ABOUT MYSORE

Mysore Palace

Revisit the glorious days of Wodeyar dynasty as you take a walk through the largest palace in India. Witness the splendid architecture and the glory of the past that will enthral the history lover in you. A home for all the tourists of Karnataka, Mysore palace is one of the most visited tourist destination in this state.

The palace is decorated grandly every year during the world famous Dasara festival and the rich heritage of Wodeyar dynasty is witnessed during the celebration of this festival.

Lalith Mahal

Located at a stone’s throw distance from well famed Mysore tourist place- Chamundi hills, Lalitha Mahal happens to be the second largest palace in Mysore. Initially built for the viceroy of India it was then converted to become a royal guest house. This amazing palace was built by Maharaja Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV.
The architecture of this palace has been inspired by St Paul’s Cathedral in London and is a mixture of several architectural forms from Europe. The magnificent view of Chamundi hills and scenic beauty of this calm city can be witnessed and experienced in this palace.

Brindavan Gardens

The Brindavan Gardens are located just a level below the Krishna Raja Sagara dam. It is a major tourist attraction for all the Mysore and KRS dam visitors. It is also regarded as one of the most beautiful gardens in the state of Karnataka.

The most popular and exciting experience at this garden is the musical fountain that is scheduled in the eveningsBeing one of its kind, Brindavan Garden attracts tourists from across the world.

Distance from Mysore: 19.9 Kms.



Karanji Lake

Holding the meaning of a ‘fountain’- Karanji Lake is another place of extreme tourist attraction in this city of palaces. It is situated at the foot of Chamundi hills and was constructed by one of the kings of Mysore. It is the largest lake in Karnataka with the total area of about 90 acres.

The palace is decorated grandly every year during the world famous Dasara festival and the rich heritage of Wodeyar dynasty is witnessed during the celebration of this festival.

St. Philominas's Church

With a history of over 200 years, St Philomena’s church is one of the most popular tourist places in Mysore. Not just in Mysore but this church is a well-known tourist spot in the entire state of Karnataka. Take a break from exploring the history, sooth your mind at this divine tourist spot in Mysore. Initially built as a small church was then reconstructed by Maharaja Krishnaraja Wodeyar.

It is one among the largest Cathedrals in the whole of South Asia.

Chamundi Temple

Chamundi hill makes it to the list of ‘must visit tourist places in Mysore’ as many tourists come to this hill to pay deference to Chamundi Devi. Within the city limits of Mysore this place is most known for the famous temple on its hill top.

This Temple used to be Mysore Maharaja's one of the most popular temples

The temple was built in the 11th century and has been renovated and turned into a tourist spot..



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