Gitanjali Homestay

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

      Day 9: Mudumalai to Mysore

      A travel blog entry by williampotter on Dec 17, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... bringing the whole together. Outside, Mysore's banks and public offices attempt to reflect the palace's grandeur with their own overstated buildings.

      The tour continues with the 16th-century Hindu Sri Chamundeshwari Temple. This haven for thieving macaques is one of the city's holiest sites, with devotees offering coconuts and petals to the 8th-century statue of Parvati at its core.

      Another popular destination for pilgrims is ...

      Megan is too blonde for India

      A travel blog entry by anavela on Jun 22, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... The next stop was the incredible Chamundeswari temple on top of the Mahishasure Chamundi hills. That place was full of people, and cows, dogs, and monkeys, so we didn't even try to get inside the temple. Many things happened here, for example Lindsay being attacked by a monkey while trying to take a selfie with him and also, we heard the loudest intestinal gas (****) from an old lady walking in from of us.

      Our next stop ...

      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, ...

      The Magnificent Mysore Palace

      A travel blog entry by barbiewyatt on Jul 26, 2013

      2 photos

      ... Mysore in 1906 it was lit electrically from its beginning. The main building is of massive grey granite. The main gate to the central courtyard is called the elephant gate and it is flanked by the heads of 2 elephants that the Maharajah shot - prior to him giving up hunting to support the preservation of wildlife. On the first floor is a large hall 82 metres by 39 metres that rises up to a decoratively stained glass domed skylight from which is suspended a ...

      From Sore to the Ass....

      A travel blog entry by kat.in.a.hat on Feb 27, 2013

      35 photos

      ... on the train... Newspapers, mango juice, sweets, crisps, chocolate, cake, phone chargers, wind up torches, children's toys, books, tomato soup, chickpea salady stuff, blankets, tshirts, I even saw a guy fix Shawaddywaddy's broken zip on his suitcase, you can get your shoes fixed too, anything you want really! :) I tried to stretch my morning routine as much as possible, there is very little else to do on the train! All four of us smoked, so we all headed to the ...