Sharing photo captures from our recent trip to Namma Bengaluru! We showed the kids Vidhana Soudha, Cubbon Park, and the Dodda Ganapati Temple in Basavanagudi.
Namma Bengaluru (Kannada) = Our Bangalore (English)
The rest are some street photography from Namma Bengaluru (Our Bangalore) and a few food photos…
The traffic, the people, the constant movement- these are things I am so used to but were all new and unknown to my kids. Seeing things through my kid’s eye makes it all brand new and these Bengaluru Photos will remain in their memory for a long time.
We loved eating corn on the cob from the streetside vendors. I love them with just salt and lime and Nidhi simply could not get enough of it! Another favorite for us for Vidhana Soudha. It has definitely changed since I saw it in my childhood but isn’t that true for everything we remember?
I took tons of Bengaluru photos during our recent India vacation. Tons and tons! I tried not to overwhelm you, but this still turned out to be a long post…
We enjoyed a lot of home-cooked meals- mom’s food is always the best! But of course, we went out and tried new restaurants and cuisines and enjoyed the exploration.
For those of you that are new here- I was born in Nashville, but grew up in Bangalore and now live in Minnesota. For me, home is both Bangalore and Minnesota 🙂
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Hi I’m Smitha! I live in Minnesota with my husband and two daughters. You’ll always find me painting florals in my sketchbook. And I love the sheer joy of making something with just my hands! But my bigger love is capturing it all on camera Read more.
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