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The Best Natural Way to Cure Piles at Home

Hemorrhoids, also known as piles, often cure on their own without treatment in a couple of weeks. There are number of piles treatment options available in the home or in the form of the counter medication. Except natural treatment, others treatment methods involves simply easing the symptoms of the hemorrhoids until they clear up on their own.

        Cause and Symptoms:

Piles or hemorrhoids, is a varicose and often inflamed condition of the veins about the lower end of the bowel. Hemorrhoids are either external or internal or mixed. In external piles there is not much bleeding but a lot of pain, whereas the internal piles consist in discharge of several ounces of dark blood.

Piles are not a disease in the strictest sense of the term but a symptom. Even modern medicine recognizes this since its practitioners agree that it is caused primarily by constipation. The pressure applied in voiding a constipated bowel tends to distend the veins and the external piles may be swollen causing pain making it difficult for the patient to sit. The piles become enlarged and red and give off a thin, blood-detained discharge.

Allopathy depends more on surgery than drugs in the case of intractable piles, but even removal of the offending part does not give relief since the disease is likely to recur. Piles are one disease in which a jolt of hullaballoo is created: you would come across a lot of nostrums and indigenous drugs to relieve the conditions.

      Natural Treatment:

Treatment of piles must start with treatment of the basic cause and that is constipation. The use of violent and irritating purgatives should be avoided and care must be taken to secure soft motions. The naturopathic way is to regulate the diet.

The diet of a person suffering from piles- even though the goal is to relieve constipation- should be a little different from the one recommended for dealing with constipation. Some hemorrhoids patients become allergic to some foods even if they tend to relieve constipation. The best diet to secure a soft stool, the instrument of relieving constipated bowels, will comprise wheat porridge, whole meal (wheat flour without being passed through a sieve), green vegetables, particularly spinach, gourds of the various varieties, cabbage, radish, fruits like papaya, ripe banana, musk melon, apple, pear and milk. Lentils and daals should be avoided since they tend to constipate the bowels.

Dry fruits like coconuts, figs, raisin and currants are also recommended. The best regimen for the piles patient could be to breakfast on papaya, musk melon and milk. For launch he should have porridge and leafy vegetables and his dinner should consist of-

Any vegetable and raisins
Vegetables, figs and currants in addition to some bread; or
Fruits and coconut or cooked vegetables in medium quantities

Dry fruits like raisin, currants and figs could be taken up to 200 grammes at one time, but the best way is to soak them in about 400 millilitres of water and take them along with the water. Flesh of fresh coconuts could be taken up to 125 grammes and dry coconut up to 75 grammes at one time.

The above regimen will give relief in a majority or the cases, but in chronic or intractable cases where the patient passes dry, hard stool aggravating his condition flea seed (Isbagol) is recommended. Flea seed or its husk should be taken in small quantities of five to ten grammes. The best way is soak it in water, 20 times its volume for 24 hours and take it before every meal. The quantity should be reduced when the conditions improves.

Persons suffering from piles are generally in the habit of taking less water than their bodies need. They must drink 2 to 3 litres of water in 24 hours.

Mud treatment can also benefit the patient. Take 1 to 1 ½ kilogrammes of dry clay and knead it into soft dough like consistency. Spread it like plaster from the navel to the pubes; a ball of clay should be kept on the rectum for half an hour. The mud treatment should best be taken one and a half to two hours before breakfast and repeated before dinner. After the mud is removed, a brisk walk for three to four kilometres is recommended.

If no relief is experienced from the treatment out-lined above, the patient should take resort to fasting. Fasting should last from three to seven days, during which nothing but water should be taken. It would be difficult to do it in the first instance. Luke warm water enema must be taken in the morning or evening during fasting. And a fasting patient should return to normal diet only gradually, starting with vegetable or fruit juices, going on to porridge and milk and then to regular food.


How Yoga can change your life and lifestyle?

In this history of humanitarian age, yoga capturing his own eminent place. The effect of yoga has been spreading day by day around the globe. The meaning of yoga is simple, is ‘do connect’. The centre of this excise has impact in our both mind and soul, and through this practice sometime mind can meet with the soul or sometime separate with each other.

The yoga has classified based on specific time, and following are the classification of yoga.

Pre Classical Yoga:

In this yoga, the culture of Hindu religions and Buddhist regions are reflected and through this both mind and soul meet together.

Classical Yoga:

The main purpose of this yoga was separate the body and mind to purify the soul.

