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Tipu Sultan's Palace

Tipuís Palace is a two-storied ornate wooden structure with pillars, arches and balconies flanked by gardens on either sides leading to the palace.  The construction was started by Hyder Ali but completed by his son, Tipu Sultan in 1791. This palace was originally a summer retreat and it took ten years to plan and complete the construction. It is a two-storied ornate wooden structure with pillars, arches and balconies flanked by gardens on either side leading to the palace.

The architecture, the layout and the overall look of Tipuís Palace gives you the idea of the ethnic Mughal lifestyle. The Palace and its remains present the history of the era in which it was built. The Eastern and Western projecting balconies of the upper floor contained the seat of state from where Tipu conducted affairs of the state.

The summer palace of Tipu Sultan was built in Bangalore. This palace is beautifully decorated with floral motifs on the walls and ceilings. Tipu Sultan died defending his capital Srirangapattana, on May 4, 1799. Then, we went to see a historic temple, Ranganatha Swamy Temple. Temple of Lord Vishnu in the sleeping posture on the Great Snake Anantha, is one of the Largest temples in the State.

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