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          EDUCATIONAL FIELD TRIPS 2011-2012 (Tentative Schedule)

                 SECONDARY SECTION

S.NO

CLASS

NAME OF THE PLACE

DATES

PROBABLE DATES

1

6 ABCDE

TULIP RESORTS

31.10.11

2

7 ABCDE

NANDI HILLS

20.09.11

3

8 ABCDE

MYSORE

06.09.11

4

9 ABCDE

WONDERLAA

23.08.11

5

10 ABCDE

SHIVAGANGE

27.09.11

6

11 ABCD

WONDERLAA/ TATA SILK FARM

08.08.11

7

12 ABCD

BELUR HALEBIDU SHRAVAN BELGOL/ MCF HASSAN

13.09.11

14.09.11

 COMMITTEE MEMBERS

1.Mrs.Ambika.J

2.Mr.V.L.Vernekar

3.Mr.G.M.Chavan

4.Mr.T.Baranidharan

5.Ms.Mandakini

 

Places / institutions available within 100 kms for study tours

 

Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium
Among the tourist attractions in Bangalore, the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium is a must to see during vacation in Bangalore. Visiting any of the shows here gives you a good view as well as factual knowledge on astronomy. Easily accessible from any corner of the city, the planetarium hosts daily shows of astronomy. It is a fascinating experience for the children.
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Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium
Among the tourist attractions in Bangalore, the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium is a must to see duri

 

Tipu Sultan,s Palace - Tipu Sultan

Within the original citadel, a mudbrick fort built by Kempe Gowda in 1537, lies Tipu Sultan's Palace, dating from about 1790. Made mostly out of wood with finely embellished balconies, Pillars and arches this two-storeyed structure, a replica of the Daria Daulat Bagh in Srirangapattana served as a summer retreat of Tipu sultan. He endearingly called it Rashk-e-Jannat, or the "Envy of Heaven". Although now dilapidated, it is still a hauntingly atmospheric place. While the palace retains the original elegant teak pillars, most of the painted decorations have been destroyed. The palace housed the public administrative offices from 1831, until they were shifted to the Attara Kacheri in 1868.

ng vacation in Bangalore. Visiting any of the shows here gives you a good view as well as factual knowledge on astronomy. Easily accessible from any corner of the city, the planetarium hosts daily shows of astronomy. It is a fascinating experience for the children.

 

Gavi Gangadhareshvara Temple
One of Bangalore's oldest temples, the Gavi Gangadhareshvara temple was built inside a natural cave in Gavipuram by Kemoe Gowda in the 16th Century. Legend has it that Kempe Gowda built this temple in gratitude after being released from his five-year imprisonment by Rama Raya. The highlights here are the Granite Pillars two of which support huge discs representing the sun and the moon, while the other two are topped by a Nandi Sankranti Festivals to witness a unique phenomenon of the evening sun's rays passing between Nandhi's horns and falling directly on the linga inside the cave.

Bull Temple
This is Typical Dravidian Style Temple Built by Kempe Gowda. This has a Monolith bull 4.5m height and 6.5m long. The popular story is that the temple was built to appease a vagrant bull, which persisted in devouring all the groundnuts in the surrounding fields despite the villager's efforts to keep it bay. The fascinating bull Temple was built and the bull apparently took the hint and stayed away from the groundnuts. The thankful farmers continue to hold a Groundnut fair (Kadalekayi parishe) near the temple premises every year to show their gratitude.

Iskcon Temple
This is one of the most popular and sought after destinations in the region. The fantastic temple building, the gorgeous deities of the lord Sri Radha Krishna and the pure spiritual atmosphere make the pilgrimage a lasting memory. This temple attracts people from national and international front every week.

 

Government Museum - Kasturba Gandhi Road
Established in 1866, this is one of the oldest museums in the Country. Housed in a red stucco Neo-Classical Building with Corinthian Columns, it has 18 sections with a fine collection of jewellery, miniature paintings sculpture, artifacts from Mohenjodaro and 5,000 years old neolithic relics. The Venkatappa Art Gallery, named after an early 20th century artist patronized by the wodeyar rules of Mysore, forms one wing of this museum. It has watercolours and paintings made in mysore style. These works still retain a greenish coating imparted by a finishing rub with jade. The Gallery also has a collection of leather puppets made of deer and fine sculptures from the satvahana, Hoysala and Vijayanagar periods.

 

Visveswaraiah Industrial and Technological Museum
This Museum is a tribute to the graet Sir M.Vishveshwariah, a Stateman who worked dedicatedly to bring science and technology to the common man. See an unconnected tubelight glow watch your voices as you speak, learn to make motion pictures, alarms etc. This museum has wonderful of Informations about the marvels of science.

 

Bangalore Palace
Built in 1880 at the exorbitant cost of one million rupees, the Bangalore Palace was modelled on Windsor Castle, completed with fortified towers and turreted parapets. It stands amid undulating lawns, partly converted into a formal garden with axial paths. Spreads over 13,700sq m (147,466 sqft) the palace fell into disrepair after 1949 when it was at the centre of an ownership dispute between the government and the ruling wodeyars. It has since been restored to the wodeyars and is now rented out as a popular venue for functions such as weddings and music concerts and film shoots. No Kannada movie is considered complete if a scene is not shot here.


 

 

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