Basavanagudi literally translated means ‘The temple of the Bull’. From a quaint village with a temple for the bull, it transformed into one of the oldest suburb of Maharaja’s Bengaluru & a literary hub.
One of the quaint neighborhoods in Bangalore, Basavanagudi was once home to some of the brightest minds of Karnataka—writers, thinkers, theater artists, and others.
On the eve of Kadlekai Parishe, however, the busy streets of Basavanagudi transform into village fair. The streets surrounding the temple are heaped with piles of peanuts-un-shelled, boiled, roasted...
Come join us and experience this lively atmosphere and sample nutty snacks along with delectable tales of local history, urban myths, and anecdotes.