Most visited city portal of Mysuru.
Regional Museum of Natural History is located on the banks of the Karanji lake in Mysore and has exhibits related to biological diversity, ecology and geology of Southern India. Regional Museum of Natural History (RMNH) was opened on 20th May 1995. The Museum provides unique opportunity to explore nature and naturalworld through judicious mix of models, translites, AV aids, diorama, thematic, interactive and participatory exhibits. The learning in the captivating environment of the Museum is indeed a fun and truly enjoyable in Mysore.
The city of palaces hosts one among them as a Lalith Mahal hotel for the privileged visitors of the city. The palace is the only one converted into a hotel in Mysore and has the pride of being a 5 star hotel and also rated as a heritage hotel in the city. The palace speaks of opulence and richness in every inch of it.
The palace was built during the reign of the king Krishna Raja Wodeyar IV and was for the exclusive stay of the viceroy. The viceroy was the most important representative of the British supremacy in India and he held the highest position in both the administrative and revenue front of the state. The palace which was meant for the Royal guests is now converted into a hotel and is now run by the govt of India.
Jayalakshmi Vilas Mansion is a building in of Mysore city, Karnataka. It is located in the green surroundings of Manasagangothri, the campus of the University of Mysore. It rises on a hillock on the west side of Kukkarahalli Kere (lake). The Jayalakshmi Vilas Mansion houses a museum of priceless collections of artifacts. The Karnataka government classifies it as a heritage structure.
MasthMysore.Com has been the number one city portal of Mysore ever since it's inception in 2010. From tourist places to useful phone numbers and train timings, from movie schedules to happening events, from business listings to job postings, from facts/trivia to rare photo/video galleries, one can get every possible information about Mysore - past, present and upcoming.