Mysore Palace is one of the most magnificent buildings. It is a sight not to be missed when it is illuminated on Sundays and Festive Occasions. The Interior of the Palace is equally worth a visit, for its spacious Halls, called Mantaps, Paintings and Architectural beauty.
The Palace is an Excellent combination of Indo-Saracenic Architecture. The domes and the outside construction are of Muslim Architecture. But the Interior of the Palace is a fine example of Hindu Architecture. Together, it is an aesthetic blend of Hindu and Muslim Architecture. Though the present Palace is little over a century old, there is clear evidence to show that there existed a Royal Structure even when the two Yadu dynasty Princes, Yaduraya and Krishnaraya, came to Mysore in 1399 A.D.