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Signboard in the entrance porch of the cloistered Keshava Temple, Somanathapura, Mysore district, One of the finest of Hoysala style architectures, near #Mysore, #Karnataka, #India   #Somanathapura #Somnathpur #Somanathpur #Somanathapur #Architecture #incredibleindia #Travels #Temples #templesofindia #Trayaan #Historical #Monuments #MonumentsOfIndia #Hoysala #HoysalaTemples #HoysalaArchitecture

Somanathapura Keshava Temple

Signboard in the entrance porch of the cloistered Keshava Temple, Somanathapura, Mysore district, One of the finest of Hoysala style architectures, near #Mysore, #Karnataka, #India #Somanathapura #Somnathpur #Somanathpur #Somanathapur #Architecture #incredibleindia #Travels #Temples #templesofindia #Trayaan #Historical #Monuments #MonumentsOfIndia #Hoysala #HoysalaTemples #HoysalaArchitecture

A mythical emblem that accompanies the Maharajas of #Mysore.  As day 2 of the celebrations have begun, get to know a few stories behind the royal emblem.  #Mysoredasara

Mysore Dasara and the mythical creature - Gandaberunda

The Gandaberunda is a two-headed bird that is found within the Hindu mythology. It is an incarnation of the god Vishnu, and is said to possess magical strength.

Mysore Palace at night, Mysore, Karnataka.

Mysore Palace at night, Mysore, Karnataka.

File:Flag of Mysore.svg-1399–1950	 Kingdom of Mysore Princely State of Mysore Kingdom (Subordinate to Vijayanagara Empire until 1565).  Princely state under the suzerainty of the British Crown after 1799.

File:Flag of Kingdom of Mysore Princely State of Mysore Kingdom (Subordinate to Vijayanagara Empire until Princely state under the suzerainty of the British Crown after

Kingdom of Mysore -Legendary Vainikas – Veene Subbanna and Veene Sheshanna (photographed in 1902)

Kingdom of Mysore -Legendary Vainikas – Veene Subbanna and Veene Sheshanna (photographed in

KARNATAKA TRADITIONS - LAST KING OF WODEYAR FAMILY, MYSORE.

KARNATAKA TRADITIONS - LAST KING OF WODEYAR FAMILY, MYSORE.

My Journey on Temples of Karnataka : Marale Twin Hoysala Temple - Near Belur

Marale is small city just 18 KMs from Belur on the way to Chickmagalur, it is not its speciality - here we can see 2 Hoysala templ.

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