A well-deserved end-of-year honoree would be the poshest area in Bangalore. The poshest area is not just a geographical concept but also one of identity. The role of the poshest area in Bangalore is different from those in other cities because there is no uniformity or notion of what is the ‘posh’ or ‘unfriendly’ section of any place. There are numerous factors that come into play when you consider the poshest area in Bangalore. It all boils down to personal taste and location, as with every city. And, for some places, it can be much more than that! So, let’s have a look at where the poshest area of Bangalore is located – and if there is any way to avoid being the target audience for some places.
The most beautiful part of Bangalore
This is the best part of Bangalore. It is the only part of the city where construction workers do not come across water tanks and other basic building blocks. It is famous for its temples and temple parks, as well as for the sunset goddesses and their stupas and stilton. The other most beautiful part of Bangalore is Thiruvalluvar Hill (Thiruvalluvar Park), which is also known as the ‘poshest area of Bangalore’.
The poshest area is also known for being one of the skinniest places in India
The poshest area of Bangalore is also known for being one of the skinniest places in India. In fact, the total length of the streets in the poshest area of Bangalore is more than that of the rest of the city! And, compared to the rest of India, the length of the streets in the poshest area is a lot shorter!
People from all over the world come to Bangalore for its culture and natural beauty
Thought to be one of the ‘most beautiful’ places in the world’s language, Bangalore has a plethora of tourist attractions worth visiting. It has world-renowned art and architecture, world-renowned archaeological sites, world-renowned religious sites, as well as world-renowned tourist attractions. While most tourists visit the temples and parks of the poshest area of Bangalore, there are also numerous other attractions worth visiting such as the Great Indian Festival (Thiruvithi), the awe-inspiring vistara (lingam), Sallu varalaya (old town), and many, many more.
Indians are the majority here and they make up 70% of the workforce
This one is a surprise – Indians make up more than 70% of the workforce in the poshest area of Bangalore. That is right, the people of Bangalore are actually more than 90% Indian!
There is only one poshest area in Bangalore and that’s it
The poshest area in Bangalore is a little more than 100 acres in size. As you can see from the pictures, the entire area is made of coconut trees, per soaking. There is no irrigation or other maintenance of any kind in the poshest area so one can see how the entire area is almost uninhabited.
Worth a visit? Go with your heart!
One of the most popular attractions in the poshest area of Bangalore is Thiruvalluvar Hill (Thiruvalluvar Park). It is located in the South and is one of the most popular tourist attractions of the poshest area. The entire area is almost entirely made of coconut trees and the surrounding mountains are almost all white. The picture gallery of the attractions at Thiruvalluvar Park can be found here.
The most beautiful part of Bangalore is its Shivali Red Fort. The skinniest place in the city is Satpura. The most famous event in the city is Republic Day. People from all over the world come to Bangalore to experience its culture and natural beauty. Indians make up 70% of the workforce and they make up 60% of the government jobs. There is only one poshest area in Bangalore and that’s it. Worth a visit? Go with your heart!