Bangalore Fort, Bengaluru

Bangalore Fort is a UNESCO world heritage. It was begun in 1537 as a mud fort by Kempe Gowda and later converted into stone fort by Haider Ali in 1761. Though the place is quite small but visiting here was amazing.

Current Mani Gate of Bangalore Fort (sonesrs.blogspot.in)
Current Main Entrance of Bangalore Fort


Information about Bangalore Fort (sonesrs.blogspot.in)
Information about Bangalore Fort


Close view of Current Main Gate, Bangalore Fort (sonesrs.blogspot.in)
Close view of Current Main Entrance


Just after you Enter through Main Gate of Bangalore Fort (sonesrs.blogspot.in)
Just after you Enter through Main Gate


The Wooden Gate of the Bangalore Fort is Huge and Spiked (sonesrs.blogspot.in)
The Wooden Gate of the Bangalore Fort is Huge and Spiked


Inside the Bangalore Fort there is an old Lord Ganesha Temple (sonesrs.blogspot.in)
Inside the Fort there is an old Lord Ganesha Temple


Lord Ganesha's Vahan Mouse on front of the Temple, Bangalore Fort (sonesrs.blogspot.in)
Lord Ganesha's Vahan Mouse on front of the Temple


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There are several this kind of Entrance but not open for visitors


Guards resting place, Bangalore Fort (sonesrs.blogspot.in)
Resting place for Guards


Another Main Gate that is Closed for Now, Bangalore Fort (sonesrs.blogspot.in)
Another Main Gate that is Closed for Now


Stairs going Upwards, Bangalore Fort (sonesrs.blogspot.in)
Stairs going Upwards, not Open for Visitors


Hoysala Structure on the Wall along with Bypass Door, Bangalore Fort (sonesrs.blogspot.in)
Hoysala Structure on the Wall along with Bypass Door


Big Door inside Fort of Bangalore Fort (sonesrs.blogspot.in)
Big Door inside Fort between Front and Rear Entrance


Shiv Ling over the Wall of the Bangalore Fort (sonesrs.blogspot.in)
Shiv Ling on the Wall of the Bangalore Fort


Open lawn inside the Bangalore Fort (sonesrs.blogspot.in)
Open Lawn inside the Bangalore Fort


Open Lawn inside the Bangalore Fort (sonesrs.blogspot.in)
Open Lawn inside the Bangalore Fort


Different kind of Structures on the Wall of Bangalore Fort (sonesrs.blogspot.in)
Different kind of Structures on the Wall


Open Lawn Inside the Bangalore Fort (sonesrs.blogspot.in)
Open Lawn Inside the Bangalore Fort


Smiley on the wall of Bangalore Fort (sonesrs.blogspot.in)
Smiley is not Something New


Semi Circular Wall of the Bangalore Fort (sonesrs.blogspot.in)
Semi Circular Wall of the Bangalore Fort


Rear Main Entrance of Bangalore Fort (sonesrs.blogspot.in)
Rear Main Entrance of Bangalore Fort


Bangalore Fort (sonesrs.blogspot.in)
Resting Places for Guards of the Main Gate, Bangalore Fort


Rear Main Gate of Bangalore Fort is Closed for Now (srsphotos.blogspot.in)
Rear Main Gate of Bangalore Fort is Closed for Now


Open Lawn inside the Bangalore Fort
Open Lawn inside the Bangalore Fort


How to Reach Bangalore Fort:

Bangalore Fort is well connected by public transportation, such as Bus (BMTC), Auto.
Bangalore Fort is in KR Market and around 3 km from Kempegowda Bus Station.

Location on Map for Bangalore Fort, Bengaluru

Traveling Tips:

There is no entry fee for all
Open on all the day 8:30am to 5:00pm
Photography is allowed without any charges
45 to 60 minutes should be enough to complete your visit

See Also:

Tipu Sultan Summer Palace is walk-able distance from here.
Nandi Hills, Bengaluru: the Hill of Happiness
Golconda Fort, Hyderabad: Built on a 120 meter high Granite Hill


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