An exemplification of awesome engineering and excellence, The Majestic Bangalore Palace safeguards in it the flavor of old great lavishness. At present the focal fascination in Bangalore, the castle was worked in the year 1878. Chamarajendra Wadiyar's British Guardians purchased the first property in 1873 from the foremost of Bangalore Central High School, Rev, J Garret, from his assets. The royal residence is remarkably tremendous and spread crosswise over 45,000 square feet. A blend of Tudor and Scottish Gothic design have come about into the great castle that we see today. The wooden structure of the royal residence alongside the delightful carvings both inside and outside features the regal culture in various ways.
Aside from being a noteworthy vacationer goal, the castle is a host to various social occasions, shake shows, and relational unions. According to convictions, King Chamarajendra Wadiyar drew his motivation for building the royal residence from the Windsor Castle of London. The rock seats adorned with fluorescent blue artistic tiles on the ground floor, a tall tale Ballroom, the well-known painter Raja Ravi Varma's sketches, vine-secured dividers, and the Durbar Hall on the main floor meet up to frame the predisposing Bangalore Palace.
A visit to the royal residence allows you to witness the exquisite and extravagant wonder of a standout amongst the most ground-breaking lines of South India. A sound tape is accessible inside the Palace, both in Hindi and English, to help the general population having dialect issues, comprehend its history better.