Heavy downpour has turned India’s ‘Silicon Valley’ into a lake, leaving residents annoyed. Motorists and pedestrians wade through the flooded Outer Ring Road near Bellandur following heavy monsoon rains in Bengaluru.
Heavy rainfall has turned Bengaluru into a lake of sorts. Citizens had to face a difficult time as several residential areas in the IT city were waterlogged owing to heavy rains, prompting authorities to send boats to evacuate people.
The most affected areas are said to be Bellandur, Sarjapura Road, Whitefield, Outer Ring Road, and BEML Layout. And this is because Bellandur, Hallenayakanahalli, and Varthur lakes have overflown onto the streets after rains pounded Bengaluru overnight.
Situation is terrifying at #Ecospace near Bellandur.
Vehicles are quite literally sinking.
Time 11:30 pm when this was shot… and rains show no sign of relenting.#bengalururains #Bengaluru pic.twitter.com/nSiRsqisQK
— Gautam (@gautyou) September 4, 2022
New Water park in Bengaluru
Visuals from the Bellandur area showed water rushing out of the fence around the water body. The water flowed onto the streets, completely flooding the area and inundating the roads. The Hallenayakanahalli lake overflowed and water from the Rajakaluve (stormwater drain) connecting the Hadosidapura lake and Halenayakanahalli also streamed onto the streets after it reached capacity.
Taking to Twitter, netizens shared pictures and videos of the flooded roads. Others also shared memes and fun takes on Bengaluru rains. A Twitter user wrote, “ ‘Blunder-La’ it water theme park#bengalururains.”
'Blunder-La' water theme park 🙂 #bengalururains #Bangalore #bellandur #cartoon #art #rain #bangalorerain #ecospace #water #digitalart #Digital #ArtistOnTwitter #sundayvibes #wonderla #themepark #amuse #humor #rainalert #heavyrain #Bengaluru pic.twitter.com/wEYyjaYm7p
— Half Wit Creation (@halfwitcreation) September 4, 2022
Thank You @BSBommai for this newly opened water park and dive site in the heart of #Bengaluru ✌️ pic.twitter.com/mWvL9NIRbW
— Arjun (@arjundsage1) August 30, 2022
— /dev/null ☕️ (@agarwal_mohit) September 5, 2022
Biggest water park in Bengaluru.#Bangalore #Bengaluru #BengaluruRains #SiliconValleyofIndia #bengalururains #bengalurufloods #Karnataka pic.twitter.com/HuNFDIiW8e
— Anil Kumar Verma (@AnilKumarVerma_) September 6, 2022
This is a very nice use of taxpayer money … a world class water park for Bengaluru public The water park was built by 2% remaining after 40% commission + 28%
GST + 30% profit
Ache din aane wale hai pic.twitter.com/3ramcgjUU7
— rahul (@rahulshetti19) September 6, 2022
New Waterpark in Bengaluru. Its Amazing!
.#Bbmp #CorruptBjp #bengalururains #Bengaluru #40%Government #Bommai #CMofkarnataka. pic.twitter.com/nDWBBxFhDY
— Colordood (@ColorDood) September 5, 2022
Bengaluru government to start a real water park where citizens can have fun whenever it rains by paying tax as entry fees. pic.twitter.com/8uVycQS5hr
— Bengaluru Memes. (@bengalurumemes) September 5, 2022
Enjoyed free water park near Ecospace Bengaluru
Anyone can come, free of cost!!! 😂🤣 pic.twitter.com/V6qXoLguhu
— Ravi (@Ravi35016351) August 30, 2022
#BengaluruRain Smart City turns to become Water Park. Common people are suffering its almost 9day's now. No serious action to solve the issue, The Day CM visited Bengaluru water on roads were cleared now again no official really cares, #BBMP drama.
Is this acche din #PMModi ji pic.twitter.com/fjg6FZBvIv
— RAJATH KANKAR (@RajathKankar) September 6, 2022
All your tax money has gone to make Bengaluru the biggest water park..congratulations!!! #bengalururains
— dp 🏹 🚜 (@dp_dsdsd) September 6, 2022
Half of the Bengaluru is a water park now. This is the service we get after paying taxes. Funny part is Bengaluru CM has announced to build a statue #bangalorerains #bangalorefloods
— Akshay (@AkshayKasbe18) September 5, 2022
World’s biggest water park right now – Bengaluru.
*It also doubles up as the IT capital. https://t.co/KbPwOoSBu7
— Anshika Shukla (@anshikashukla_) September 5, 2022