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Bangalore (South of India) City Guide
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Medical Treatment Specialties in BANGALORE
Cardiovascular, Cosmetic, Dental Care, General Surgery, Vitiligo, etc.

Bangalore's Leading Hospitals & Clinics:
• Manipal Hospital Group
• Manipal Heart Foundation
• Wockhardt Hospital and Heart Institute
• Ayurvedagram Wellness Centre
• Narayana Hrudayalaya
• Noble Vitiligo Centre
• Apollo Hospitals
• Columbia Asia
• Ashtanga Yoga Research Institute, Mysore

Medical Standards and Accreditation:
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Indian Medical Association, Indian Health Care Federation, JCI.

Bangalore as a treatment city at a Glance:
Situated in southern India in the state of Karnataka, midway between the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean, this capital city of six million is India’s fifth largest and fastest growing.

Bangalore has so many nicknames that one might suspect a public relations agency was working overtime. Its many local parks and abundant flora have earned it the name “The Garden City”. As India’s centre for software production and outsourcing, Bangalore also qualifies as “India’s Silicon Valley”. Its rich array of produce, including grapes, mangoes, and guavas, has tagged Bangalore as “Fruit Market of the South.” Bangalore is also known as the “Stone City” for its abundant granite deposits.

To this list one might add “Healthcare City”, as Bangalore boasts the largest number of World health Organization-approved systems of medicine in a single city. Patients will find a broad array of established treatment centers, including Manipal Hospital and Wockhardt Hospital’s Centre for Cardiovascular Surgery. Over the past five years, the average success rate for cardiac surgeries performed in Bangalore’s eight cardiac care hospitals was 99.3 percent, on par with hospitals in US cities.

Bangalore is also India’s unofficial seat of alternative treatments, and patients seeking help off the beaten medical path will find a wide array of choice, including ultramodern allopathy, Ayurveda, holistic naturopathy, spa-based rejuvenation, yoga, and more.

About Bangalore City:
Located 1000 m above sea level, is a vibrant cosmopolitan city, a major industrial and commercial centre of the country. The city was founded by Kempe Gowda in the early 16th century. Two centuries later, it became an important fortress city under Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan. The ruins of those periods can still be seen on the Bellary Road, at Lal Bagh, Ulsoor and Gavi Gangadhareswar Temple.

Bangalore is a very happening city these days. What was once a quiet pensioner’s paradise, with beautiful gardens, sidewalks, cafes and a colonial air, Bangalore, today is buzzing with young techies, latest automobiles, neon lights, trendy lounges and bars and huge glass structures kissing the clouds.

Bangalore is India’s answer to the Silicon Valley, it generates maximum employment among all Indian cities-mainly due to the explosion of Information Technology in the 90s.Bangalore always was industrially inclined. Post independence, in the early 50s, Bangalore had evolved into a manufacturing hub for heavy industries such as Hindustan Aeronautics Limited and Indian Space Research Organization.

Access by Air:
Bangalore international Airport, known as 'HAL Airport' is situated on Airport Road and well within the city- about 6 kms from MG Road -the city centre. A busy Airport with over 70 international and domestic flight landings everyday, this airport is divided into two terminals. Terminal I contain the Departure lounge for the Domestic Flights and Terminal II is for Arrival of Domestic Flights. International Terminal handles Departure and Arrival of International flights. The airport is a major hub in South Zone for traveling and for the feeder routes. Flights operating out / to Bangalore airports with other parts of India are to Mumbai, Cochin, Trivandrum, Chennai, New Delhi

The main flights operates are Indian Airlines and Air India. The Departure area contains elevators to take the luggage to the Indian Airlines/Air-India Counters. It also has Child Welfare Room. The security section is well appointed with cushioned chairs. Small refreshment counter and foreign exchange service counters are also present.

Access by Rail:
Regular train services connect Bangalore to all the major cities in India such as to Mumbai in Western India, New Delhi in North India, Cochin in South India, Kolkatta in East India etc.

