This bright, beautiful comet was seen by me today evening from the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, Bangalore, India. The comet was far far brighter than M13, which was also in the same field. I should remark that M13 is a naked eye object from dark skies. While M13 was barely visible in an old home-made finder scope morphed from a binocular by people there, comet SWAN was bright and everybody could easily see it.
I suppose it was even visible to the naked eye in the bright city light, but this may just be a hallucination. But definitely, it should be visible from sites like Dod Ballapur or even the outskirts of Bangalore City.
I recommend that those living on the outskirts of Bangalore or less light polluted cities can give it a try with naked-eyes / binoculars. Those who have binoculars can find it from the city center too.
Use http://www.skyhound.com for charts or you can use software like Cartes du Ciel too.