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Jai Sri Ram echoes at Winter Festival in Palace

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Mysuru: It’s been a wish of many devout minded people in the country to have Ram Mandir at Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh.

A replica of soldiers in Himalayan region, at Winter Festival in Palace premises in Mysuru.

A replica of the temple for Lord Ram as proposed by Vishwa Hindu Parishad has turned into a major crowd puller at Winter Festival also known as Maagi Festival on the premises of the palace.

A flower show organised on Palace premises has many exhibits to treat the visitors, with a model of Ram Mandir being one among them at doll show. Miniature idols of Lord Ram and Hanuman in the front greets the visitors, who have been taking a bow as soon as they come across the exhibit of the temple.

Elephant and horse driven chariot made of flowers.

Most of the theist visitors are delighted to get a closer look of the proposed temple.

A floral replica of Bangalore Palace created using one lakh flowers, launch vehicle of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), soldiers in Himalaya, photo points and vertical garden are all drawing the crowds.

A replica of Bangalore Palace.

Jayachamaraja Wadiyar the erstwhile ruler of Mysuru whose birth centenary celebration is underway has also come alive here in the form of floral statues.

A life size statue of erstwhile ruler Jayachamaraja Wadiyar.

Lord Krishna dancing on the hood of seven headed snake, Shivalinga made of orange, famous Aane Gaadi of Palace that was once a part of Jamboo Savari, horse drawn chariot, old wooden palace of Mysuru etc., are all recreated using flowers in myriad hues.

Lord Krishna dancing on seven hooded snake.

The statue of Goddess Cauvery seen in brindavan garden adjoining KRS dam is also recreated.

Adding to it, the visitors will have the privilege of witnessing special illumination of the palace from 7 PM to 9.30 PM till January 02.

A statue of Goddess Cauvery.

Cultural programmes by renowned artistes like M D Pallavi, Sri Harsha and Sunita Chandrakumar and Police Band are organised from December 28 to 31.

The show is organised jointly by Mysuru Palace Board, Department of Tourism and district administration.

District minister V Somanna inaugurated the festival in the presence of Mayor Pushpalatha Jagannath, MLAs G T Devegowda and L Nagendra, Deputy Commissioner Abhiram G Sankar, MCC Commissioner Gurudatta Hegde were present.

– Team Mysoorunews

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