Monday, May 30, 2016

Rangoli-Metro Art Centre

Good initiative by BMRLC in creating public space for cultural excellence.
There you see the Market space, Friendship Point, Walkway space, Play area for kids, Auditorium, Information wall, Open are for outdoor performances,and lot more.

                                                    Entrance of M.G.Road Metro Station

                                                    Ongoing painting exhibition 

It has three art galleries Vismaya, Chaya, Belaku. One can exhibit their art paying a nominal rent.

Friendship Point

Beautiful Art isn't it!

Beautiful wall painting
This is  an open area for outdoor performances

                                                       Such a magnificient weaving
Colourful weaving using scrap fabric , you can see the nylon threads hanging from top.

Dont forget to pay a visit if you are in and around M.G.Road

Sunday, May 22, 2016

Tippu's Summer Palace

Close to Krishnarajendra market stands this beautiful summer palace of Tippu. One of the must see places if you reside in Bangalore.

View of Palace
The entire palace is built of teak wood, stone and plaster, laid on a stone plinth. It is a two storied building, upper chambers and balconies can be accessed by four staircases.
The central part is a hall where affairs of State was conducted.

Pillars with beautiful carvings

Ragigudda Sri Prasanna Anjaneyaswamy Temple

One of the beautiful temples in Bangalore located at 9th Block Jayanagar. It is believed that a big heap of Ragi millet turned out to become a stone , hence the name Ragigudda.

                                                                   Way to temple

Though the temple is dedicated to Hanuman, this also hosts Shivaling, Rama, Lakshmana, Seeta along with small temples for Lord Ganesha, Navagrahas, Rajarajeshwari at the base of the hillock.

Sunday, May 15, 2016

Ennegayi curry

Learnt one of the authentic dishes of Karnataka, Ennegayi curry.
Thanks sissy for guiding.

Here are the ingredients:
Make a slice without completely cutting the brinjal.

Mix the ingredients using tamarind paste and little water.

Cooker hardly needs a whistle to cook.

And your Ennegayi is ready to be served.