Brindavan Gardens is the most captivating garden in Mysore and famed for a center of tourist attraction. During the period of Krishnaraja Wodeyar, this garden was built across the Cauvery River and below the Krishnarajasagar dam. The prime attraction of this place is its decoration with huge lawns and various kaleidoscopical courses of flowers. Another attraction is the ‘dancing fountain’ that looks stunning. One can visit to the garden at any time from 7 am to 8 pm on all days.
Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary
The Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary is Small Island on the banks of river Kaveri located about 5 km away from Srirangapatna. It spans a 57 acres area. It is the best destination for all bird lovers. One can watch a large number of animals and species like the herons, egrets, and white ibis. Also little cormorants, dantes, open billed stork etc.
The beautiful Chamundeswari Temple is located on a hill in the district of Mysore. It was built during the latter part of the 18th century.
The temple is decorated with several epitomes of Nandi. The massive Nandi is 15 feet wide and 24 feet long. It also has a seven floor ‘gopuram’ and famed as the idol of the Goddess that is made of gold and the entrance with shinning silver.
Srirangapatna fort is one of the renowned monuments in India, also called as Tipu’s palace. The architecture of the palace is a perfect blend of Indo-Islamic style and the huge Persian. It has four entrances: Delhi, Bangalore, Mysore and Water and Elephant gates. The construction of this fort is built in a double wall defense system.
Additionally, Srirangapatna Fort has a mosque and the Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple which is dedicated to Lord Krishna, famous for its gopuram and thick fort-like walls. There are various painting that can be seen on the walls like ‘The storming of Seringapattam’ by Sir Robert Ker. These painting represent the magnificent victory of Tipu Sultan over British. At the inner entrance of the fort, Chaturvimsati pillars can be found of bore carvings of 24 forms of Vishnu.