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Devraja Flower Market
St. Philomena’s Cathedral
Jaganmohan Art Gallery
Srirangapatanam Tipu Palace
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St. Philomena’s Cathedral
The beauty of towering St Philomena’s Cathedral, built between 1933 and 1941 in neo-Gothic style, is emphasised by wonderful stained-glass windows. It’s on the northern outskirts of town.
Daria Daulat Bagh
Set within lovely manicured grounds, Srirangapatna’s star attraction is Tipu’s summer palace, 1km east of the fort. Built from teak and rosewood, the lavish decoration that covers every inch of its interiors is impressive. The ceilings are embellished with floral designs, while the walls bear murals depicting courtly life and Tipu’s campaigns against the British. There’s a small museum within displaying artefacts and interesting paintings. In a serene garden, the historically significant Persian-style Gumbaz is the resting place of the legendary Tipu Sultan, his equally famed father, Hyder Ali, and his wife. Most inscriptions are in Farsi. The interior of the onion-dome mausoleum is impressive and painted in a tiger-like motif as a tribute to the sultan.
Dating from Tipu Sultan’s reign, this lively bazaar has local traders selling traditional items such as flower garlands, spices and conical piles of kumkum (coloured powder used for bindi dots), all of which makes for some great photo ops. Refresh your bargaining skills before shopping.
Built in 1861 as the royal auditorium, this stunning palace just west of the Mysuru Palace now houses the Jayachamarajendra Art Gallery. Set over three floors it has a huge collection of Indian paintings, including works by noted artist Raja Ravi Varma, traditional Japanese art and some rare musical instruments.
Among the grandest of India’s royal buildings, this was the seat of the Wodeyar maharajas. The original palace was gutted by fire in 1897; the one you see today was completed in 1912 by English architect Henry Irwin for ?4.5 million. The lavish Indo-Saracenic interior – a kaleidoscope of stained glass, mirrors and gaudy colours – is undoubtedly over the top. It's further embellished by carved wooden doors, mosaic floors and a series of paintings depicting life here during the Edwardian Raj era.
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Private sightseeing tour as per itinerary
Entrance tickets to monuments mentioned in the itinerary
English speaking local guide
Expenses of personal nature such as food and shopping
Transport is not included in cost and can be arranged if required on additional price
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