Some Impressions from IISc and South India

Inside IISc Bangalore Campus

IISc is about 6 km north-west of the center of Bangalore and has 5 km^2 campus with lush greenery. Two guest houses, a super-market and a restaurant are located on campus.

CDS Building 3CDS Building 1

CDS Building from east / CDS Building from west


IISc central administration building / Campus road

Centenary Visitors House

Centenary Vistors House (one of the guest houses known as CVH)


CVH 100 year sign / Interior of CVH with restaurant on bottom floor

Sights in Bangalore

Bangalore has a vibrant night life. Restaurants, bars, cafés and shops are just outside the campus from CVH.


Bangalore palace / Karnataka Government Building


Beer in 1522 bar close to CVH / World Trade Center in Bangalore next to Orion Mall (about 2km from IISc)


Evening life in Church Street / Single origin coffee from Black Baza Coffee

Sights around Bangalore


Mysore palace is around 100km from Bangalore to the south-west and is the second-most visited place in India after Taj Mahal


Halebidu temple / Tipu Sultan Palace


Historic Belur temple is about 220 km west of Bangalore


View from the way up to Shravanabelgola temple

Street Life


Near Kempegowda Metro Station / Road side food stands


Road scene / Ice cream outside Belur temple

South Indian Food

South indian food is mostly vegetarian!


Plain dosa for breakfast / A selection of starters

Kerala Sights

Kerala is the state south of Karnataka and has the nickname “God’s own country”. It is known for its beaches and backwater (canals and lakes). It can be reached by a 1 hour flight from Bangalore.


Kovalam beach / View from Kollam light house


Backwater near Munroe island / Sundown over Ashtamudi lake near Kollam


Typical Kerala road side near Poovar

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