Lalbagh Flower Show August 2015 Independence Day
|Lalbagh Flower Show - Mysore Maharaja in from of Bangalore Palace recreated with roses.|
The Lalbagh Flower Shows in Bangalore is organized twice a year, one during the month of January during the Republic Day and another event during the month of August to mark the Indian Independence Day. The flower show will commence much before the actual date of Independence and will be open to the visitors for at least 10 days. Visitors get two weekends to enjoy the show!
The flower show dedicated to Mysore Maharajas
|Bangalore Palace recreated using roses - Lalbagh Gardens Flower Show|
Every flower show in Lalbagh gardens will have a unique theme. That is what pulls the crowd from across the world. This year’s theme was the Bangalore Palace recreated uses colorful roses. These flower art were created in the Glass House section of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens, Bangalore.
Statues of Mysore Rulers
|Statues of Mysore Rulers made out of Plaster of Paris (PoP)|
There were nearly 6 statues of prominent rulers of Mysore State (including the one near the palace), all made out of Plaster of Paris (PoP) and decked with beautiful flowers. There were also information boards stating their contribution to their kingdom.
While the Bangalore Palace was the main theme this flower show, there were other exhibitions, hundreds of stalls and more. There was also a sand art of Dr. Abdul Kalam, farmer President of India, who recently expired at the age of 84.
|Statue of guard standing in front of Bangalore Palace made out of roses|
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Sandart of Dr. Abdul Kalam in Lalbagh Flower Show
All photographs labeled Lalbagh Botanical Gardens