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Bangalore

Bengaluru, the IT capital city of India has undergone a tremendous change in its appearance since it was founded by Kempe Gowda way back in the 17th century. It has transformed into a city of concrete and glass, filling in for places that was not so long ago green and full of water bodies. From a city where the inhabitants led a serene and relaxed life to a city that has people working round the clock catering to the population across the globe.

It is hard to imagine that not so far away from this complex maze of buildings lies a place that is far removed from the face of Bangalore. As one drives North out of the city, passing through Yelhanka, once a distant suburb of Bangaore and today an integral part of the city, further past the erstwhile Silk city of Doddballapur and onto the famous Ghati Subramanya temple, you get a glimpse of the “sprouting” concrete jungle along the way.

As the eyes start tiring of the view, the scenery undergoes a transformational change. The concrete structures give way to a vast expanse of green pasture, especially during the monsoons, with the Nandi Hills looming large in the background. You pass through small villages that sometimes make you wonder if this is the backyard of the Silicon city. Herds of cattle, flock of sheep and little children look at awe as your mechanized transport cuts through the peaceful and sleepy villages.

Then all of a sudden the traveler is jolted, the vehicle makes a sharp turn onto a muddy track that has more rocks and stones than mud and resembles the “rural” potholes of Bangalore roads. This last stretch leading to the Pegasus campus shakes one up in preparation of the experience that lies ahead. Lo and behold, the Pegasus campus, nestled amongst gently rolling hills on three sides with a water body to the North welcomes the weary passenger, to a Home that will be hers for the next few days.


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