Mysore the Palace City in South India

Posted On June 12, 2013 

Visit India and you are likely to fall in love with the beautiful structures and lovely ambience in all the places of tourist interests. Mysore, the Palace City in South India is one such region, which comes across with a collection of some of the most amazing cities.

Located at the base of the Chamundi Hills this is a mesmerizing destination here. The city hosts one of the most magnificent constructions the Mysore Palace which is a visual delight for all those who come here. In fact, it is the most visited Indian monument leaving even the Red Fort and the Qutb Minar of the capital city Delhi behind.

Mysore Palace in India Red Fort in Delhi Qutb Minar in Delhi

Let us see what are the places we could see in this enthralling locale. After the Mysore Palace, you have the Brindavan Gardens, a botanical paradise constructed by the Diwans of Mysore, located on the Krishna Raja Sagara Dam.

The Jaganmohan Palace which was built by Krishnarja Wodeyar III houses the Sri Jayachamarajendra Art Gallery since 1915 which has collections of paintings ranging from the famous Indian painter Ravi Varma, to the Russian artist Svetoslav Roerich.

Jaganmohan Palace, Mysore Lalitha Mahal Palace St. Philomena’s Church

The Chamundi Hills is another lovely region in Mysore the garden city at a height of 1000 metres. As one sees the panoramic view from top, the Lalitha Mahal Palace, the Karanji and Kukkarahalli lakes and the Mysore Palace are also seen from here.

With St. Philomena’s Church, Jayalakshmi Vilas mansion, Rail Museum, Regional Museum of Natural History, Folklore Museum, and the Elephant & Calf in Mysore Zoo, the tours here are filled with excitement, luxury, and comfort.

Delhi Rail Museum Folklore Museum in Delhi Elephant & Calf in Mysore Zoo

There is a certain beauty and charm Mysore the Palace City which is reminiscent of a past era filled with historical pleasures.

Visit beautiful Mysore the Palace City, which is an ideal rendezvous for all those who visit the beautiful region of South India.

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