Panchami Hotel

Address: 2776, Mahaveer Nagar, Near Clock Tower, Mysore, Karnataka, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2776, Mahaveer Nagar, Near Clock Tower, Mysore, is near Vrindavan Garden, Srirangapatna, Somnathpur Temples, and Halebidu Temple.
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Travel Blogs from Mysore

India - Mysuru

A travel blog entry by thailand_dream on May 11, 2015

140 photos

... Mysuru has many palaces, though not all have survived the ravages of time so well. This central palace is the largest and best maintained of those that remain. Entry is 200 Rupees / 2 with the entrance/exit point being at the south gate. The current palace was built in 1912, though the original was built in the 14th century during the Wodeyar empire. The grounds are nice to walk around with both statues and gardens to be viewed. The palace itself is a 3 storied structure ...


A travel blog entry by arianapemberton on Dec 28, 2014

... what all the Hindus did before us and followed suit such as how to pray to each God, what to do with the candles, the holy water (yes I drank some), etc, etc. there weren't really any pictures allowed inside but I wish I could've taken some of the decked out dieties. Yesterday we went to Mysore palace and it was beautiful, a lot of stuff about royalty and fancy stuff like that. Also no pics ...

Megan is too blonde for India

A travel blog entry by anavela on Jun 22, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... his head the way Indians do. I asked him if that was a yes or a no, then he moved his head again. While we were waiting, I asked some other waiter if they could give me the internet password as they advertise they have free wifi. I got the most unexpected answer, yes, they do have internet but just for employees working at the restaurant. I turned around and walked to my seat.

The next morning we had breakfast with ...


A travel blog entry by simoncardnell on Feb 23, 2014

37 photos

... leads to another women in dirty rags with a baby approaching me and tugging at my arm for money. Sometimes Indians dress a child in rags and use them to beg for money, however whether these are fake or genuine beggars it's sad and depressing either way and the child's certainly in a bad situation whatever. I buy a pen from a small stall and the elderly shop keeper suddenly produces a flute and says he knows an English song before playing 'for he's jolly good fellow'. He then ...

Back to the city - Mysore

A travel blog entry by philippastevens on Feb 22, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

... faster than Mr Mathews and doesn't seem to hesitate to overtake in blind spots. We spent the late afternoon wandering around the Maharajah of Mysores palace. To describe it is grand is not doing it justice. What a life this family has! Mysore feels more open and less crowded than other cities I've been to in India. This is partly due to the design and construction supported by the majaraja's ...