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The Leela Palace, with its lush garden and beautiful exterior inspired by the majestic Mysore Palace, transports you to another time and place. You can simply sit for hours and enjoy its beauty, or walk the corridors in their opulence and splendor, viewing the handmade grand Venetian chandeliers hanging from the ceiling, or the paintings of princes and sultans. All photography by Suna. Read more on www.sunaandtoast.com
Painting by Bhim Singh Hada depicting the Maharaja of Mysore, Chamarajendra Wadiyar

The Magical Leela Palace

Painting by Bhim Singh Hada depicting the Maharaja of Mysore, Chamarajendra Wadiyar

Painting by Bhim Singh Hada hanging in the lobby, depicting two members of the royal family of Mysore, the Wadiyar brothers

The Magical Leela Palace

Painting by Bhim Singh Hada hanging in the lobby, depicting two members of the royal family of Mysore, the Wadiyar brothers

Entrance to the Jamavar Restaurant with Royal Indian Cuisine

The Magical Leela Palace

Entrance to the Jamavar Restaurant with Royal Indian Cuisine

Ornate bracelet made out of 24 carat gold leaf

The Magical Leela Palace

Ornate bracelet made out of 24 carat gold leaf

Detail from above painting with gold leaf and stonework embellishments

The Magical Leela Palace

Detail from above painting with gold leaf and stonework embellishments

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A comb dating back from the royal era used to adorn different hairstyles for women. With semi-precious stones and gold

The Magical Leela Palace

A comb dating back from the royal era used to adorn different hairstyles for women. With semi-precious stones and gold

Detail of slippers from above painting

The Magical Leela Palace

Detail of slippers from above painting

Lobby with huge windows showing a magnificently clear view of the lush garden

The Magical Leela Palace

Lobby with huge windows showing a magnificently clear view of the lush garden

Beautiful metalwork found above the lobby lift, which combines a mixture of 5 metals, displaying the flora and fauna of nature with intricately carved peacocks. A jali or jaali meaning "net", is the term used for a perforated stone or latticed screen, usually with an ornamental pattern constructed through the use of calligraphy and geometry

The Magical Leela Palace

Beautiful metalwork found above the lobby lift, which combines a mixture of 5 metals, displaying the flora and fauna of nature with intricately carved peacocks. A jali or jaali meaning "net", is the term used for a perforated stone or latticed screen, usually with an ornamental pattern constructed through the use of calligraphy and geometry

Ornate chandelier

The Magical Leela Palace

Ornate chandelier

An intricately carved partition at the Maharaja Suite. The design is inspired by nature and adorns semi-precious stones and 22 carat gold-leaf work

The Magical Leela Palace

An intricately carved partition at the Maharaja Suite. The design is inspired by nature and adorns semi-precious stones and 22 carat gold-leaf work

Ornate pillar

The Magical Leela Palace

Embellished and hand embroidered cushion

The Magical Leela Palace

Embellished and hand embroidered cushion

The Magical Leela Palace — Suna & Toast - suna & toast

The Magical Leela Palace

The Magical Leela Palace — Suna & Toast - suna & toast

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