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One of the oldest areas in Bangalore, Basavanagudi is a famous residential and commercial locality situated along Jayanagar’s borders in the South Bangalore. The name Basavangudi derives from the Bull Temple, which houses a monolithic idol of sacred Nandi Bull. ‘Basava’ signifies bull, while ‘gudi’ signifies temple. The locality’s main commercial street is home to several retail businesses, most of which are running since the 1920s and 1930s. Also, Basavanagudi is widely popular for eateries and has many historic food establishments. Restaurant Vidyarthi Bhavan is running since the pre-independence era in 1943 and is famous for Masala Dosa. Similarly, Benne Khali Dosa at Dwaraka Bhavan, Roti & curries at Roti Ghar, South & North Indian food at Shanti Sagar, and North Indian food at Gokul Veg are some special cuisines at well-known eateries here. Basavanagudi is also home to scenic and pleasant parks, such as Bugle Rock, M. N. Krishna Rao Park, Armugam Circle Park, T.R. Shamanna Park, Tagore Circle, and Dewan Madhav Rao Circle Park. Besides this, you can find various renowned educational institutes here that include The Indian Institute of World Culture, National College, National School, B.M.S. College of Engineering, Acharya Pathasala Public School, Bangalore High School, Gokhale Institute of Public Affairs, and many more. Tranquil natural environment, amiable conditions to run business, availability of quality educational facilities, and many other facilities inspire people to reside here. So, you can find here families comprising individuals of all age-groups residing here. And, the inhabitants of the locality choose to take care of their health on priority and look for advanced and convenient health & fitness services, such as physiotherapy at home.
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