Tirumakudalu Narasipura, also known as T.N. Pura and T.Narasipura is a famous temple town in Karnataka. It is located in the Mysore district and the Kumbha Mela is held here every three years. The town is considered highly sacred and it derives its name from the land which is at the confluence of the three […]
Mysore, previously known as Mysuru, is the third largest and second most populated city of Karnataka. Situated right at the foot of Chamundi Hills, Mysore was once the capital of the Kingdom of Mysore. The rich cultural environment of Mysore has earned it the moniker of Cultural Capital of Karnataka.
Mysore Dasara is celebrated with great pomp and grandeur for ten days and people from every corner of the globe visit this city during the festival. There are some notable heritage structures in Mysore like the famous Mysore Palace and the Jaganmohana Palace. Other significant tourist spots in Mysore include Somanthapura, Karanji Lake & Park, Chamundi Hill, Brindavan Garden and Rail Museum.
Mysore is also famed for its exceptional quality of Mysore Silk and a unique tradition of painting known as Mysore Painting. This city offers quite a few mouthwatering delicacies like the Mysore Pak and Mysore Masala Dosa. Read more about Mysore
Mysore or Mysuru is one of the most famous cities in the South of India. It reflects a rich history and culture which makes it a prominent tourist destination. The city is rich in Tradition and the famous Dashara festival is celebrated with pomp and show. The city is famous for magnificent monuments and the […]
Mysore or Mysuru, is the third largest city in Karnataka. The city was ruled by the Wodeyar dynasty and it is well known for the rich architectural history, palaces, and beautiful gardens. It is located at the bottom of the Chamundi Hills and is about 150 kms from Bangalore. The city has a large tourism […]
A small town in Mysore in Karnataka, Nanjangud is also known as Garalapuri. The town is famous for the Nanjundeswara temple located there. Nanjangud is only 23 kms from Mysore and is located on the bank of River Kabini. The name has its origin from Lord Shiva who consumed poison to save the Earth. It […]
The famous Mallikarjuna Temple lies in Basaralu. In the Mandya district of Karnataka, lies a small town named Basaralu. It lies at a distance of 65 kms from the city of Mysore which has historical and architectural importance in the State of Karnataka. Basaralu is famous for the finest architecture that lies in the two […]
Located near Mysore is the Bhoo (Bhu) Varahaswamy Temple, which is dedicated to the third incarnation of the Lord Vishnu. The temple is located in a tiny village named Kalhalli, near Mysore in Karnataka. This temple lies on the banks of the River Hemavati. The third incarnation of Vishnu is the wild boar form, better […]
NimishambhaTemple (also spelled as Nimishamba) is one of the famous temples in Karnataka. This temple is located on the levee of the Cauvery River. As you move around 2km towards Sangam from Srirangapatna, you will find the Nimishambha Temple. The main deity of the temple is Goddess Parvathi, lord Siva’s wife. The temple is considered […]
As it is said never judge a thing with its size, so is the case with Abbur. It is a small village in Karnataka that comes under Mysore district. It is situated on the banks of the River Kanwa. The village is famous for its divine spirituality. People visiting this place will find a newly […]
Bylakuppe near Coorg, is a small yet beautiful town, is a Tibetan Settlement. The monasteries in the town depict an entirely different art form and design. When you enter this place you will feel as if you have travelled to a different country. This place was established for Tibetan refugees who fled from their country […]
The heritage city of Mysore offers many sights and scenes that can only be absorbed when you explore it from close quarters. An early morning cycle tour of Mysore can help you to discover many forgotten attractions of the city. You can be a part of such an offbeat experience for a small fee. Saddle […]