Daria Daulat Bagh

Daria Daulat Bagh, Mandya: Address, Daria Daulat Bagh Reviews: 4/5

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World Of Reshma
Bengaluru, India269 contributions
Wooden Palace Of Tipu Sultan
Oct 2020
At the entrance plenty place is there for parking of 2 & 4 wheelers. The entrance ticket you have to buy online which will cost you 20 per head and e ticket will be delivered to your phone in the PDF format. No Offline ticket is available.

The summer palace of Tipu Sultan which was built by Tipu Sultan in the year 1784. A splendid wooden palace with wall paintings and some items was kept for tourist to see like guns, Swords, dress, Ammunition, Coins and furniture. some paintings include the painting of Tipu sultan and Hyder Ali. You can see the Original Painting of Srirangapatanam Forte was captured by British Terrorists.
Written November 3, 2020
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Karen P
Girona, Spain825 contributions
Beautiful summer palace with fantastic murals
Jan 2020
This palace really peaked my interest in the story of Tipu Sultan. The murals are wonderful and the colours amazing for their age.
Written April 16, 2020
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Aniket T
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Beware of frauds
Feb 2020 • Family
Beware of frauds there..
Keep your shoes inside the car..otherwise they will charge u Rs.10 per pair.
They charge you Rs. 10 for you using the toilets also..
When you enters the tomb..person starts explaining to you and at the end ..they will ask for money... Dont gibe money to tgem..

For parking..they will charge you Rs.50 .

So beware of these frauds..
And if you dont give they starts argueing with you.
Written February 28, 2020
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Riyas Abdul Kareem
Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), India13 contributions
Beautiful
Dec 2019
A beautiful garden arranged finel in front of tipu sultans summer palace. green loans are there for families to spend a while. nice one.
Written December 10, 2019
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syed_vasim_s
Bengaluru, India67 contributions
Summer palace of Tipu sultan
Oct 2019
It is the summer palace of tipu sultan. It has a museum which gives you good insight of life of tipu sultan.
Written October 9, 2019
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Adeeb unisa
Mysuru (Mysore), India355 contributions
Hats off
Aug 2019 • Family
If you really want to know the history of Hazarth Tippu Sultan this place is a must for you. Timings are 8:30am to 5:3pm.
Written August 19, 2019
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Ajit C
Bengaluru, India46 contributions
Historical Trip
Apr 2019 • Family
Worth a visit. Depicts how we bravely fought the British. The hand scetches of the family and clan of Tipu Sultan as preserved are a must see.
Written April 12, 2019
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awatle1
Leicester, UK200 contributions
Must see!
Jan 2019 • Couples
This was the stand-out attraction on our recent visit to South India. The beautiful building and stunning friezes make this a must-see, and there are also some interesting artifacts on display. We didn't find that we needed a guide as the information boards were clear and thorough.
Written February 16, 2019
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Seevali D
Colombo, Sri Lanka8,424 contributions
Depicting Tippu Sultan’s Warfare and Lifestyle
Dec 2018 • Friends
Four of us touring Mysuru visited the summer palace, in the morning on 15th December 2018 along with our guide Joseph. It is also known as “Dariya Daulat” translated as ‘wealth of the sea’. On the way to the palace we stopped at a location marked “Tipu’s Death Place”, marked with a stone, where he died during the war. It is a good place for history lovers to visit.
After purchasing our entry tickets (₹ 200 for foreigners & ₹15 for Indians) we walked to the palace along the access road that runs through the large beautifully maintained garden, an oasis when compared to the outer environs. The guide Joseph told us that it was Tipu’s father, Hyder Ali, who commenced the palace construction in 1778, but was completed by him in 1874 after his father’s death. The rectangular palace sits on a raised platform and the intricately carved arches demonstrate the Indo-Islamic architectural style. The front of the palace, at the time of our visit, was covered with heavy dark-green bamboo curtains, presumably to preserve the valuable wall paintings. It is a two-storey building, supported on large pillars and entirely constructed using teak. The upper storey was not open to the public at the time of our visit. The two balconies on the upper floor are prominent and Tippu conducted his affairs of court from these.
The outer part of the building has wide corridors allowing visitors to observe and appreciate the various paintings. Not an inch had been left without a painting. The outer walls hold paintings of battles conducted by Tipu and his associates, various events of his period as well as portraits. Although we had no access to the upper storey, we could see the attractive ceiling decorated with floral designs.
A portrait of Tipu Sultan adorns one of the rooms in the small museum. His clothes, weapons, pistols, swords and rare paintings are on display in the inner rooms along with lovely and beautiful wall décor.
The Palace is open for public viewing from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm every day. Toilet facilities and drinking water is available. We saw some wheelchairs too for differently abled persons. Photos are permitted without flash. There is fee of ₹25 for the use of a video camera. We spent about 90 minutes at the Palace.
Written February 6, 2019
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Meghna2014
Mumbai, India16 contributions
Must visit
Jul 2018 • Family
Lovely insight into Tipu sultans history and heritage. Beautiful and artistic building but can be covered in an hour. Beautiful gardens for a picnic in the right weather. In July with the monsoons everything was lush green and uber pretty
Written July 9, 2018
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