Gitanjali Homestay

P.B. #6, Mysore, Karnataka, 570011, India | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on P.B. #6, Mysore, is near Vrindavan Garden, Srirangapatna, Somnathpur Temples, and Halebidu Temple.
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    Travel Blogs from Mysore

    A Blonde In India

    A travel blog entry by meganmulray on Jun 22, 2014

    16 photos

    ... who took us to the top of the Krishnarajasgara Dam. It was so breathtaking! We sat and enjoyed some dinner at an elephant themed bar where we had fantastic views of the gardens at sunset. It was very nice.
    My experience in India so far can be described as amazing. The culture here is unlike any other place that I have been. I am so thankful for this incredible experience.



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    Mysore & Ooty

    A travel blog entry by edinburghb on Feb 25, 2014

    10 photos

    ... Ooty was a good change of scenery and climate. As a hill station it was historically a place for the English to escape the extreme heat of India 2000m above sea level. Although still hot in the sun, shade made it cool and it was even chilly at night. Ooty is known for its tea (hill station usually means lots of tea plantations) and chocolate. Of course we were more interested in the latter... Courtesy of the 'lonely *******', as my companion puts it, ...

    HEAT!!

    A travel blog entry by rosietucker on Jun 28, 2013

    18 photos

    ... I have a very good karma around me :) The monkeys around the temple were quite scary though, I find the unpredictability of wild animals very disconcerting. We also visited the opulent Maharajah's Palace, which was as excessively luxurious as you might expect! There are hardly any Westerners in Mysore, so we are something of a novelty. Sarah and and I have had a few people touch us nonchalantly; for example an old lady brushed past me and pinched my hand. I guess ...

    Bumsore getting to Mysore.....

    A travel blog entry by kat.in.a.hat on Feb 25, 2013

    50 photos

    ... away a couple of hours people watching, there were some Brahmans doing a ritual, spreading some ashes. I learnt that in days gone by you were not born a Brahman, rather you had to study to become knowledgable enough to be considered a Brahman, nowadays however it is something you are born into. The surroundings were beautiful (see pictures!). After that, realising we were pushed for time, we headed to Mysore Palace. Unfortunately, we arrived 10mins after it had closed. We ...

    My-sore arse

    A travel blog entry by steffandcat on Oct 25, 2012

    4 comments

    ... market was so busy as everyone was buying flowers, dye and fruit for the festival and we were all squished in toing and froing and not really knowing what on earth was going on. The mix of colours were like no other Indian market so far, just incredible.... hopefully the photos will do it justice!  It was starting to get dark and we wanted a bit of space from the busy market so we headed towards the palace which for the 10 days in the lead up to the festival gets lit up by ...