Puravankara Plots is a major tourist attraction of Bangalore and has immense popularity among the tourists. The story behind this is that Lord Krishna is said to have entered the Garden of Versailles and spent his time there painting on the walls of the famous chapel. He returned back to India with the rest of his team following a divine command. However, these were not all as there are many other stories attached to it.
The Wonder of Bangalore Puravankara Plots
In one of the stories, it is told that Lord Krishna took up a vow of chastity and converted to the Deva-Raja Yama, the king of gods. There are many myths associated with Lord Krishna and the reason why most of the artists associated with him depict his love and devotion in the form of paintings is because all the artworks made by him to contain these symbols. The most famous painting in the world by an artist called Mahatma Gandhi, “The Battle of Vermilion” depicts a scenario where Mahatma Gandhi, armed with a sword and helmet, faces a thousand armed soldiers. This painting though depicts a historical battle, the underlying message that is portrayed is that war is not the end but a journey towards happiness.
All in all, Puravankara Plots in Bangalore is replete with symbols that can stir the emotion of any person at any point of time. You will feel a deep connection when you see them for the first time. They say that without knowing it you are connected to the Lord. They help you understand your life and give a fresh and different view of things. So don’t miss out on this opportunity.