Vidhana Soudha is a dignified shrine of Bangalore that was built in the year 1956. It is well-known holy landmark that was constructed on the Indian tradition style of architecture. It consists of four corners and each corner has four domes to entry into it. The main gateway of this monument is surrounded with the four headed lion that depicts the power of Indian sovereignty.
Among other attraction in this city, vidhana Soudha counts the most magnificent buildings that have a distinct appeal to attract the tourists. It is mostly most popular for housing the Legislative Chambers of the state government. It houses three hundred rooms of accommodate and twenty-two departments of the state government approximately. The building has a standard height of almost 46m that shows one of the most impressive structures in the city of Bangalore.
Vidhana Soudha of Bangalore boasts of fine Dravidian architecture which was built under the then chief minister of Karnataka, Mr. Kengal Hanumanthaiah, as a tribute to Indian temple architecture.
This monument was constructed purely out of granite and porphyry. Vidhana Soudha is decorated with four domes on its four corners beautifying the main gateway of the buildings is the Four-headed Lion, the national symbol of India.