Bangalore’s pothole in Google Maps: A road pothole in Bangalore’s Bellandur now has a spot on Google Maps. Not only occupying space, but once the hole was seen as a landmark.
While the roads have become piles of ice.
Google Maps: A giant bag in India’s tech capital Bangalore has now become a landmark on Google Maps. The historic Thiri Pit is called Abijar Pit, located in Bellandur area of Bangalore. Some people have reviewed this area on Google. And now netizens are sharing these reviews with screenshots on Twitter, which are going viral.
“These stones in Bangalore are marked on Google and reviewed by some people,” a user posted on Twitter, posting a screenshot of a Google review of the stones of Abijara.
In Bangalore, Potholes are marked on Google and have comments 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/1zc6n3cuVV
— Nemo Tai 🇮🇳 (@Cryptic_Miind) September 20, 2022
One review reads, “I visited it at night time. The hole slowed me down and also told a story. It was a terrifying experience. The hole didn’t let me go until I finished the story. Such a corrupt government.” , who had all the resources but the public was at least kept away from it.
Another reviewer wrote, “Very nice hole. A must visit at least once. You have to move around to make sure you hit the chassis in the right place.
“Best hole I’ve ever seen. A true back breaking experience and a testing ground for your car’s suspension,” another user wrote.
Abujar’s review of the hole is now viral on Twitter. A Twitter user named Ashish wrote, “Great idea to pin this place on Google. Can be named after local corporate or MLA/MP. Let them see what it’s like on Google, when their hole is at the top of the search results.”