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Vellore To Bangalore Taxi Per Km Rate

Vehicle Type Model Seater Per Km Rate
HATCHBACK Indica / Swift / Similar* 4 11
SEDAN Dzire / Etios / Indigo / Similar* 4 15
SUV Xylo / Innova / Enjoy / Similar* 6 19
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History of Vellore

Vellore has seen a plethora of dynasties stake claim over it such as the Cholas, Pandyas, Vijayanagar, Pallavas, Hoysalas, Chalukyas, Sambhurvarayars, Rashtrakutas, Carnatic dynasty, Mughals, Bijapur Sultans, Marathas, French and British. The history of Vellore dates back to the 9th century as depicted in Chola inscriptions in the Annamalaiyar Temple in Tiruvannamalai.

There are inscriptions found from before the 9th century pointing to the rule of the Pallava kings. The Chola Kings took the reins from 850 to 1280. After the Cholas, came the Rashtrakutas, the later Cholas, Reddys and Vijayanagar kings. During the 17th century, Vellore came under the dominion of the Nawab of Carnatic. The Palaiyakkarar or poligars opposed British rule but were subdued.

Vellore finds itself etched on the annals of the Indian freedom struggle in that the Sepoy Mutiny of 1806 which took place inside Vellore fort is held as the forerunner of the Revolt of 1857. After Indian independence in 1947, Vellore became a part of the erstwhile Madras state. Currently, Vellore is climbing the ladders of industrialisation while also developing into a medical and educational hub

Most popular places to visit at vellore

Vellore has seen a plethora of dynasties stake claim over it such as the Cholas, Pandyas, Vijayanagar, Pallavas, Hoysalas, Chalukyas, Sambhurvarayars, Rashtrakutas, Carnatic dynasty, Mughals, Bijapur Sultans, Marathas, French and British. The history of Vellore dates back to the 9th century as depicted in Chola inscriptions in the Annamalaiyar Temple in Tiruvannamalai.

There are inscriptions found from before the 9th century pointing to the rule of the Pallava kings. The Chola Kings took the reins from 850 to 1280. After the Cholas, came the Rashtrakutas, the later Cholas, Reddys and Vijayanagar kings. During the 17th century, Vellore came under the dominion of the Nawab of Carnatic. The Palaiyakkarar or poligars opposed British rule but were subdued.

Vellore finds itself etched on the annals of the Indian freedom struggle in that the Sepoy Mutiny of 1806 which took place inside Vellore fort is held as the forerunner of the Revolt of 1857. After Indian independence in 1947, Vellore became a part of the erstwhile Madras state. Currently, Vellore is climbing the ladders of industrialisation while also developing into a medical and educational hub

History of Bangalore

Bangalore is third most populous city and 5th largest City in India. It is also known as the Garden City of India. Bangalore is often referred as Silicon Valley of India due to large number of technology companies established in the city.

Bengaluru derives its name from the Kannada words 'Benda Kalluru', which means the land of boiled beans. According to legend, once the Hoysala king Veera Ballara was lost his way during a hunting expedition. He met an old lady and she offered a humble meal of boiled beans to him. In order to show his gratitude, he named the place as Benda Kalluru.

The modern city of Bangalore was founded over 400 years ago by Kempe Gowda, the Vijayanagara Chieftain of Yelahanka. Bangalore gained prominence in the 18th century, when it became an important fort city under Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan of Mysore. This area witnessed the struggle between Tipu Sultan and the British. The British defeated Tipu Sultan and took over Bangalore city. In 1831, the British made it the regional administrative city and established a big cantonment here.

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Most popular places to visit at bangalore

  • Visweswaraiah Industrial and Technological Museum (VITM) - At a distance of 5 km from Bangalore City Railway Station
  • Lalbagh Botanical Garden - At a distance of 6 km from Bangalore City Railway Station
  • ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) Temple Complex - At a distance of 6 km from Bangalore City Railway Station
  • Bangalore Place - At a distance of 4 km from Bangalore City Railway Station
  • Tipu Sultan's Palace or Tipu's Summer Palace - At a distance of 3 km from Bangalore City Railway Station
  • the Dodda Ganapathi Temple or Basavanagudi Ganesh Temple - At a distance of 6 Kms from Bangalore City Railway Station
  • Basavanagudi Nandi Temple - At a distance of 5 km from Bangalore City Railway Station
  • Vidhan Soudha - At a distance of 3.5 km from Bangalore City Railway Station
  • Bilikal Rangaswamy Betta - At a distance of 75 km from Bangalore City Junction, 16 km from Kanakapura & 112 km from Mysore
  • Skandagiri - At a distance of 61 km from Bangalore City Junction and 5 km from Chikballapur
  • The Cubbon Park - At a distance of 4 Kms from Bangalore City Railway Station
  • The Karnataka Government Museum - At a distance of 4 Kms from Bangalore City Railway Station
  • Sri Banashankari Temple - At a distance of 8.5 Kms from Bangalore City Railway Station
  • the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium - At a distance of 3 Kms from Bangalore City Railway Station
  • The Tipu's Fort - At a distance of 3 Kms from Bangalore City Railway Station
  • Sri Gavi Gangadhareswara Temple - At a distance of 5 Kms from Bangalore City Railway Station
  • Ulsoor Lake is a man-made lake - At a distance of 7.5 Kms from Bangalore City Railway Station
  • Bannerghatta National Park - At a distance of 23 km from Bangalore City Railway Station
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