Puravankara Plaques

If you are wondering about the name Purva Plots, it comes from the word “pra” for “king”. It was in the 17th century that the first Puravankara Piles was built by the people of King Edward IV. These were built in a style of an Indian fort and the symbol used on the plaques is the emblem of the British India.

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The city was used by the British during the rule of Queen Victoria, and some of her favorite places like Lord Ganesha Temple and Jantar Mantar were built by them. Puravankara is famous for its temples and is one of the oldest areas in Bangalore. Even today, you can see the characteristic features of the area. You will find many Mughal Gardens and some other monuments here.

There are different types of Puravankara plaques available in the market. They have all the characteristics of royalty. In the past few years, these plaques were designed according to the concept of mosaic tiles. The stones used are very large, and you will find that each and every single stone have a meaning. There are some sites which have been restored to their original state. add these plaques to your wall at home.

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