Bengaluru Heritage Park to come up at Bugle Rock Park

INTACH Bangalore invites you to the Foundation stone-laying ceremony of Bengaluru Parampareya Udyaana (Bangalore Heritage Park), a one-of-its-kind, open air, garden museum showcasing urban heritage. It was conceived of as a theme park by the Government and has been conceptualised and designed as a heritage park by INTACH Bangalore.
The museum will highlight the art, architecture, culture and history of Bangalore. It is spread over the Bugle Rock Park, Bull temple area and Mallikarjuna Temple area.

Foundation stone-laying ceremony on:  2 September 2011, at 6.00 pm.

Location: In front of the Bull Temple, Basavanagudi (opposite BMS Engineering College)

Shri Sadananda Gowda, Honourable Chief Minister of Karnataka, will lay the Foundation stone, in the presence of other government dignitaries, people’s representative and authorities. We look forward to your presence at this event.

Update 2th September, 2 pm: The Foundation stone-laying ceremony of the Bengaluru Parampareya Udyaana (Bangalore Heritage Park) scheduled for this evening at 6:00 pm has been cancelled. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

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