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Located 770m above sea level and 140 Kms from Bangalore, Mysore, the imperial city, was the erstwhile capital of the Wodeyars.
Mysore is a charming, old-fashioned town dominated by the spectacular Maharaja's Palace, around which the boulevards of the city radiate.

The Wodeyar family ruled Mysore since 14th century except for a short period of 40 years when Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan were the rulers. Today Mysore is one of the major cities of Karnataka. Mysore has emerged as a thriving market for exotic sandalwood & incense, the Mysore silk sarees and stone-carved sculptures.
On the outskirts of Mysore, Srirangapatnam still harbours architectural gems from the days of the great Indian hero, Tipu Sultan, and the magnificent Hoysala temple of Somnathpur lies little more than an hour's drive away.

In the tenth century Mysore was known as "Mahishur", the town where the buffalo-demon Mahishashur was slain by. The word Mysore or "Mahishasurana Ooru", means the town of Mahishasura. It is believed that during one of the battles between the demons on the one hand and gods on the other, the demon Mahishasur overpowered the gods.
The goddess on seeing this, incarnated as the fireceful Chamundi or and consequently, Mahishasura was killed atop the Chamundi Hill near Mysore. Ever since, the Mysore royal family has worshipped Chamundeshwari as the palace deity. Hills dedicated to Her stand at the eastern end of Mysore town to this day.
Mysore is one of the major cities of Karnataka. Today, Mysore is a vibrant city teeming with tourists and visitors. It is known the world over for its exotic sandalwood and rich silks. Its grand and imposing palaces, majestic temples, gardens leave an ever-lasting impression on the visitor.
  Mysore Palace  
An eclectic synthesis of architectural styles the palace is one of India’s most dramatic national monuments. Today it is a museum housing treasures from across the world reflecting the rich and colorful history of the erstwhile princely state of Mysore .
Built in Indo-Saracen style with domes, turrets, arches and colonnades, the Palace is a treasure house of exquisite carvings and works of art from all over the world. Intricately carved doors open on to luxuriously furnished rooms. The majestic Durbar Hall has an ornate ceiling and many sculpted pillars.
The magnificent jewel studded golden throne of the Wodeyars is displayed here during the Dasera festival. Illuminated on Sundays and public holidays, the palace presents a spectacle of breathtaking beauty.
The Chamarajendra Art Gallery located at the Jagan Mohan Palace houses a comprehensive collection of Indian and world art, which has been acquired over the course of centuries by the royal family of Mysore
Brindavan Gardens
12kms northwest of Mysore City is Krishnaraja Sagar Dam or KRS Dam, as it’s popularly known. Designed and built in 1932, by the visionary Indian engineer Sir M. Vishweswaraiah, and named after the reigning king, Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV, who financed the project,
Krishnaraja Sagar Dam holds a very special place in the hearts of the people of Mysore. The dam was also among the first in the world to use automatic sluice gates.
Located just below the dam are the beautiful terraced Brindavan Gardens. One of India’s premier horticultural display gardens, the gardens offer a tranquil retreat from Mysore City .
At night the gardens are transformed into a sparkling wonderland with thousands of brilliant lights and musical fountains.
Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary
Located just 20km from Mysore, the sanctuary offers an up close look at birds from as far away as Siberia, Australia and North America.
  A haven for native Indian wildlife and a migratory hotspot for exotic bird species from across the world, the six picture perfect islets of Ranganthittu, on the Kaveri River, are a paradise for bird and wildlife enthusiasts.
Though open year around, Ranganthittu, is truly spectacular during the

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