In southern India, Madikeri is a hill town. It is famous for the Raja 's Seat, a simple monument overlooking forests and rice paddies, framed by the Western Ghats mountain range. Nearby, the domed Temple of Omkareshwar is dedicated to Shiva, a Hindu deity. Abbey Falls, cascading to the northwest, is surrounded by spice plantations.
The site has a temple dedicated to the goddess Kaveriamma next to the tank, and bathing in it is considered sacred on special occasions. Thousands of pilgrims and visitors flock to the river to see the rise of the fountainhead of the spring on the day of Cauvery Changrandi, when the river water gushes up at a predetermined moment. One can climb the 407 steps to the top of the hill in order to get a bird's-eye view of the evergreen forested land and the misty hills of Coorg.
King Lingarajendra founded Omkareshwara temple, representing both Islamic and Gothic architecture, in 1820 as a devotion to Lord Shiva. The temple was designed in the architectural Muhammadan style and has beautiful architecture. The dome at the top reflects that. Because of this aspect, the temple resembles the architecture of a typical Muslim Dargah. In this temple, a water tank keeps many freshwater fish and adds to the charm of this temple.
The Madikeri Fort is a popular attraction in Coorg . The magnificent fort, located in the heart of the city of Madikeri, provides visitors with insights into the history of Coorg and all that the city has experienced. There are also panoramic views of the city from the elevated structures of the fort, which is unquestionably stunning and breathtaking.
On an elevated land that oversees the valleys that lie to the west, the Seat of Raja was constructed. Usually, early mornings are misty and cool, but as the sun rises, the mist lifts steadily, offering a mind-stirring view of the lush green gardens adorned with vibrant beds of seasonal flowers. Sunsets are just as stunning when the day slowly ends with the sun setting in the mountains.
There is also a Toy Train available for your little ones to take a ride on, and the fountains have been turned into musical fountains. Today, this place is operated by the Archaeological Survey of India and it is considered to be of historical importance in the area. For its stunning seasonal bloom, panoramic view and picturesque location, the Raja 's Seat Garden is renowned for making it an ideal attraction for nature lovers.
The third largest city in Karnataka is Mysore, or Mysuru. The Wodeyar dynasty ruled the city and it is well known for its rich heritage of architecture, palaces, and beautiful gardens.In the city, there is a significant tourism industry that draws tourists from all over the world. With palaces, the delicious Pak, and the Dashara festival in the city, the town is famous.
It is one of Karnataka's most commonly visited destinations.The name Mysuru derives from Mahishasura, who was a demon capable of taking the shape of a buffalo and a human being. It is believed that the demon Mahishasura, slain by the goddess Chamundeshwari, whose temple overlooks the hills, ruled this region. This is how they called the town of Mysore.
Mysore tour places
Mysore Palace: The Palace is renowned for its rich architectural heritage and tradition. The Mysore Palace is an architectural highlight, representing architecture in the Hindu, Rajput, Islamic and Gothic styles. It has two Darbar halls, a park, and buildings in the heart of the city.
Chamundi Hills: The Chamundi Hills are one of the most sacred hills in India, situated on the outskirts of Mysuru. The temple 's main goddess is Goddess Chamundeshwari, and from the top of the hills, you can get a beautiful view of the area.
Brindavan Gardens: Brindavan Gardens is another popular tourist attraction in India and it is a famous garden. Situated next to the Krishnaraja Sagar Dam, which is a major tourist attraction, the gardens house a dancing fountain. Every evening, a light and sound display is performed that adds colour to the beautiful gardens. The stunning array of musical fountains happens to be the main attraction at Brindavan Gardens in Mysore. These fountains, combined with laser lights, are synchronised to music and go live when the garden is lit up. The movement of water is digitally regulated and, in turn, an aquatic organ works.
Mysore Zoo: One of the oldest zoos in India is Mysore Zoo. It has a large farm where white tigers, gorillas and rhinos breed. An region of 157 acres surrounds the Zoological Garden. It is one of India's oldest and most famous zoos. It plays the role of an orphanage for the animals left behind. With an insect exhibition stealing the spotlight, numerous exhibitions are regularly held here. Following this, such educational initiatives such as youth club events, literary contests and summer camp events are carried out by the Zoo. In 1976, Karanji Lake was placed under the authority of the Zoo and has since been a peaceful and serene boating spot.
