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The palace has a rectangular plan and is built on a raised platform. The most stunning feature of the palace is that all the space available on the walls, pillars, canopies and arches have colorful frescoes in the style of Mysore paintings
Built on a raised stone platform, with pillars of teak this palace Dariya Daulat Bagh used to be the summer palace of Tipu Sultan. It was Hyder Ali Khan who started the construction of this palace, but it was Tipu who completed it in the...More
Rs. 300 per foreigner is just fleecing them. Please someone should intervene and stop this loot.
Nothing much to see. Caretakers there have no etiquettes on how to talk with foreigners. They spend this money to get hollered by uneducated guards there.
We feel ashamed...More
The palace is the summer Palace of Tipu Sultan and not as majestic or grand as we see Mughals, Rajput Rajasthan Palaces or any other grand palaces. But the palace is a must visit if you to Mysore for the first time. The palace is...More
I was aware of Tipu Sultan and the battles he had, but did not realise quite how well this palace had survived the years. It is so well decorated and preserved it is hard to believe it is the age it is. The grounds are...More
The place is amazing! The outside looks give nothing away about the beauty and intricacy of the work inside.
It is a wooden structure built for Tipu Sultan to live in. It's modest for a palace. Similar in style to the one in Bangalore but...More
It is also called 'Summer Palace Tippu Sultan'. The palace is situated on the bank of River Kaveri, built with wood in Indo-Islamic style. It is surrounded by lush green garden where visitors can sit and rest.