What a mouthful! But South Indian names are actually quite easy to remember, because they are like German: long agglomerations of short words.
I have no idea what it looks like today.
But back in the day (the “day” being around 2005) the Brindavan Gardens were a world-class sight to behold: a massive city garden with dozens and dozens of powerful water fountains, and in the evening, everything lit with intense colored lights.
Anyway, built along the Krishnarajasagara Dam in South India:
The gardens had so many fountains, there are not enough pixels in most cameras to capture them all:
And where there were no fountains, there were man-made rivers decorated with intense flowers and exotic trees:
And even some spectacular buildings:
I visited the park a few years later, and sadly, it had fallen into a terrible state of disrepair – not worth visiting at all. But a trip out there is still exciting, because there is a nearby village Bylakuppe with relocated refugees from Tibet – and in fact, it is the largest settlement of Tibet people outside of Tibet!