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Bangalore Mini Guide
Bangalore is the third biggest city in India and state capital of Karnataka. It became the state capital after independence and continued to flourish after. Mumbai
is the biggest city in India with New Delhi
the second largest by population.
Today it is one of the world's fastest growing urban areas. Nevertheless Bangalore is also a very green city with many beautiful parks which have earnt it the nickname of the Garden city. Bangalore is best known however for being the Silicone Valley of India such is the level of computing and IT expertise in the city. It is also regarded as one of the hippest parts of India for this reason, and has a reputation for being liberal and forward thinking.
Bangalore is also known as Bengaluru and there were early records of the place name found in a temple in the ninth century. Car hire Bangalore is a great way of getting around this city and having your own car is like a small bubble of sanity on the Indian roads. We have comfortable and reliable air conditioned vehicles for all occasions.
The warmest months in Bangalore are between February and May, although Bangalore has a reputation for being one of the milder cities in India climate wise. From June to August is the height of the monsoon season and you can expect much wind and rain, making a car and ideal way to travel, especially if you rent a four by four. For those who prefer to pick their car up at arrival, check out our all inclusive deals for car hire Bangalore airport too.
- The next big event in the Hindu calendar is Varamahalakshmi which falls on the 11th of August. On that day, women make offerings to the goddess Lakshmi for good fortune in the year ahead. Offerings of cash, jewellery or other valuables will ensure that debts are paid off and the new year starts favourably. Watch out for the usual feasts and musical celebrations that accompany the festival. All are welcome to join in.