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Places of Interest in Mysore
Mysore is located in the foothills of the Chamundi Hills ijn Karnataka,
India. The city is located at a distance of around 146 kilometers southwest
of Bangalore. Mysore boasts some beautiful temples, most famous among which
is the Chamundi Temple. For shopaholics, there are lots of options in
Mysore. The city markets offer beautiful handicrafts made from rosewood and
sandalwood.Mysore is an excellent gateway for various tourist destinations
located in proximity such as Ooty, Coorg, and Srirangapatna
Also known as Mysore Maharaja Palace, Mysore Palace is arguably the most
popular tourist attraction in the city. Located in the center of the city,
the palace boasts architecture that is a fine blend of Hindu, Gothic,
Islam, and Rajput styles. The magnificent interiors of the palace display
intricate craftsmanship. Such is the design of the palace that tourists
would be transcended to the era of Wodeyar Dynasty while exploring this
palace. Every year during Dasara festival (Hindu festival), Mysore Palace
is decorated in a grand style
The identifier of Mysore, Chamundi Hill is famous for the Chamunbdi Temple
built in the 11th century and has been renovated from time to time. This
temple has a 5-meter high statue, said to be carved out of a single rock.
Aflight of stairs with 1000 steps lead to the Chamundi Hills and offer
magnificent vistas of the surroundings. En route, tourists can also visit
the statue of Nandi-the bull.
Flowing at the foot of the famous Chamundi Hills, Karanji Lake was
constructed by Karanji - the king of Mysore. It is a 90-acre water body and
is among the largest lakes in Karnataka. Karanji Lake has become a shelter
for the migratory birds. On the bank of the lake, there is a scenic park
having a huge enclosure for migratory birds. This enclosure is the largest
of its kind in the country.