• Minds Are Opened When Our Hearts Opened
    Institute of Kannada Studies, Mysore University. He has also served as the Director of the Institute and as the Director of Prasaranga, the publication wing of Mysore University, prior to this. He is also serving as the Hon. Director of Jayalakshmi Vilas Palace Museum, Mysore University...
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  • Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan
    and efficiently: Lecturer in Philosophy, Presidency College, Madras, in the Madras Provincial Educational Service, after graduation; Assistant Professor of Philosophy in the same College for five years; Professor of Philosophy, Mysore University (1918-1921); King George V Professor of Philosophy...
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  • An Article for School Magazine
    The Palace of Mysore (also known as the Amba Vilas Palace) is a palace situated in the city of Mysore in southern India. It is the official residence of the Wodeyars - the erstwhile royal family of Mysore that ruled the princely state of Mysore for over seven centuries, and also houses two durbar...
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  • city of palaces mysore
    The City of Palaces : Mysore Shobit Nair 9th - IGCSE...
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  • Trip to South India
    take some rest and after lunch go to visit B)Cubbon Park C)Tipu Sultan’s Fort and Palace D) Bangalore Palace 23rd Feb,2013 E)Wonder LA(28 km from Bangalore on Mysore Rd) 080 2201033 F)Pyramid Valley( 42 km from Bangalore) Both Wonder LA and Pyramid valley lie on the same route and...
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  • Tourist
    achievements of Mysore earned it the sobriquet Cultural capital of Karnataka. Mysore is noted for its palaces, including the Mysore Palace, and for the festivities that take place during the Dasara festival when the city receives a large number of tourists. It lends its name to the Mysore style of painting...
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  • Some Facts About Mysore
    Some Facts about MYSOORU Heritage City…City of Palaces…Green City…Garden City…Clean City… etc., etc, List never ends… ;-) Let’s see what made Mysore the World Famous (not only Dasara…!!!) Places: * Mysore Palace & all other Palaces in & around Mysooru * Brindavan...
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  • Mysore
    Sultan, the British reinstated the Wodeyars. Mysore is a city of palatial buildings, including seventeen palaces. The city gets its name from Mahishasura, a demon who caused trouble to the people in the area until Goddess Chamundi killed him. The famous Dussehra festival takes place in Sept/Oct. On the...
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  • Trip to Bangalore
    , Utility Building etc. Night hault in Bangalore. DAY 02: Bangalore to Mysore Leave Banglore in the morning for Mysore enroute visit Channapatna Toys Centre, Srirangapatna, Ranganathaswamy Temple, Tippu’s Palace, Fort, Gumbaz, Tippu’s Summer Palace. Reach Mysore and settle down in hotel. Visit...
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  • Mysore
    heritage contrary to the city majestically echoes in the fascinating tourist attractions that consist of panoramic palaces to religious attractions, exceptional gardens, glorious festivals and also extremely colorful crafts. Mysore is almost certainly among the captivating holiday destinations of South...
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  • Essay
    of Amritsar in the 16th centurywhen it was constructed. An active place of worship for Sikhs, the Harmandir Sahib is also visited by people from other religion. Mysore Palace The Palace of Mysore was built during 1897-1912. It is the official residence of the descendants of the King of Mysore...
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  • History of India's Tourism
    enshrined in the crypt of the main tomb of the Taj Mahal. The Taj Mahal is the mausoleum of both Mumtaz Mahal and Shah Jahan. 3. Mysore Palace The Mysore Palace, Karnataka is popularly known as the the Maharajah’s Palace, situated at the city center at Mirza Road. Mysore Palace is one of the most...
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  • tourism in india
    . KARNATAKA Historical Mounuments Mysore Palace is the central piece of Mysore’s attractions. The sprawling Mysore Palace is located in the heart of Mysore city. The interior of Mysore Palace is richly carved, intricate, colorful and architecturally thrilling. It is from this palace the erstwhile...
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  • Experience of Industrial Visit
    detailing on that rock to make it look like Nandi was totally awesome. Later on that day we visited the Mysore Palace which was outrageously big and luxurious. It showed us what kind of life does a king live. It had various artifacts taken from various countries which dated long back. The paintings were...
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  • Whatever
    . He introduced new industries, promoted trade and commerce on a large scale. Tipu prohibited the production and distribution of liquor and other intoxicants in Mysore. He also built and fortified numerous forts and many palaces, which were demolished by the British after his death. Bangalore Summer Palace still survives and is a remnant of his grand rule....
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  • Science Is a Bane or Boon
    , | | | | | | |Mysore. | | | | | |4 |Shoe Palace | |Ok | |W-2 feet...
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  • Mysore Palace
    The most attractive monument in Mysore that strikes the visitor is the Mysore Palace. It was completed in 1911 on the foundations of the old Palace that was destroyed by fire in 1897. The well-known architect Henry Irwin designed it. The palace has now been converted into a museum displaying...
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  • Travancore and Mysore
    Travancore and Mysore The states discussed so far, with the exception of some of those of the Maratha confederacy, were all landlocked. This does not mean that trade was not an important element in their makeup, for the kingdom of Ranjit Singh was crucially linked to trade. However, lack of...
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  • English Stories
    1 1. HEAVEN’S GATE - Pico Iyer 1. What animals and trees did the writer find in the Nubra Valley? Or Write an essay on how Pico Iyer describes the places of Leh. “Heaven’s Gate” is a short story from the pen of renowned Indian scholar Pico Iyer, it is a record of his travel experiences in the...
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  • Visit to Taj Mahal
    cultures which is so different from each other.hyderabad a very popular city of the south has several places of visit like the charminar,falaknama palace,mecca masjidand the golconda fort.There are many historical places to visit in Mysore like Grand Mysore Palace, Lalitha Mahal, Palace of Tipu...
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