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Preparations at Mysore Palace
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Preparations at Mysore Palace

Mysuru:  Brisk preparations were on at Mysore Palace premises this morning to erect a huge stage to hold cultural programmes. Seating arrangements were also being made for various categories. Private Durbar: Preparations were also on for holding the Private Durbar at the Palace tomorrow. The rituals will commence tomorrow at 4.30 am with ‘Yenne Shastra’…

Palace Durbar Hall getting ready for Navarathri
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Palace Durbar Hall getting ready for Navarathri

The Mysore Palace, which is the centre of attraction during the Navarathri celebrations to be held from Oct.10 to 19, is being decked up for the festivities. The Royal Abode, including the Private Durbar Hall, is being spruced up. Pictures show the workers dusting the ornately gilded columns, stained glass ceilings, chandeliers with fine floral…

Vintage Convoy for Dasara Jumbos
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Vintage Convoy for Dasara Jumbos

Mysuru: Vintage cars of various companies manufactured between 1920s and 1970s, which arrived at Lalitha Mahal Palace in city last evening, made their presence felt by moving around some parts of the city. They were later parked in front of the illuminated Mysore Palace. Dasara jumbos too posed with the 50 vintage beauties and the…

Tourism Day: Cultural evening at Palace
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Tourism Day: Cultural evening at Palace

The Police Band performing in the backdrop of the illuminated Mysore Palace last evening as part of the World Tourism Day cultural programmes organised by the District Administration, Tourism Department, Palace Board, Mysuru Travel Association (MTA) and Mysuru Hoteliers Association.      

Pujas performed to seven canons at Palace
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Pujas performed to seven canons at Palace

Mysuru: Ahead of Dasara, pujas were performed to  the canons at the Mysore Palace this morning. The puja was performed to seven canons by priest S.V. Prahlada Rao in the auspicious Abhijin Lagna between 11 and 11.30 am. The rituals which included Vijayaganapathi puja, Mruthyunjaya puja, Chamundeshwari puja and Mruthyunjaya Japa. The seven canons will…

Asian Games Star visits city
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Asian Games Star visits city

Dutee Chand, who won the silver in women’s 100 metres and 200 metres at the Jakarta Asian Games, visited Mysore Palace yesterday. She visited the Palace along with her friends and family members and also took part in the Ganesha Chaturthi pujas offered to the elephants. By winning two silver medals, Dutee Chand has joined…

Governor visits Palace
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Governor visits Palace

Karnataka Governor Vajubhai R. Vala visited Mysore Palace for the first time this morning along with his family members. Picture shows Palace Board Dy. Director T.S. Subramanya explaining about Goddess Chamundeshwari, the presiding deity of Mysuru, placed inside the replica of Golden Howdah, to the VVIP. The dignitary, who spent more than an hour going…

Dasara jumbos to be welcomed at Mysore Palace tomorrow evening
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Dasara jumbos to be welcomed at Mysore Palace tomorrow evening

Mysuru:  The first batch of six Dasara elephants which arrived in city on Sept.2 evening and housed at Aranya Bhavan in Ashokapuram here will be accorded a warm welcome to the Mysore Palace at 4.30 pm tomorrow (Sept.5) with traditional puja. While five elephants arrived from Veeranahosahalli Gate of the Nagarahole National Park in Hunsur…

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