The southern Indian city of Bangalore which now bears the name, Bengaluru is renowned the world over as the Silicon Valley of India as the city over the past few decades has become home to some of the largest and most well known Indian software companies like Infosys and Wipro which contribute a large chunk to the software exports of the country.
Bangalore is the third most populated city which aside from software is home to some of India’s most prominent public sector companies like Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL), Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML) and Hindustan Machine Tools (HMT) In addition to these companies the city also hosts the head quarters of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) which is the foremost organization of its type in the country.
Bangalore’s antecedents can be traced to a feudal lord called Kempe Gowda who founded the city in 1537. He christened the area which is today known as Old Bangalore, ‘Gandu Bhoomi’ or land of heroes after an incident wherein his dog was attacked by a rabbit. Gowda established a fortification on the land with the help of the local king and Bangalore continued to be ruled for the next three hundred years by a succession of local rulers until 1831 when it was annexed by the British colonists. The British took a fancy to Bangalore as it was blessed with a year round pleasant climate...Read More that reminded them of ‘home’ and they soon established their administrative capital in the city. They then went about modernizing the city according to their needs and built railway lines, communication systems along with imposing buildings and many verdant parks.
After Indian dependence in 1947, Bangalore continued to maintain its prominent position in the Indian economy and today this city which is the capital of the state of Karnataka is well known the world over as an important center for the global I.T. industry.
In spite of its important position in the Indian economy, Bangalore until recently didn’t have a truly international airport and many business visitors to the city used to fly into Mumbai and connect to a domestic flight which transported them to Bangalore. However all this has changed now as the city is equipped with its brand new Bengaluru International Airport which was commissioned on 23rd May 2008 and now welcomes most of the world’s major international carriers like Singapore Airlines Qantas, Emirates, Lufthansa, Sri Lankan, Air Mauritius, British Airways along with a whole host of domestic carriers.
If you have a visit to Bangalore planned anytime soon then you should be aware that your journey from a US city is likely to extend over 20 hours as the journey is bound to include a connection in Europe or elsewhere en-route. Such a journey can be extremely exhausting especially if you are traveling to Bangalore for work. Under these circumstances it would then be prudent to consider hunting down a cheap business class airfare to Bangalore as taking a business flight will help you avoid most of the inconveniences that usually characterize a long haul journey in coach class.
Not only would your discount business class fare to Bangalore ensure that you travel in absolute comfort of the business class cabin of a carrier, the ticket would likely also have all the perks of regular business class like mileage accrual and choice of seat selection.
Most people tend to believe such cheap business class fares to Bangalore do not really exist or are the privilege of a lucky few. However this is not so and if you at all follow the airline industry you would be aware that airlines themselves often offer sales on their business class cabins and announce business class discounts to customers who are their frequent flyers or who chose to receive their periodic newsletters. Nowadays they also use the internet extensively to promote these cheap business flights.
However if you are not savvy about the airline industry procedure but would like to travel business class to Bangalore then your best bet is an airfares consolidator. An airfares consolidator usually has access to a wide range of discount business class fares as he/she has exclusive consolidator contracts with various airlines. These consolidator contractors enable a consolidator to procure discount business class airfares on several airlines. The airlines award consolidators these contracts because the consolidators ensure them regular and repeat business as they transact in huge volumes. This makes an airfares consolidator an ideal channel for a cheap business class fare and this is whom you should target in your quest for a discount business class fare to Bangalore
Bangalore unlike other Indian cities actually has a climate which is quite agreeable all year round. The elevated location of Bangalore somewhat shields it from the scorching sun though in recent years summer temperatures between May and June have been known to touch 36–37 °C (100 °F). However winter temperatures are a pleasant 15°C. Thus the period between the months of December to February is the ‘best’ time to visit the city.
For a busy metropolis, Bangalore has quite an adequately developed public transport system which is made up of auto-rickshaws (three wheeled public carriers) , buses and trains. Metered taxis in Bangalore have to be called for and cannot be hailed on the street. Most hotel concierges will help you call for one though taxis in Bangalore are operated by several private companies. The city is also reasonably well equipped with a wide range of hotels to suit every budget. Some of the popular hotels located in Bangalore include properties the Taj West End Hotel, the Leela Palace, the Oberoi Hotel and the Park Hotel though hotels in Bangalore have high occupancy rates due to the constant stream of visitors that arrive in the city. This fact actually prompted the software company, Infosys to put up its on hotel on its premises in order to avoid paying exorbitant rates for rooms for their guests.
Even though Bangalore is largely a business-centric city it does offer some sights for the avid sight-seer. The city is home to magnificent buildings like the Bangalore Palace which was built by Rev. Garrett, who was the first Principal of the Central High School in Bangalore. The Palace which was bought by the Maharaja of Mysore, Chamaraja Wodeyar in 1884 is an exponent of the Tudor style and is adorned with turreted parapets, fortified towers and arches.The Palace is especially known for its intricate woodwork, stained glass windows and paintings that were created by renowned Indian artist, Raja Ravi Verma.
The Bull Temple is another popular Bangalore attraction. This Southern Indian temple is known for its massive stature of bull which has been carved out of one single stone. The bull is believed to be the bull ‘Nandi’ which was the Hindu god, Lord Shiva’s vehicle.
Bangalore is dotted with many verdant parks but perhaps its most well known park is Cubbon Park a 300 acre park which is located in the heart of Bangalore city. This park was created over a hundred years ago by Sri John Meade who was the acting Commissioner of Mysore. Cubban Park is a lush verdant heaven in the heart of the city that contains more than 96 species of plants and trees.
Bangalore has a lot to offer for both the business as well as leisure visitor and if you are now considering a visit to this enchanting city then you should make sure you get yourself a cheap business class ticket which will help smooth your conduit to Bangalore and enhance the pleasure of your trip im Hide