While this city is known for being the IT Hub of India, those who have lived here know this city for many other things. Ashwath Kattes as neighbourhood public spaces, street markets ranging from MG Road to Russell Market to the yearly peanut fair, different activities happening in the grand Cubbon Park and Lal Bagh, walks conducted in multiple neighbourhoods and many more such things define the city. Scroll down to engage with the story of Everyday Bangalore.

The Peepul tree, also known as Ashvattha in Sanskrit Literature, as well as Bo or Bodhi tree in Buddhists contexts, is a type of a Fig tree (Ficus Religiosa) and the platform around it the katte.

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