MYSURU HOTELS & ACCOMMODATIONS

HOTELS NAMES ADDRESS OF HOTELS Hotel Lalitha Mahal  palace Siddartha Nagar Mysuru Hotel Dasaprakash Gandhi Square Mysuru Hotel paradise Yadavagiri Mysuru Hotel Balaji palace Shivarampet Mysuru Hotel Chandra palace K.T Street Mysuru Hotel Darshan palace Lokaranjan Mahal Road Hotel  Jayalakshmi Saraswathipuram Mysuru Hotel Maharaj JLB Roadd Mysuru Hotel Sandesh the prince Nsthra Nivas Nazarbad Road…

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Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary

It is loctaed 20 kms from Mysuru and 3 Kms from Sri rangapatna on cauvery river are the home of visiting and d=breeding of variety if migratory birds. Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, also known as Pakshi Kashi of Karnataka,is a bird sanctuary in the Mandya District of the state of Karnataka in India. It is the largest bird sanctuary in the state only…

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PACES TO VISIT TEMPLES AROUND MYSURU

Nanjangud : It is located 20 Kms from mysuru. Pilgrim center of lord Nanjundeshwara. Nanjangud, one of the ancient and well-known pilgrimage centers of Karnataka.  Nanjunda means one who has consumed poison and this legend relates to the churing of the ocean when Shiva had to consume haalahala. Nanjunda became Visha kanta and also Srikanta for having…

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PLACES TO VISIT AROUND MYSURU

Somanathpur : It is located 33 Kms from Mysuru, Here Important place is 13th century famous Hoysala temple of Lord Chennakeshava. The Chennakesava Temple, also referred to as Chennakeshava Temple, Keshava Temple or Kesava Temple, is a Vaishnava Hindu temple on the banks of River Kaveri at Somanathapura, Visit Somnathpur and marvel at the temples built during Hoysala period. Talakadu : It is located 45 Kms from Mysuru,…

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GRS Fantasy Park

GRS is the only amusement cum water park in and around Mysore. Situated just 15 minutes from Mysore, on the Mysore-Bangalore highway, GRS is easily accessible by road. With 40 acres of plush greenery to call its own, GRS sports a wide range of dry and wet rides that cater to the entire family for…

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Krishnaraja Sagar Dam – Brindavan Garden / Blue Lagoons

Krishnaraja Sagar Dam : It is located 24 Kms from Mysuru. The Krishnaraja sagar Reserviop bulit across the river cauvery. The fabulous gardens stretch out in terraces below the dam. At night fall, The garden change into an exotic fairy land with twinkling lights, swirling fountains and artificial water falls. Krishna Raja Sagara, also popularly known…

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Balamuri and Edamuri water Falls

It is on the way to KRS, 17 Kms from Mysore. There are two beautiful small waterfalls, which is the hot spot for nature lovers. you also come across an ancient Ganesh temple in the vicinity. Balmuri and Edmuri Waterfalls are two small waterfalls that have gained wide popularity among tourists to Mysore. Balmuri and Edmuri…

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Sri Ganapathi Sachidananda Asram

It is situated in the foot hills of Chamundi Hills, is worth visiting. It is worth visiting the beauitful temple there. About 1 Km away from this Ashram is the Pinjrapole, a shelter for orphaned and destitute animals run by a charitable society. The entrance is free.Sri Ganapathi Sachchidananda Ashrama in Mysore, Karnataka encourages people…

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Sri Chamundeswari Temple

This Temple is 13 Kms from Mysuru city, the protecting deity of Mysuru City and the Goddess of royal family. A twelfth century temple was bulit in Dravidian style of architecture. The temple is open for Dharshan between 6.00 Am and 2.00 Pm and again from 4.00 PM and 9.00 PM. It”s near a gaint…

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Kukkarahalli Lake

In the heart of Manasa Gangothri campus, the Kalamandir (Rangyana) and the Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI) campus.  It provides lung-space to the city. Mummadi Krishnaraja Wodeyar, (1794–1868) of the Mysore Dynasty (Kingdom of Mysore) was responsible for getting the lake created, in the year 1864, to provide water for irrigation to about 4000 ha (10,000 acres)…

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Jayachamarajendra zoological Garden ( Mysuru Zoo )

It is located inside the city. Zoo was stared in 1892 AD by the King of Mysuru. The Zoo which has now spread over an ares of 250 acres.The zoo has about 1500 animals.The Zoological garden is open from 8.00 AM to 5:00 PM. It requires minimum of two hours to cover the zoological gardens. It…

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St. Philomena’s Church

It is located about one kilometer from the Mysuru Palace on the Bengaluru highway. This Church was bulit in 1840 A.D. It was initially know as St. Joseph Church.The twin towers of the church stand majestically at 175 feet. The church was designed by a Frenchman named Daly. It was designed to be built in the Neo…

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Jagan Mohan Palace

Places To Visit ( ” THE CITY OF PALACES ” )

Amba Vilas Palaces, Jagan Mohan Palaces, Jayalakshmi Vilas, Lalitha Mahal, Vasanth Mahal, Lokaranjan Mahal, Cheluvamba Vilas, Karanji and Rajendra Vilas. Mysuru Palace ( AMBA VILAS ) :The first Mysuru Palace was bulit from sandal wood, during the rule of Mummadi Krishna Raja Wodeyar. The fort at Mysuru Palace has many temples like Gayathri Devi temple,…

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Dasara Festival In Mysore

It is one of the major festival. The cermonies span over a period of 9 Days and the tenth and final day is the vijaya Dashami which is even now a very colourful and grand function witha kilometer long proces,sion where the prince of Wodeyar royal family performs the traditional pija to the Banni tree.…

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Heritage / Religion of Mysuru

Heritage : This City has endowed with Many palaces, more than 100 building & strutures that ahve a heritages value. The urban planning and architectural genius of Krishnaraja Wodeyar III, Sir M. Vishweshwaraiah and Sir Mirza Ismail have given Mysuru a rich heritage. Mysore is the second biggest city in the State of Karnataka. It lies…

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Fact About Mysuru ( Mysore )

Mysuru is one of the fastest growing city as Bengaluru and situated at the southern part of Karnataka, It is 140 Kms away from Bengaluru. Mysuru as the 5th best destination in India to Live, Invest, Do Trade and Business, Art & Culture, Heritage, I.T. & Telecom Infrastructure, Tourism, Law & Order & Local  Governance,…

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History of Mysuru ( KARNATAKA )

History of Mysuru (Karnataka) starts from the period of the Great Ashoka. Historians say that they came to Karnataka from the northern territory near Himalayas and on seeing the natural beauty of the place made Mysore their abode. The dynasty was established in 1399 by Yaduraya Wodeyar, The Main rules were Kadambas of Banavasi, Gangas of Talakad,…

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How to reach Mysuru ( Mysore )

Bus – Suburben Bus Stand at heart of the city, regular bus service are available for Karnataka and other southern states. city bus stand is near Amba Vilas Palace.Traveling from Bengaluru to Mysore by road is a pleasant experience and will take about 3 hrs. Rail – There are regular train service from Bengaluru to…

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