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Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace in Srirangapatna, also referred to as Dariya Daulat Bagh was being used as summer retreat by former Mysuru ruler, Tipu Sultan. Tipu Sultan’s summer palace was built during 1778-1784 AD. Construction of the palace was initiated by Hyder Ali (Tipu Sultan’s father) and completed by Tipu Sultan.

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Nalkunadu Palace is an 18th century palace built by Dodda Veera Rajendra. This Palace was used as a safe house for the royal family against Tipu Sultan and British forces.

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The Shivappa Nayaka Palace is located on the banks of the Tunga river, off the busy lanes of Shivamogga. This monument to the glory of the Keladi Nayakas is built almost entirely of rosewood. Intricately carved wooden pillars and motifs on the walls take the pride of place inside the palace.

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Lotus Mahal is an important monument in Hampi. Lotus Mahal is a virtual air conditioned residence built for one of the two wives of Vijayanagara ruler Krishnadevaraya. The Mahal had a water tank on the top, water pipes through the beams and columns, facilitating flow of water through the structure and keeping it pretty cool…

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Lalitha Mahal Palace in Mysuru was built by the former Maharaja of Mysuru as a residence for his most important guest, The Viceroy of India. Situated on a low hill at the foot of Chamundi Hill, just outside Karnataka’s cultural capital Mysuru city, Lalitha Mahal Palace was an opulent residence, vintage building and now a…

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Raj Bhavan is the official residence of the honorable Governor of Karnataka. Raj Bhavan is an iconic building built by Sir Mark Cubbon in the 1840s. Raj Bhavan was formerly known as Bangalore Residency. Raj Bhavan is located at Bengaluru’s highest point in central Bengaluru and is surrounded by a large garden.

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Constructed in Indo-Saracenic style, the magnificent Mysuru Palace also known as Amba Vilas is the official residence of the Wadiyar dynasty and the seat of the Kingdom of Mysuru. Its exquisite interiors – replete with carved mahogany ceilings, stained glass, gilded pillars and glazed tiles – epitomizes royalty and grandeur. The palace, illuminated with 97,000…

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Located in the lush green campus of Manasa Gangotri (Mysore University), Jayalakshmi Vilas Palace is a heritage building now converted into a museum. Artifacts pertaining to local folk performing arts, tools and ancient objects of various artisans and other archaeological findings are exhibited here.

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Turreted parapets, battlements, fortified towers and arches adorn this regal architectural masterpiece modelled on the Windsor Castle in England. An open courtyard allows space for concerts, exhibitions and cultural programs. Exquisite carvings, paintings and photographs of viceroys, maharajas and other famous personalities form special attractions inside the palace building. There is an amusement park, better…

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