Post Classical Yoga:

The ultimate aims of this yoga is to synthesis the old process of yoga’s rules and regulation with new life style, and fulfill the human life through different type of exercise, meditation and appropriate diet.

From the beginning to till date different type of yog has invented, like as-

Bhakti Yog-

In this yog the importance has given to the spiritual part of life, so the physical activities are very rare in this type of yog. The only purpose of this yog is to attain the spiritual satisfaction by doing so.

Karma Yog-

In this yog, the disciplines are given so much importance. The karma yog play a big role to bring the person towards the universe through flourish ourselves.

Gyan Yog-

The aim of this yog is to get together three things mind, body and soul.

Raj Yog-

Through practicing this yog, man can control over his mind and this yog play crucial role to live quality life, anyone can control his mind through different type of asanas and meditation.

Kriya Yog-

This is the oldest yog among others, and the key way to attain wisdom. Now a day’s some nation are misleading this yog process, likewise they follow some odd type yoga, named bear yoga, hot yoga etc.

It is actually ruin the whole yoga process, and leaving the negative health impact on human body and mind.

But now people are more health conscious than earlier and they should study the real yoga process in this digital age, this is why 21 June is being followed as yoga days around the whole world, and day by day more people engage themselves into yoga to get much more health benefits together body and mind.

For this reason now a day yoga trainer could be taken as a profession, because many places require this professional. So this is the golden time for all health conscious people to do the B.Sc and course to enter the career life, because yoga can have both amazing health impact and carrier impact as well.

Career in Yoga:

  1.       Research Officer (Yoga and Naturopathy).
  2.       Instructor of Yoga Aerobics.
  3.       Assistant of Ayurved Doctor.
  4.           Yoga Trainer
  5.           Yoga Teacher
  6.           Holistic Councilor
  7.       Research officer of Yogic Science
  8.       Assistant Yoga Therapist
  9.           Assistant of Clinical Psychologist
  10.           Yoga Therapist
  11.       Therapist and Naturopath
  12.           Trainer of Different Health Club

After all, we can recognize the importance of training of yoga and for this reason yoga teacher’s demand are increasing in our society. Bsc and Msc degree are becoming popular and they have a descent opportunity to get employ at any public, private and social organization.

Appropriate and right techniques are very much necessary practicing yoga, rather than it could bring different kind of health hazard. So trainer, teacher is playing their role to teach large number of people in our country as well abroad.

Beside government, common people also has to play their role for different kind of awareness programme to promote the yoga, because there is no doubt that yoga can reduce the medical budget of any person, family and even nation

At the end we realize that yoga can improve our all kind of personal life, professional life, social life etc., and the quality of life would be better if we can incorporate this into our daily life.  


How to Recover from Jaundice naturally

How to Recover from Jaundice naturally? Jaundice is a yellow discoloration of the skin due to the deposition of the bile pigment in its deeper layers. It is usually the result of malfunctioning of the liver, one of the five vital organs of the body, the others being the brain, the heart, the lungs and the kidneys.

Causes and Symptoms:

The liver is a vast chemical factory. The heat produced by the chemical changes taking place in it, form an important contribution to the warming of the body. It secrets bile, the chief constituents of which are the bile salts, the pigment, cholesterol and lecithin, besides producing bile, it forms red blood corpuscles, manufactures the fibrinogen of the blood and stores iron and corpuscles. The liver detoxicates noxious products made in the intestine and absorbed in the blood. It stores carbohydrate in the form of glycogen. It forms Vitamin A and is a storehouse of Vitamin B. It plays an essential part in the storage and metabolism of fat.

Jaundice can be caused by obstruction of the bile ducts which discharge bile salts and pigment into the intestine. The bile then gets mixed with blood and gives a yellow pigmentation to the skin of the whole body. The obstruction could be due to gall stones or inflammation of the liver (hepatitis) caused by some infection or chronic malaria or ameobiosis. The seriousness of jaundice would depend, in the ultimate analysis, on the severity of the diseases which has caused it in the first place. Pernicious anemia and snake poisoning can also cause jaundice. Certain infective diseases like yellow fever, malaria, typhoid fever and pyaemia can also cause jaundice. The jaundice caused by acute yellow atrophy of the liver is the most serious form of the disease ad is generally fatal.

