Exploring Mysore: The sandalwood city of India
Inside mysore palace
so, this was taken while I was posing for the picture, and a girl came in between and we had cute eye contact.
Mysore is popularly known as the city of palaces. One should visit Mysuru to experience the royal touch and heritage. Home to the royal families and historical legends, the city puts awe in the visitors, making their travel experience class apart. It is famous for exquisite silk saris, elaborate architecture, sandalwood
The city got its name from the Sanskrit name Mahisuru, a mythological demon, who was defeated and killed by the Goddess Chamundeshwari, whose temple sits atop the hill overlooking the city.
Mysore Palace – The official residence of the Wadiyars, this UNESCO World Heritage site is a work of marvel. The history of Mysore Palace dates back to 1912. An overwhelming blend of Indo-Saracenic, neoclassical, Indo-Islamic and Gothic architecture, the palace boasts delicate works of mirrors, stained glass, mosaic and more. Visit on Sundays to see the dazzling light play of 100000 bulbs covering the façade and premise. The palace is also famous for hosting the grandest Dasara festival.
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