Lalbagh Flower Show 2019 Is Here To Make Your Independence Day A Colorful One

by Sanjana Shenoy
Lalbagh Flower Show 2019 Is Here To Make Your Independence Day A Colorful One

Bangalore Machas! Here’s something that will get you uber excited! One of the most iconic places of Bangalore, Lalbagh Botanical Garden is hosting it’s annual Independence Day Flower Show, celebrating the Garden City’s contribution to science and botany. This year’s Lalbagh flower show will be held in honor of Jayachamrajendra Wadiyar. He was not only the last ruler of the State of Mysore but also its first governor. So this year’s flower show commemorates his 100th birth anniversary.

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What’s In It?

Vibrant floral displays of Jayachamrajendra’s favorite musical instruments and the majestic Jayachamrajendra Circle of Mysuru will also be recreated at the Lalbagh glasshouse. And that’s not all, the Maharaja’s significant contributions to his kingdom in the fields of literature, education, and sports will be showcased in his glory at the Lalbagh Flower Show.

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Visitors can witness his interactions with world leaders like Queen Elizabeth II and Sardar Patel. The Lalbagh Flower Show 2019 is a great event for nature lovers to engulf themselves in a floral extravaganza, attended by hundreds of people across Karnataka.

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What Else?

Get your cameras and capture loads of Insta-Worthy moments at this horticultural festival of Bangalore. If you’re looking to spend some quiet time with bae, marveling at nature’s wonders while escaping the city shor and traffic, then we recommend you plan your weekend date at the Lalbagh Flower Show.

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With over 13 lakh flowers used to create incredible flower installations to enhance the royal theme at Lalbagh, as well as an exotic display of rare insectivorous and carnivorous plants, the Lalbagh Flower Show should definitely be on your go-to list this long weekend.

Also Read: Visit The Lalbagh Botanical Garden in Bengaluru

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9th August 2019 to 18th August 2019
Mavalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560004
9 am to 6 pm
Rs. 20 onwards