“Vibrant Blossoms and Literary Tribute: The 215th Lalbagh Flower Show 2024 Honoring Vishwaguru Basavanna

Lalbagh Flower Show 2024; The 215th Lalbagh Flower Show based on Vishwaguru Basavanna and reciting Literature is being held in Lalbagh Botanical Garden of the state capital Bangalore from January 18 to 28 and is attracting a huge number of people.

Lalbagh Flower Show 2024

BANGALORE (Jan 19): The 215th Flower Show of Vishwaguru Basavanna and his reciting Literature is being held from January 18 to 28 at Lalbagh Botanical Gardens in the state capital and is attracting huge crowds.

Anvabha Mandapam is built with more than 30 lakh flowers of about 70 varieties of flowers. Through this, an attempt has been made to convey all the messages of Basavadi Sharan of the 12th century to the people. In addition to this, flowers and fruits are grown by the horticulture department. Information about the purpose of the department etc. is being given in this exhibition.

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah along with Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar inaugurated the Republic Day Fruit Flower Show at Lalbagh Glasshouse on behalf of the Horticulture Department.

The chief minister appreciated that the fruit flower show was organized with the aim of introducing Basavadi Sharan who fought for the construction of a caste, class, superstition, and prejudice-free society in the 12th century.

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Outdoor attractions:

At six selected locations in Lalbagh, LED displays have been arranged to provide pictorial information to complement Basavadi Sharan’s darshan, reciting literature. On either side of the entrance door of the glass house are attractive pictures of Basavanna and Anubhava Mandapam mounted in a bamboo frame.

Selfie Point:

10 selfie points with pictures of Basavanna and Basavadi Sharan in palm tree design and selected verses were unveiled at the botanical gardens. The main attraction is the arches that form the vertical garden near the four main entrances. Gardening enthusiasts can get seeds, fertilizers, seedlings, tools, technical information, etc. here.

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Online Ticket Booking Facility;

This is the first time that the Karnataka State Horticulture Department has introduced an advance ticket booking system for fruit and flower show viewing. In the booking system internet banking, UPI, PhonePay, GooglePay, Paytm, etc payment systems are provided in all modes and tickets can be booked easily.

Priority to Safety:

The safety of the public is given top priority at the show. Doorframe metal detectors are installed at the four main doors and glass house entrances. Suspicious persons are being screened through handheld machines at gates, glass houses, and key areas. 136 cc cameras have been installed everywhere in the park for surveillance. Police, home guards, security guards, and volunteers have been appointed.

Free Entry for School Children:

School children from 1st to 10th standard will be given free entry if they come in uniform (except on holidays). Entry fee is ₹ 80 for adults on normal days, ₹ 100 for holidays, and ₹ 30 for children below 12 years on all days. Access is provided daily from 6 am to 7 pm. (((The use of plastic is completely prohibited).

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