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... The carvings were all around, small but intricate and the excellent guide brought them to life. The advent of hundreds of school children could have spoiled the occasion but they were charming and friendly and took our photos and I took theirs. On the way to Srinagapatnam we passed a funeral procession and cane sugar processing - more interesting than I thought but the finished article tasted awful. Our first stop was Tipu's Summer Palace. Its fine paintings were protected by ...
... station on your way to Mysore, or temples, or anything else"...So, because of this, it's been left relatively less tourist-anglo-cized. However, westernization has creeped in perhaps more than other cities around because of the high amt of engineers and techies that have made Bangalore their home in the past 10 years. Westerners are here on business. Rarely for pleasure.
Where in Mysore, it is really about the infusion of tourist yoga-types ...
... think I got all that for a rather good price, 2 420 rupees which is about £25. Not bad for a 6m long piece of silk and tailored top.
The tailor brought everything to my hotel and I tried it on. He just said 'You look very different’. No kidding! Look forward to the pictures guys!
Ma mission principale à Mysore est d’acheter un saree. Donc une fois installée à l’hôtel je me renseigne pour savoir où je peux trouver ...
... 5-6 feet.
Varahaswamy is having Bhooma devi in his lap. Should be atleast 14-15 feet tall. The story told is this Varahar has save all the villages nearby from getting drowned.
This is the first Varaha swamy temple I have been to.
From there we left to Melkote. but we were very late. the temple was closed. we didnot want to wait for the same. We left Melkote to Bangalore.
Enroute we stopped by a road side. Had nice lunch and returned home. ...
The travel continues on to Mysore, thus we travelled by train from Trivandrum to Kozhikode and then by bus climbing the Western ghats and witnessing the change of scenary, going from lush green of Kerala to the more dry colours of Karnataka hills.
We read many good things about Mysore boasting a "charismatic appeal", well ....since we are not very fond of cities Mysore scored some good points. Paying a visit to Mysore Palace with the audio guide provided at the entrance ...