Landscape Festival in Lalbagh Gardens Bangalore
The National Landscape Festival in Lalbagh Botanical Gardens was first of its kind in Lalbagh organized by the Department of Horticulture. The purpose of the Landscape festival was to present landscape ideas in urban environment.
Japanese Garden with Lord Buddha Statue
The Japanese Garden attempts to reproduce natural scenic beauty in a very intense way. The very essence of nature’s landscape is produced and recreated in a subtle, elegant manner often in limited space. The defining characteristics of a Japanese garden are its simplicity and naturalness.
In the above photograph is the perfectly carved Lord Buddha statue with the light projected to it.
The highlights were the Japanese Garden and Bonsai Gardens along with other landscape ideas and beautiful floral decorations. The above photographs shows simple landscape ideas with wood, stone and wool (land) combined.
The events like this in Lalbagh is a chance to see unseen flowers. Every event, especially during the flower, one can witness varieties of flowers and plants.
Plant inside Glass Bowl
The five day landscape festival was not only about landscape ideas but also varieties of flowers, plants and horticulture equipments. The weekend saw a large number of visitors in Lalbagh to witness the first ever landscape festival in the botanical garden.
Flower Pot Ideas
Parking was allowed inside the Lalbagh gardens for Rs. 50 per vehicle. Adults were charged at Rs. 40 per head and children below 10 years were charged at Rs. 10 per head.
Photo Credits: Random Photos