Temple( Nimishambal and Ranganathasamy) was excellent and nice ones..Both are near by and must visit places.
Sadly photographs are not permitted inside this truly amazing building. Battle scenes against the British are depicted in wonderful colours on the inside of this mainly teak palace. A 'must visit' attraction.
Kaveri river flowing all round the town,,,,as lokapavani,, pakchima vahini....good place to take bath is raja gatta,, in pakchimavahini, sangama rituals done to departed souls...darshan of Lord ranganatha....historical tipu sultan fort is coverd, danjan, batteri, dariadoulat,,,tipu summer palace....travel by local tangas enjoyable.. Visiting kari gatta srinivasa temple, nimishamba temple on the bank of kaveri,, boating in karols in sangama.....it is... More
Srirangapatna has few notable places to see ... - Tipu's Summer Palace (Daria Daulat Bag) - built in 1784 and stands as a testimony to Tippu’s affection for greenery and open space. - The Gumbaz - It was built by Tippu Sultan for his parents between 1782-84AD. Later Tippu was buried here on 5th May 1799. - Sangam (Kaveri River,... More
The main temple in this historic fortress city is 1200 years old. When we visited it was being painted white which seemed to be shame since the natural stone was so incredibly beautiful. As with most sites in India, visitors need to remove their shoes. Beware that photography is not allowed inside the temple complex and there are hefty fines... More
Sri Ranganatha Temple, Srirangapatna Sri Ranganatha Temple is 1200 year old and is dedicated to Ranganatha – a manifestation of Lord Vishnu. It was built by the Gangas in the 9th Century and later on the temple was improved on by the Hoysalas and Vijayanagara Kings. The temple is one of the set of three temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu... More
It helped that we had a guide with us that helped put the whole area into context and told the story of Tipu Sultan. You either need a good guide or guide book to get the most from the site. We spent most time exploring the Dariya Daulat Palace rather than the temple site. Parts of the palace were spectacular... More
It is tipu sultans historical kingdom site. It has beenturned into a residential locality. The remnants of the fort, canons and ammunition godown is still there. Nothing extraordinary. Visit it for the sake of walk down the history pages
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