About Lal Bagh Bangalore
Originating from the royal roots, the Lal Bagh, situated in Bangalore, in the Indian state of Karnataka, was initially a private garden owned by Hyder Ali, one of the most popular rulers in Old Mysore, in the year 1760. The garden had the essence of Mughal designing during its first years of existence, but a lot of changes were made gradually by Tipu Sultan, son of Hyder Ali.
The garden saw more transformation after the British conquered the territory and implemented elements of horticulture, leading to its further developments, and by the 1856, it managed to earn the status of a government botanical garden.
Ever since that period, the Lal Bagh Botanical Garden has become a place of varied interest for people keen on learning about plants, its species and other aspects related to botany. The garden is a true representation of nature’s beauty, with lush green plants and a pollution free ambiance.
As on today, it is regarded as one of the most beautiful gardens in the East for its serene atmosphere, and rich variation offering people to study about various botanical agendas and artwork. It is not just a great place to spend time in for study of plants purpose, but also to refresh and rejuvenate oneself with the tranquility that the place offers.