Yesvantpur is a famous locality in Banglore, the IT and Education City of India and one of the largest metropolises in the Southern part of the country. The city offers an amalgamation of modern and traditional cultures and is one of the most peaceful cities in India. It is home to renowned educational and research institutions including IIM(B), National Institute of Design and National Institute Of Mental Health And Neurosciences. The locality of Yesvantpur is quite close to some of famous sites in Bangalore, including the Iskon Temple, Jai Prakash Narayan Park and Rockline Mall etc.
Yesvantpur Junction Railway Station
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Located in the north western part of Bangalore city, the Yesvantpur Railway junction is one the three stations that cater to the needs of the rail passengers in the metropolis. The station is a major stop for all Hubli bound trains and has 6 platforms. Of these six, the 3rd platform is generally used by trains passing through the station, while the remaining platforms are mostly reserved for trains originating from the station.
Being a prominent station in a major metro city, there is a constant demand for serving meals on train in Yesvantpur Jn Station. The station is well connected by a network of local buses and the Bangalore Metro also passed has one of its stops near the station. The station also boasts of 6 non-AC retiring rooms and 12 reasonably priced dormitories.
Cuisine Of Yesvantpur
Like most other parts of Bangalore city, Yehsvantpur also boats of an extremely peaceful and multicultural environment. So even though the cuisine is predominantly south Indian, there are traces of other cultures and cuisines in the everyday food and life of the people, who generally enjoy this great variety of taste and aroma of different dishes.
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The city offers a wide variety of dishes for both vegetarian and non-vegetarian lovers. Bisibele Bhath, Rava Idlis, Uppittu and Phall which is a spicy chicken/meat curry are some of the famous dishes that people love to have. In addition there are numerous restaurants and food joints specializing in various North Indian delicacies and popular international cuisines.
Culture Of Yesvantpur
Like most other parts of Bangalore city, Yesvantpur is inhabited mostly by well educated people with open mindsets. There is a significant influence of western lifestyle on the dwellers in terms of their social and personal lives. Being a major IT hub, the people of the city are also known to be technically far ahead than their fellow countrymen in general. The local people also display an affinity for art and literature and this is evident from the various cultural and literary programs that are organized in the city on a regular basis. The people also enjoy both contemporary and traditional forms of music, dance and theatre and this makes for an extremely diverse cultural scenario that is widely appreciated and enjoyed.