Bangalore, the capital of the South Indian Territory of Karnataka, also called as Silicon Valley of India, a centre point of the majority of the tech organizations around the globe. It is otherwise called the Pub City, as it has the topmost number of pubs in comparison to any other Indian city. This famous city is also known as Garden City for its year round blooms and greenery. The Government of Karnataka authoritatively changed the name of the city from Bangalore to Bengaluru from 1 November 2006.
Bengaluru was founded in 1537 by a servant of the Vijayanagara Empire, Kempe Gowda I, who agreed with the Vijayanagara Empire to campaign against Gangaraja, and who made a mud-square fortification for the all-inclusive community at the site that would transform into the essential segment of current Bengaluru. Kempe Gowda was confined by rules made by Achuta Deva Raya, who dreaded the potential capacity of Kempe Gowda and did not permit a horrible stone stronghold. Kempe Gowda alluded to the new town as his "gandubhumi". Inside the fort, the town was isolated into littler divisions—each called a "pete".
Bengaluru is all around associated with different urban communities by means of brilliant system of state and private transports. While Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation associates the city with nearby places, there are a few private transports too that explorers can bounce on.
Bengaluru City Railway Station and Yeswantpur Junction interface the city of Bangalore with all the prime Indian urban communities including Delhi, Pune, Mysore, Chennai and Mumbai, among others. Bengaluru Rajdhani and Kongu Express keep running 7 days a week connecting the city with India's capital city, Delhi.
Bengaluru Airport interfaces the city with all prime Indian and universal urban areas. Sprawling over a territory of around 4,700 acres of land. It is the third busiest air terminal in the nation after Delhi and Mumbai.