Access by Road:
Bangalore’s National Highway connects it to the major cities of India. The National Highway connecting Bangalore is superbly made with long driving and motels in between kept while upgrading the highway for the welfare of the drivers in mind.

Location Map of Bangalore:

Unlike other parts of India which are extremely hot in the summer months, Bangalore enjoys a relatively mild climate year round. March to May (warmest months)
-  June to September (rainy - South-West Monsoon)
-  November to December (rainy - North-East Monsoon)
-  December to January (coldest months)

Highest maximum of 37 degree Celsius to lowest minimum of 14 degree

Sightseeing places in Bangalore:

Lal Bagh
, was laid out in the 18th century by Hyder Ali and his son, Tipu Sultan. Spread over an area of 240 acres, the park contains a variety of plants and trees, a deer park, and one of the largest collections of rare tropical and sub - tropical plants, in the country.

Cubbon Park
, laid out in 1864, a brainchild of the British, covers an area of 300 acres. Within its premises are the Public Library, the High Court, the Government Museum and the Visveswaraiah Technological & Industrial Museum.

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Vidhana Soudha,
is one of the most splendid architectural creations, India can boast of. Located at the north - west end of Cubbon Park, it is a granite structure built in the neo - Dravidian style of architecture.

: Visit Srirangapatnam, which is renowned as the capital of Mysore Rulers - Haider Ali and Tipu Sultan and also known for the bloody struggles against the British in the late 18th century. The southern entrance to the fort is the Mysore gate where about 10, 000 captives seized the opportunity afforded by Cornwallis’s in 1792 to break out of the city. Close by, to the west lies a picturesque Elephant gate and a marble slab which carries a fulsome Persian inscription. Also visit the Jami mosque which was built by Tipu Sultan and is a graceful affair with pierced minarets crowned by onion domes, containing narrow staircases. The circuit ends at the Garrison cemetery which is an appropriate place to contemplate the bloody history of Srirangapatnam.

Mysore : Once the capital of Wodeyar kingdom, Mysore is still one of the finest cities of southern India. The frangance city of sandalwood and jasmine, this city is a blend of palaces, temples and gardens. The City Palace, the seat of Wodeyar dynasty was built in 1897 and is a contrasting mixture of Indian and Victorian architectural style. Visit the well-laid out Brindavan Gardens which is worth a visit at night when it is floodlit. Other interesting places are the Zoological Gardens, Mysore Arts and Crafts Centre.

Suggested Hotels for stay at Bangalore during Medical Treatment

St. Marks Hotel is a centrally located Business Hotel located at Bangalore. The St. Marks Hotel has 7 floors and 96 units. There are 78 guest rooms with attached bath and shower, 18 executive suites with a drawing room and a bedroom. Plus direct dial telephones, individually controlled air-conditioning, 2 channel hi-fi music and cable color TV.

Other Facilities of the suggested hotel comprise:
++  Multi-cuisine Restaurant,
++  Conference and Banquet facilities,
++  Health Club,
++  Jacuzzi,
++  Sauna and Steam,
++  Hydrotherapy section for ladies,
++  Swimming Pool.

Suggested Service Apartment for stay at Bangalore during Medical Treatment

The suggested fully furnished service apartment is adjacent to the Hospital and has single or twin / double sharing air -conditioned rooms with attached W/C, running hot and cold shower facilities as well as common spacious lounge with TV / Hi Fi Music System / Telephone and attached kitchenette. Housekeeping services is provided by the Hospital.

General day-to-day catering is from the Hospital's hygienic kitchen with Hospitals in house dietitian (a product of world famous Oberoi Group of Hotels) as its incharge. There are take away restaurants as well as home delivery restaurants (good / neat and clean) nearby to the Hospital in an commercial areas from where you can order Indian / Continental or regional hygienic food.

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