The Lalbagh botanical gardens were set up by Haidar Ali, the ruler of Mysore, in 1760. Tipu sultan added a large number of plants and trees from many countries. Currently there are over 1800 species of flora spread on the 97 hectares of the gardens. The gardens are located in the southern part of the Bangalore, about 4 km from Vidhana Soudha and MG Road. Lalbagh is open from 6am to 7pm.
01 Maharaja statue 02 Maharaja statue 03 Panorama view 04 Meadow and band stand gazebo
05 Band stand gazebo 06 Tree 07 Walkway and trees 08 Pink flower bush 09 Pink flower bush
10 Orange flower 11 Lalbagh lake 12 Lotus pond 13 Stone quarry and Kempe Gowda tower
14 Fruit stall 15 Fruit stall 16 Fruit hawker 17 Glass house 18 Glass house
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