Jaganmohan Palace (1861): Built in 1861 by Mummadi Krishnaraja Wodeyar, in the traditional Hindu architectural style. The most striking feature of this palace is the intricate carvings that adorn the entire structure. Visitors will be mesmerized with creative excellence at the entrance of the palace itself. A beautiful masterpiece, the main door of the palace has exquisitely carvings on its both sides. The carvings are of Dashavatara, about the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu.
Its entablatures display exquisite carvings of religious significance such as miniature temples and motifs related to Hindu religion. On the other hands, the breathtaking carvings on the walls of Jaganmohan Palace display royal history, lineage of the Mysore royal family along with murals on the Mysore Dusshera.
Timings, Entrance Fee and Contact
10 AM to 5.30 PM, all the days.
Entrance Fee :
Rs. 20/Adult | Children [5 to 10 years]: Rs.10
How to Reach :
Airport : 14.5 Km
Railway Station : 2 Km
Sub Urban Bus Stand : 2 Km