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Lalbagh flower show 2014, Bangalore Photos

Lalbagh flower show 2014, Bangalore Photos
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CM Siddaramaiah inaugurated Lalbagh flower show on August 8,  2014. The glass house showcase a replica of the Mysore palace and the  Dasara procession using three lakh Dutch roses. Elephants, horses and  soldiers made of flowers will be a 15-day effort of 25 creative people.
Lalbagh flower show 2014, Bangalore Photos
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CM Siddaramaiah inaugurated Lalbagh flower show on August 8,  2014. The glass house showcase a replica of the Mysore palace and the  Dasara procession using three lakh Dutch roses. Elephants, horses and  soldiers made of flowers will be a 15-day effort of 25 creative people.
Lalbagh flower show 2014, Bangalore Photos
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CM Siddaramaiah inaugurated Lalbagh flower show on August 8,  2014. The glass house showcase a replica of the Mysore palace and the  Dasara procession using three lakh Dutch roses. Elephants, horses and  soldiers made of flowers will be a 15-day effort of 25 creative people.
Lalbagh flower show 2014, Bangalore Photos
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CM Siddaramaiah inaugurated Lalbagh flower show on August 8,  2014. The glass house showcase a replica of the Mysore palace and the  Dasara procession using three lakh Dutch roses. Elephants, horses and  soldiers made of flowers will be a 15-day effort of 25 creative people.
Lalbagh flower show 2014, Bangalore Photos
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CM Siddaramaiah inaugurated Lalbagh flower show on August 8,  2014. The glass house showcase a replica of the Mysore palace and the  Dasara procession using three lakh Dutch roses. Elephants, horses and  soldiers made of flowers will be a 15-day effort of 25 creative people.
Lalbagh flower show 2014, Bangalore Photos
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CM Siddaramaiah inaugurated Lalbagh flower show on August 8,  2014. The glass house showcase a replica of the Mysore palace and the  Dasara procession using three lakh Dutch roses. Elephants, horses and  soldiers made of flowers will be a 15-day effort of 25 creative people.
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