The yellowness of jaundice appears first in the white of the eyes and later over the whole skin. The urine is of a dark greenish-brown color and the tongue is furred with a four taste in the mouth. The stools are of grey or white color and constipation is present in a severe form. Slowness of pulse and mental confusion may be present in long continued cases. The patient may feel irritation all the time. There is also apathy to food and loss of appetite.

Onset of jaundice may begin by loss of sleep, appetite, irritation and dyspepsia. There may also be pain, a little below the right shoulder. The patient may feel chilly all over and have a feeling of nausea too. This is because of the fact that the liver loses the capacity to dissolve that fat into nutriment for the body.

Addiction to foods made from refined wheat flour, fried foods, condiments, savories which are highly spiced, produce the condition which ultimately leads to jaundice, because they constipate the bowel and the patient takes to purgative. Some of the purgatives contain extract of mercury which further damages the functioning of the liver.

Natural Treatment:

The very first step towards the treatment of jaundice is to see that the burden on the liver is reduced. The best course will be fasting- and that will not mean starving the patient. You must have noticed that many animals refuse food and even water when they are sick. That is nature’s way of putting them on the way back to health. Of the things that the man can learn from animals, this is undecidedly one. If ingestion of food is stopped, the excretion of waste and morbid matter can be encouraged by freeing the system of the burden of digesting.

If fasting for a considerable period is indicated, it is best done under the supervision of an experienced naturopath. Juices of fruits and vegetables and water should be taken during fasting. Warm water enema must also be taken to rid the bowel of all the waste matter. After the improvement in the condition becomes apparent- that would be evident from the healthy color of the tongue- fresh fruit juice can be taken.

After a couple of days fresh fruit can be eaten instead of regular meals. Fruits, vegetables and foods which help the bowel to move properly should form the most essential part of the diet of a person who wants prevention against jaundice. Fats should be totally banned so long as the attack of jaundice lasts. After the virulence has abated, whole meal flour, boiled vegetables and salads can be allowed. Juice of a lime may be mixed with lukewarm water and taken in the morning and raisins, figs and fresh ripe fruits should form part of the breakfast.

Exercises which stretch the various limbs are particularly useful for the jaundice patients. The best exercise would be walking on all fours- with both hands and feet. In activates the liver and increases the flow of bile. It also gives a fillip to the digestive processes.


Natural Remedies for Digestive Disorder like, dyspepsia, indigestion, Hyper acidity etc.

The digestive system is one of the most vital systems in the body, which play a crucial role to stay you healthy and live quality life and well being and added to that natural remedies are most preferable method to take care of our any body’s system, here we are going to discuss about it.

      The process of Digestion:

A clear understanding of the digestive processes that go on in the human body is vital to the understanding of the disorders from which digestion suffers. The major disorder proposed to be covered in this chapter is week digestion, dyspepsia or slackness of the digestive processes which are known in indigenous medicine as being caused by what is called mandagni.

Incorporation of food in human body is accomplished by a three- fold process of digestion, absorption and assimilation. Digestion begins the moment food enters the mouth. It mixes with the saliva and is made more permeable for the gastric juice which exudes from the openings of the tiny glands of stomach. The gastric juice consisting of pepsin and rennin breaks down the proteins into smaller molecules. The churning of the stomach mixes the food with gastric juices and hydrochloric acid and when it becomes soluble it passes through the pylorus, an orifice at the lower end of the stomach, into the bowel. The more light the food, the easier it is digested.

After it passes into intestine, the food is exposed to the action of bile, pancreatic juices, intestinal juice and the bacteria. These juices contain many elements which break down the food into the final products like glycerin which sustain the system. The only substance absorbed from the stomach to any extent is alcohol; all other substances must undergo the transformation that takes place in the intestines. Food materials are absorbed almost exclusively by the small intestine, water and salt through the colon, the large intestine. The food is passed down the intestine by the contractions of its muscular coat. The indigestible residue, together with various substances which are waste matter, excreted from the liver and the intestinal walls, is thrown out of the body in the stools.

Assimilation is a much slower process. The blood circulates through every organ and each takes from it what is necessary for its own growth and repair. The cells in the bones extract lime salts, muscles sugar and protein and so forth. The greater bulk is assimilated by the muscles.

      Cause of Indigestion:

The fundamental digestive disorder is indigestion or dyspepsia which may give rise to more acute or serious diseases.

