The Art Gallery in the Jaganmohan Palace in Mysore has a unique collection of ceramics, sandalwood, ivory, stone, antique furniture and ancient musical instruments. Paintings by reputed artists like Ravi Varma and Roerich, as well as the traditional Mysore gold leaf paintings, are also on display
Dedicated to the memory of Sir M. Visveswaraya, the architect of modern Karnataka, the museum provides a brief history of technological development in the country and houses many technical inventions. Timings: 10.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. daily, except on Republic Day (26th January) and Independence Day (15th August.)
Established in 1886, this beautiful structure with splendid Corinthian Columns, houses a wonderful collection of archaeological and geological artifacts and old jewellery. Timing:09.00 hrs to 18.00 hrs. Closed on Wednesdays and Public holidays. Found here is a splendid collection relating to archaeology, geology, art and numismatics. Antiquities from Mohenjodaro take visitors back to the India of 5000 years ago when it was the cradle of a great civilization.
Located behind the railway station is the little-known but impressive Rail Museum with its priceless locomotives, coaches and collection of paintings and photographs narrating the ‘Rail Story.’ The prize exhibit of the museum is the Maharani’s Saloon built in the U.K
Karnataka - the ancient dynastic land of India, which once nurtured great Indian dynasties, is a charming state of coastal beauty and tall wavering palmgroves. Travel Hampi, Halebid, Gulbarga, Badami, Bidar, Bijapur, Halebid and Belur and get a glimpse of Karnataka's historical heritage or enjoy the nightlife of the Silicon Valley of India - Bangalore.
Mangalore , Hassan ,Madikeri ,Mysore ,Chikmagalur, Karwar