Sunday, March 25, 2012

Scenic Sunday - Mysore Palace, Mysore, Karnataka, India - March 25, 2012

I had hoped to be able to do a whole blog about my trip to Mysore but, since  my
Tata Photon is being so uncooperative about uploading photos, that will have to
wait until I return to San Francisco.  This is a small photo of my blog header.  The
palace is incredibly beautiful and the inside, where we were not allowed to take
photographs, is lovelier than I can say.  If you ever have a chance to visit south
India, you must go there!


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13 comments:

  1. A beautiful shot of the Palace. Thanks for sharing, Happy Scenic Sunday!

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    1. eileeninmd - this palace was only build in 1912 - the former one was destroyed by fire...the maharajah doesn't live in it but has a home nearby

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  2. It's such a grant palace! So beautiful..

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    1. It is incredible to see, Icy...the interior is beautiful...no photos allowed and we had to be barefoot!

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    1. I am so thrilled I got to see this...it was a long drive from Bangalore. India is filled with such treasures.

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  4. such a huge place...really interesting to see the scenic spots around the world.cheers.

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  5. One continues to enjoy very much your adventure and the chance to get a glimpse of this world. Please have a good new week ahead.

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    1. Time is really growing short, Robert..almost my final week. I've been unable to share so much because of the internet problems.

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  6. That is one of the most beautiful buildings I've ever seen.

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    1. I wish you could see the interior...we weren't allowed to do photos...there are three different architectural styles to the building. When I get home and have better internet, I'll post a blog about it all.

      Ellen must be home by now. Did she enjoy her trip?

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  7. eileeninmd - this palace was only build in 1912 - the former one was destroyed by fire...the maharajah doesn't live in it but has a home nearby

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