The basic cause of indigestion, besides weak digestive powers, is over-eating or eating foods which must be avoided. Stools of such persons contain large amount of undigested matter. They suffer from flatulence arising from putrefying matter in the stomach or the intestines. Breaking wind or belching may provide temporary relief, but there is generally a feeling of fullness amounting to heaviness, loss of appetite and general discomfort. Sometimes hyperacidity- presence of more acid in the stomach that is normal- may cause a burning sensation and even eructation (sudden escape of gas from the mouth or coming up of the undigested matter from the stomach). Overburdening of the stomach, the root cause of indigestion, has to be avoided in order to start the treatment.

     Natural Treatment:

The cardinal remedy for dyspepsia is light food; it would be better if the patient takes to fasting for 24 hours and then takes to easily digestible, natural food.
Fats and condiments must be avoided. Bland food, mostly vegetables cooked in water, juicy fruits and buttermilk (churned curd with water added) should be taken. Condiments and seasonings make food more palatable and there is the ever-present risk of over eating which has, in the first instance, given birth to dyspepsia. This is why I recommend bland food. Excess of food, like everything else, is bad and a person suffering from indigestion must eat less than he can digest. That would be the first step in the treatment of this disease.

Application of heat through hot compresses or a hot water bottle to the abdomen for 15 to 20 minutes twice in the day, either on an empty stomach or two or three hours after meals, can activate your digestive processes. The procedure could be alternated with cold compresses, applied for a minute or so in between hot compresses, could accelerate the pace of recovery.

The above procedure is merely a palliative. The patient can get permanent relief if he increases his body heat through vigorous exercise. Indigestion is the diseases of the sedentary, active and brisk people generally do not suffer from the malady. You may not be able to withstand the temptation of a second helping, but you can expend your energy through exercise which may be light in the beginning. Take a walk if you do not feel equal to vigorous exercise. Jog a long, if you can and if there is a grassy lawn around your house, walk on the dew covered grass.

Avoid rice if you can since in our country rice is associated with lentils which are not easy to digest. Eat rice with vegetables. Take fruits in between the meals. Masticate your food properly so that it mixes well with the saliva. Take adequate quantities of water.

Alcohol and tobacco should be taken in the minimum possible quantities, if not altogether stopped. If meat is taken it should be scraped down and should be free from fat.

Dyspepsia of a nervous origin which afflicts brain workers with sedentary habits can be treated on the lines indicated above. Such patients should, in addition to following the directions given above, consciously avoid thinking about their condition and should try to be cheerful. A change of scene and climate may also be indicated in some cases.


How to Cure Constipation Naturally?

Constipation itself a huge causes to bring much acute and chronic disease, so it is very important to make a distance from this disease to live a healthy life. Here are some vital cause and symptoms of constipation-

      Cause and Symptoms:

Constipation is a condition in which the bowels are opened too seldom or incompletely. The patient may pass infrequent and hard, dry stools.

The main symptom is the desire to void the stools but the inability to do so. It is an extremely irritating condition but easy to deal with if you go about the treatment in the right manner.

It is a common complaint and a large number of persons depend on laxatives and even purgatives to clear their bowels. You will find that the largest sale is of remedies to relieve constipation. And if you count the cost of cigarettes, cigars, tea and coffee taken under the mistaken belief that it will help activate the bowels, the money spent on the treatment of this complaint would be a stupendous sum.

Most of the people who suffer from constipation do not understand the way the human body functions. It leads to many other symptoms like heaviness and headaches, lethargy, loss of appetite, insomnia and apathy. As a matter of fact, any disease is an indication of malfunctioning of the machine that is the human body and constipation is the grandmother of all ailments.

If your body is unable to expel the waste matter that remains after the digestive organs have taken out the essential elements necessary for the sustenance of the human body, it leads to further purification and gases harmful for its functioning.

After the food has been digested, it passes into the colon and that part of the body has a great capacity for absorption of liquids. If it loses its tone, that is, if its muscles become weak or inactive, the stools have a tendency to adhere to it and continue to purify leading to flatulence and other symptoms. Retentions of stools could lead to poisoning of the whole system.

      How does a purgative or laxative act?

When it passes through the digestive tract, it produces, by chemical reaction, new liquids which flush the colon and the stools adhering to it are voided in liquid form. But such substances are habit-forming and a chronic patient would need harder and more effective purgatives as time passes.

Constipation is an unnatural and abnormal condition. Nature has endowed the intestines with the capacity to avoid the waste matter that remains after food has been digested. We must, therefore, take the foods in their natural form, which we generally do not do. We pass the wheat through a sieve and polish the rice. We over boil the milk and sometimes turn it into a solid without its natural moisture. Sugarcane juice is turned into sugar. We adulterate our foods with spices and condiments- substances which the body does not need at all.

