Nandi Bull at Chamundi Hills
Mysore (140 kms from Bangalore) is a renowned heritage destination and guests visit the Mysore Palace here. Besides Mysore Palace there are number of temples that would interest Pilgrimage and heritage travellers.
Chamundi Temple - Chamundi Temple is a Devi temple on a hilltop and considered to be one of the Shakti Peetha.
Ranganatha Temple (16 kms from Mysore at Srirangapatnam) - is the largest temple in Karnataka and was found in 894 A.D by King Tirumalaiya. The temple is dedicated to Lord Ranganathaswamy. It is one of the three most significant temples of Lord Ranganathaswamy.
Keerthinarayana Temple - built in 1117 A.D. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is famous for the Hoysala type of Architecture.
Keshava Temple(38 kms from Mysore, Somnathpur) - built around 1268 A.D this temple was built by the Holsaya dynasty and is the last major temple built during their kingdom.
Shrinathji Temple (38 kms from Mysore, Somnathpur) - built in the 17th century on spot exactly defined by the Lord himself.
Mysore (140 kms from Bangalore) now is connected with Chennai and Bangalore by Flight and well connected with Bangalore and Chennai by Train.
Mysore is a base point to visit Jain Pilgrimage centre of Shravanbelegoda (80 kms) and Halebid - Belur Temples near Hassan (150 kms).
Typical Stay Duration: 2 nights Season: Throughout