Indira Glass House
Dharwad’s historic past is quite fascinating , given the fact that even after 900 years have passed, the city still continues to mesmerize tourists bearing testimony to the architectural edifices. Indira Glass House Indira Glass House is a renowned tourist spot located at HDMC Garden premises at Vidyagiri in Dharwad - Hubli district of Karnataka which are standing tall. Dharwad experienced quite a few handovers in the span of 900 years beginning with Chalukya, Rastrakutas, Hoysala, Shatavahanas, Kadamba, Mughals, Vijayanagar rulers, Nababshahi, Peshwas and concluding with the rule of British East India Company. Dharwad is a district in the Dharwad – Hubli municipality in the state of Karnataka. The city is fast developing into a commercial hub like its close neighbor Bangalore, which is located barely at a distance of 425 kilometres away.
Despite the city’s urge to transform into a commercial and IT hub, Dharwad can’t shake off its tourist tag as it’s filled with tourist spots along with its twin city Hubli. Indira Glass House is a renowned tourist spot located at HDMC Garden premises at Vidyagiri in Dharwad - Hubli district of Karnataka. A magnificent edifice with tall glass buildings and the magnificent flower garden and shows, Indira Glass House was named after the honorable Prime Minister of India Smt. Indira Gandhi and was inaugurated by her. The Glass House remains open to visitors from 7:30 am in the morning till 7:30 pm in the evening all through the week. The glass buildings are popular for hosting exhibitions, programs and public events.
Many a renowned and charismatic person has been honoured on the premises of Indira Glass House on public gatherings and events. With marvelous garden lawns and a skating rink, Glass House is a popular retreat for visitors and local residents on weekends and holidays. With recent renovations and upgradations done, Indira Glass House is a splendid work of architecture with a laughing club launched on the premises which organizes laughing sessions in the morning every day. A visit to the Glass House in Hubli-Dharwad district is strongly recommended for those who haven’t visited Lal Bagh in Bangalore as both structures share a striking resemblance.