      Natural Treatment:

The treatment of constipation should start in the kitchen and not in the lavatory. Eat the wheat flour without passing it through a sieve; unmilled and unpolished rice is the best.

Your food should contain two parts fruits and vegetables and one part cereals. Boil the milk only once; let it not thicken by over boiling. That would give your food the roughage it needs and help the atonic muscles to void the waste matter. If you do this, your campaign against constipation has a good start.

In case of chronic constipation, eat more of cucumber, tomatoes, carrots, spinach and cabbage. The total intake of these should be a minimum of 250 grammes in the day. Eat them as you eat salad season it with a pinch of salt and juice of a lemon in order to make it more palatable.

Eat thrice in twenty – four hours, but if you have crossed forty, do not exceed two meals in the day. Do not take it literally:  you can eat fruits in between the meals, but in reasonable quantities. Better still , make fruits a part of your morning and evening meals. Talking of fruits, the best fruits are seasonal and those which are available to you within hours of having been picked.

Some people suffer from constipation because their intake of water or liquids is too insufficient. The water intake should be three to four litres in summer and one to two litres in winter. A glass of water taken in the morning immediately after waking up can help many cases of constipation.

The intestine, 8.5 to 9 meters long, is in the form of one continuous tube suspended in loops in the abdominal cavity. At the lower end is the large intestine through which your stools pass via the rectum. If the muscles of the large intestine lose their tone or strength, stools tend to adhere to its insides. Atony of the intestines can be cured by exercise. A walk in the morning or evening, better still jogging will help.

Another way to help the intestine to void the stool is to cool it. Take a rough towel, fold it so that it can absorb water and place it on your lower abdomen after immersing it in cold water. Let the coolness percolate to the abdomen for about fifteen minutes. Or, you can take a mud pack. Take about one kilogramme of clay and knead it into dough like consistency and spread it evenly on your lower abdomen-from the navel to the pubes. Some people are known to have benefited more from a mud bath than from cold towel. It should be done before you go for a walk. Cooling and then warming it through exercise helps the large intestine regain its tone.

In the beginning, you may not have the urge to void your bowels. But do not wait for the “call” of nature. Visit the toilet at the time you usually do, even if the “call” is not there. Remember that habit plays an important part. The best course would be to drink about half a litre of water and take a walk for ten to fifteen minutes before you visit the toilet immediately after dinner: it may surprise you to hear of intake of food followed by the effort to void your bowels, but remember that it takes fourteen to eighteen hours for the waste matter left after absorption of food into the system to leave the body. The churning of the stomach and the resultant activity of the intestines when you are ingesting food helps relieve constipation.

After you have formed the habit of visiting the toiler at an appointed hour in the morning and the evening, you will not have to spend more than four to five minutes there. In the beginning of the treatment suggested you may have to spend a quarter of an hour.

Patients suffering from amnesia (loss of memory), constant fatigue, and insomnia or insufficient sleep, incipient gout, asthma, ingestion, headache, lumbago and general weakness have found surcease from these symptoms when they have regained the facility to void stools. A hip bath taken for five to ten minutes before they go for their constitutional in the morning or evening can help ameliorate their suffering caused by these ailments.


Amazing Tourist Place in Bengaluru

Amazing Tourist Place in Bengaluru | Beautiful Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka is one of the prettiest and cleanest cities of India. It is popularly called as the ‘Garden City’ and has earned several other epitaphs like an ‘Air conditioned City’, for its salubrious climate throughout the year; the ‘Silicon Valley’ of India, for its rapidly growing software market and the ‘City of Draught Beer’ etc. The foundation of the present day Bangalore was laid in 1537, by Kempe Gowda, a Magadi chieftain, owing allegiance to the king of Vijayanagar. The cantonment area of Bengalore was developed by the British en early 19th century, after the fall of Tipu Sultan.

Best tour season: October to February

Weather report: Average Minimum temperature= 14 Deg. C and Maximum Temperature= 27 Deg. C

How to reach there?

Airport: Linked by Air
Rail road: Well connected
Road: Bengaluru lies on the junction of NH 47 & 48

Best Place to visit in Bengaluru:

Vidhan Soudha:

This majestic structure towering over the Cubbon Park, houses both the Secretariat and the State Legislature, as well as several other State government offices. The magnificent edifice built of granite in the neo-Dravidian style of architecture is one of the most spectacular buildings of India. The four storeyed building covering a total plinth area of over 500000 sq. ft. was conceived and executed by Kengal Hanumanthaiah, the former Chief Minister of Karnataka in 1956. The structure is beautifully illuminated on Sunday evenings.

