About the walk

The British colonisation of Bangalore is most obvious in the city’s architecture (and in the names of some of the busiest streets in the city). The impact of British architectural influences is particularly apparent in MG Road and Cubbon Park, where countless Greco-Roman, classical and neo-classical structures lie hidden behind the rows of trees that Bangalore has become popular for.

On this walk for the students of the School of Architecture, RIT, we will discuss how architecture evolves over a period of time, and the sociological factors that affect this change.

 

This is a custom walk for the students of the School of Architecture, RIT Bangalore.

(This walk is not open to others)

 

Walk Time
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Walk Date
An Architectural Tour of MG Road and Cubbon Park
In Association with
Ramiah Institute of Technology, Bangalore
Saturday
27 Oct

Walk Leader

Samrudhi Sridharan
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Duration

03:00 pm - 06:00 pm

Meeting Time

Meeting Point

East Parade Church, MG Road, Bangalore

MediumEnglish, Hindi, Kannada, Tamil

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About the Walk

The British colonisation of Bangalore is most obvious in the city’s architecture (and in the names of some of the busiest streets in the city). The impact of British architectural influences is particularly apparent in MG Road and Cubbon Park, where countless Greco-Roman, classical and neo-classical structures lie hidden behind the rows of trees that Bangalore has become popular for.

On this walk for the students of the School of Architecture, RIT, we will discuss how architecture evolves over a period of time, and the sociological factors that affect this change.

 

This is a custom walk for the students of the School of Architecture, RIT Bangalore.

(This walk is not open to others)

 

Please Note

Medium: English

Contact at: +918296494127 (Samrudhi)

  • Please carry original student IDs.
  • Photography is allowed and encouraged.
  • Please carry drinking water.
  • No entry fees.
  • Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes, as the walk will last a couple of hours.

 

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