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... dal, and many other great items. Post lunch we did some shopping and visited one of the local cathedrals before heading back to Bangalore. Traffic was very heavy and the ride took a bit longer than expected. The good news is we saw how they were processing the sugar cane on the ride home !
Another great day in India!
Thank you Arijit and Abhishek for showing us your Bangalore and Mysore.
... of how to eat with our fingers (only in Mysore was I called out in my eating habits, where in Bangalore, I think it's 'whatever goes' mentality - my colleagues say Mysore is more traditional that way, and other ways).
The Maharaja's palace! Huge. Beautiful. You have to take off your shoes to enter - give them to the man outside with tokens. You cannot take your camera into the palace. Go back outside and give your camera to the guy at ...
... part of town is not very nice, it was very dark. I finally made it to the station after asking my way 2 or 3 times. I was early. So I got some snacks for the ride and found the Ladies-only waiting room to seat and wait.
The train was about 30min late so I had plenty of time to find out where my carriage was. It was at the very front and trains are long long long. Inside, it was easy to find my sleeper and, as most people were already asleep, I just made ...
... the royal families in display etc.,
We had reached the palace just in time before entry closes at 5.30PM, and after going through a security scan, removing our footwear, and finally turning off our mobiles, went into the palace, along with a huge queue of curious tourists.
The palace houses couple of durbar halls (place where the king meets his public or visitors from other kingdoms) with exquisite artistry, imported stained glasses, ...
... 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 ...