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One of Bangalore’s busiest markets, the KR market, hides this surprise: an elegant palace built by Tipu Sultan, with teak pillars and frescoes. Though incomparable to the more famous Tipu Sultan’s palace at Mysore, this is one of the relatively...more
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It's an interesting building as it's so different to what you see in the area. It's built adjacent to an Hindu temple - you can see the contrast.
This was just used by the ruling sultan for a bit of "time out" in the summer....More
The palace is fascinating and the information plaques do a little justice to the history and context. We went with a guide from the INTACH who was fantastic at explaining everything and bringing it to life.
It’s a huge pity that tourists are not better...More
The 17 Century palace with its wooden art and architectural design is an masterpiece even today. It has a large garden and a scenic view .The secular credentials show that a temple is located in the vicinity of the palace.
Now the place is located...More
Most important heritage summer palace here in the heart of Bengaluru City and close to this is his Fort where there are Prison Cells which were home to captive British Solders which is interesting. Please ask a guide to explain you will wonder how they...More
I recently visited this place with my cousin. This palace is a gem of emperor tipu sultan which is well maintained.One can climb up top and see the beauty of the place.A large garden with variety of flowers are there outside which attracts many visitors.Must...More
This is an impressively designed and lovely to look at structure near the market. Nothing was going on there the day we passed through, but that made it easier to see the details. We didn't stay long, but it was nice to see where the...More
It is a palace in the Muslim (Sarazin) type of architecture, so rather simple, with specific architectural elements, and it is quite small. If you are looking for something more majestic, I would suggest Bengaluru Palace, or... More
It is a palace in the Muslim (Sarazin) type of architecture, so rather simple, with specific architectural elements, and it is quite small. If you are looking for something more majestic, I would suggest Bengaluru Palace, or Mysuru palace of course if you have time