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Urban Sketching – Karnataka High Court – Art is in Session

Last night’s rainfall washed all the trees and buildings in and around Cubbon Park. The heart of my city was in vivid mode. We met at the Karnataka High Court for our weekend Bangalore Urban Sketching. The two-storeyed, red building with white highlights stood out amongst the greenery all around. This building was constructed in 1869 for the Mysore High Court. It housed the eighteen public offices of Mysore Government, earning it the name of Attara Katcheri.

Urban Sketchers Meet | Bangalore Chapter

Seema Misra

Seema Misra undertakes freelance projects for illustrations, content creation, copywriting, and social media marketing through her blog Lonely Canopy. To unwind, she watches world cinema or travels across it. She talks to her plants and sometimes people as well. But more often than not … you will find her curled up in her favorite corner reading a book while sipping strong coffee.

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B Pradeep Nair

The high court and Vidhana Soudha are a few of remaining reminders of a glorious past. Unfortunately, in Bengaluru we don’t see many traditional architecture being preserved even while going ahead of modernisation.