good pics of B’lore & also ur description of food waters my mouth…

a good entry to get started with the city of Bengaluru…

Hey Ahmed,
Thanks for stopping by.
Just a quick clarification about the railway station bit. We do not have a station in Koramangala. The main stations are Bangalore city, Cantonment and Yeshwantpur Stations.

On and for short travels the government run KSRTC Volvo bus service is excellent too.


i love bangalore and your blog is quite informative brother…….keep it up 🙂

hey there… u seem to like bangalore lot, some of the posts have a keen observation about local life and people..

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