The Safari is an incredible way to discover the wonders of the Flora and Fauna Zoo. Mysore Zoo Safari takes you quickly but easily to the trip of the entire park, helpful for the senior citizens and enjoyable for the young ones.
Bangalore tour packages
The capital of India's southern Karnataka state is Bengaluru (also called Bangalore). The city is also known for its parks and nightlife, which is the hub of India's high-tech industry. Vidhana Soudha is a Neo-Dravidian legislative building near Cubbon Park.
Lalbagh: Spread over 240 acres of land, Lalbagh gets its name because of the sheer number of red roses growing within it. Since it was built by Hyder Ali in 1760, Lalbagh has evolved in leaps and boundaries. One of the largest collections of rare tropical plants, topiary plants, and several other attractions are also open.
Cubbon Park: Cubbon Park is synonymous with Bengaluru. With a variety of flora in its facilities, Cubbon Park is very popular with both fitness enthusiasts and botanical investigators.
Vidhana Soudha: This is an edifice steeped in the tradition of Bangalore, symbolic of the racial melting pot that has become Bengaluru. It was completed in 1956 and was inaugurated by the then Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. The building incorporates elements of British, Dravidian and Indo-Islamic architecture, and it is truly a marriage of cultures.
Bangalore Palace: Designed in 1887 by King Chamaraja Wodeyar, Bangalore Palace is noteworthy for its Tudor-style architecture. The beauty and simplicity of its wooden façade and lush green land have been drawing tourists for decades. There is an open courtyard on the ground floor which has been used for various purposes, such as concerts, weddings, exhibitions, etc.
Bannerghatta National Park: Started in 1971, Bannerghatta National Park was launched with the goal of conserving endangered species and promoting ecotourism. With a plethora of wildlife, ranging from panthers, lions , tigers, and black bears, the park draws several thousand visitors each year. It is situated 22 km away and can be easily reached by car from Bengaluru.
Nandi Hills: Located 60 km from Bengaluru, this hill station is one of the most convenient weekend getaways for people living in Bengaluru. The Nandi sunrise is legendary and draws individuals from all over the world to this eclectic and remote hill station.
- On arrival Bangalore Railway Junction.
- Pick up from and then Proceed towards coorg.
- Hotel Check In at Coorg.
- After Breakfast at Hotel.
- Then proceed to visit Coorg major attractions such as Nisargadhama is a Thick forest.
- Enjoy the natural aroma of greenish, parks, wild animals and especially Kavery river.
- Come back to Hotel.
- Overnight stay at Coorg.
- On Second day, Enjoy a sumptuous breakfast and then Check out from Hotel.
- Then proceed to visit Coorg major attractions such as Talakaveri - birth place of Cauvery, en route visit Bhagamandala - Bhagandeshwara Temple and Triveni Sangama (confluence of the three sacred rivers).
- Next to visit Abbey falls , Madikeri fort and Raja's Tomb
- Then Proceed towards Mysore.
- To visit Mysore sightseeing places such as Krishna Raja Sagara dam and Brindavan Gardens.
- Hotel Check in at Mysore.
- Overnight stay @ Hotel – Mysore
- On Third day, Enjoy a lavish breakfast and then Check out from Hotel.
- Then proceed to visit Mysore major attractions such as Mysore Palace, Chamundeshwari Temple, Jaganmohan Palace , Freedom Fighter's Park.
- Then Proceed towards Bangalore.
- Hotel check in.
- Overnight stay @ Hotel – Bangalore.
- On Fourth day, After breakfast and then Check out from Hotel.
- Then proceed to visit Bangalore major attractions such as ISKCON Temple,Bangalore Palace,Vidhana Soudha,Venkatappa Art Gallery and Government Museum, Cubbon Park , Lalbagh Botanical garden.
- Evening proceed towards Shopping at MG Road.
- Then transferred to the Railway junction, where you will depart for your destination with bags full of souvenirs and happy memories.
- Finally drop at Bangalore railway Junction.
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