Attara Kacheri (High Court):

The magnificent two storeyed building housing the High Court of Karnataka was built in 1867. It lies in front of the Vidhan Soudha and was originally built to house the secretariat.

Lalbagh Botanical Gardens:

The beautiful garden was laid out in 1760, by Haider Ali and later developed by his son Tipu Sultan. It sprawls over an area of 240 acres and is one of the most beautiful botanical parks of the country. In 1840, an excellent glass house was built resembling the famous crystal palace of London.

Cubbon Park & Museums:

The park designed by Lt. Gen. Mark Cubbon, in 1864, covers an area of over 300 acres in the heart of the city. It is studded with some splendid sculptures and red Gothic buildings, which houses the Public Library, the High Court, the Government Museum and the Technological & Industrial Museum. The Children’s Park inside the garden is exclusively for kids. The Jawahar Bal Bhavan here has a children’s centre.

Shiva Statue & ISKON Temple:

The beautiful Hare Krishna shrine on the hillock is a fine blend of modern technology and spiritual harmony. It affords a fine view of the surroundings. A 65 ft tall shiva statue is one of the new attractions of the city.

The Fort:

It was originally a mud brick structure built by Kempegowda in 1537. Haider Ali and Tipu Sultan rebuilt the structure in the 18th century. Most of the fort was badly damaged during the wars with British.

Tipu Sultan’s Palace:

The construction of the palace was started by Haider Ali and completed by his son. Tipu Sultan in 1791. The wooden building resembling the Daria Daulat Bagh at Srirangapatnam and houses at museum.

Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium:

The modern planetarium was built in 1989. An attractive Musical Fountain with dancing waters is set opposite the planetarium.

Sri Gavi Gangadhareswara Temple:

The Shiva temple built by Kempe Gowda is famous for a unique event sunrise on ‘ Makar Sankranti’ ( 14th Jan.). The sun rays pass through an arch between the horns of the Nandi bull outside the temple and illuminates the idol of Lord Gavi Gangadareshwara inside the main shrine.

Dharamraja Temple (Nagarathpet):

It enshrines fine images of Lord Krishna and Sri Dharamaraja Swami, the hero of epic Mahabharta. The sacred shrine is also associated with the famous Karaga festival celebrated in March/April

Basavangudi or the Bull Temple:

It was built by Kempegowda on the Bugle Hill in Dravidian style. A large monolith of Nandi, the celestial bull measuring 4.57 metres in height and 6.10 meters in length is breathtaking.

St. Mary’s Basilica:

It was originally built in 1818, by Abbe Dubois and was transformed into a huge Gothic style church by Rev. Kleiner in 1882.

Ulsoor Lake:

It is one of the eight lakes built by Kempe Gowda around Bangalore. The 1.5 sq. kms has picturesque tiny islands and boating facilities are available.

Whitefield (16 Kms):

It is famous for the ashram of world renowned saint philosopher Sri Satya Sai Baba. The International Tech Park, one of the most modern and successful software tech parks of the country is also located here. This export oriented software centre has contributed immensely in making Bangalore the ‘IT Capital’ or the ‘Silicon Valley of India’.

Hesaraghatta Lake (25 kms):

The beautiful lake set amidst lush fertile landscape is famous for its boating and wind surfing facilities. The region teems with orchards, poultry and sheep farms. An Indo Danish dairy project has also been established here.

Nandi Hills (60 kms):

It was the summer resort of Tipu Sultan, who strengthened the existing fortifications on the hills in 18th century. Later on, it became a favourite resort of the British. There are two ancient temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and Amrita Sarovar Lake.

Nrityagrama (28 kms):

The unique experimental village is dedicated to the gurukula tradition of learning to revive the Indian classical dance and music. It is a winner of rural architecture award. Vasantha Habba, the annual festival celebrated here attracts a large number of visitors.

Muthyala Maduvu (Pearl Valley) (40 kms):

The scenic site is named after the small pool created by the waterfalls, which looks like a ‘pond of pearl’. There is also a small temple over here.

Bengaluru is a one of the best tourist destination among the South India and so many breathtaking place tourists can enjoy, so please take out your time and visit Bangaluru.


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