Bjelkeman's travel notes

Travels with the cloud in my pocket.

Mysore, the abode of the demon

During this week’s break we have spent some time in Mysore, Karnataka’s second largest city. Mysore is famous for its big palace, Mysore palace, completed in 1912, after the previous palace burnt down at a (rowdy?) wedding of Princess Jayalakshmanni. We also visited the mother of a friend and checked out the vegetable market.


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