Incredible example of Indo-Saracenic style of architecture

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MYSORE MAHARAJA PALACE Mysore Maharaja Palace is located at the heart of the city Mysore, Karnataka. It is one of the largest palaces in India and the most visited one too. This is a man-made grand magical monument. It was constructed in the 20th Century and was the residence for Woodeyar Maharaja's of Mysore. It is a perfect example of Indo-Saracenic architecture blending in elements of Hindu, Muslim, Rajput, and Gothic architecture. The main attraction here is the lightings on the palace with 98,260 bulbs in it. The best time to visit the palace from outside is after 6 or 7 o clock so that the all can witness that beautiful view of lights. The palace is more spoke about the Dasserha Festival as if it celebrated in a very grand manner. During this celebration many famous artists perfom on the stage that is set up in the palace grounds. On the last day that is on the Vijaya Dashami, elephant parades, horses, camels and dancers. When we talk about visiting the Mysore Palace, the best days are on the Dusserha festivals. Don't miss this beautiful traditional celebrations done in Mysore Palace.

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