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'''Mysore''' is a district in [[South (Karnataka)|South]] [[Karnataka]] in [[India]].
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'''Mysore''' is a district in [[Karnataka|Karnataka State]].
 
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==Regions==
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==Cities==
 
==Cities==
*[[Mysore]]
 
  
==Other destinations==
 
*[[Kushal Nagar]]
 
*[[Hunsur]]
 
*[[Bylakupee]] - The biggest [[Tibet]]an settlement outside of [[Tibet]].
 
*[[Sera]] - One of the 3 biggest monasteries of Tibetan Buddhism outside of [[Tibet]].
 
*[[Krishnarajanagara]]
 
*[[Piriyapatna]]
 
 
*[[Heggadadevankote]]
 
*[[Heggadadevankote]]
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*[[Hunsur]]
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*[[Krishnarajasagara]]
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*[[Mysore]]
 
*[[Nanjangud]]
 
*[[Nanjangud]]
 
*[[Narsipur]]
 
*[[Narsipur]]
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*[[Piriyapatna]]
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==Other destinations==
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*[[Bylakupee]] - The largest Tibetan settlement outside of [[Tibet]].
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* Stone sculptures at [[Somnathapura]]
  
 
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==See==
 
==See==
*'''Namdrolling Monastery''', near [[Bylakupee]], a large Nyingma monastery which contains the '''Golden Temple'''. In the Golden Temple there are 3 statues of Buddha, one 60 Ft. high and the other two 58 Ft. high.
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*'''Mysore palace'''
*'''New Sera Mey Temple''', in [[Sera]].
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[[Image:palace(mysore).jpg|thumb|350px|'''Palace, Mysore, 2010.''', Mysore.]]
*'''Sera Jhe''' (also: Sera Jey) and Sera Mey monasteries. In [[Sera]] you will find a village of almost 5,000 monks and one of the 3 biggest monasteries of Tibetan Buddhism outside of [[Tibet]].
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*'''Namdroling Monastery''', in [[Bylakupee]], a large Nyingma monastery which contains the '''Golden Temple'''. In the Golden Temple there are three impressive statues of the Buddha.
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*'''Sera Jhe''' (also: Sera Jey) and '''Sera Mey''' monasteries. These monasteries are located in the same complex in [[Bylakupee]], and with a combined population of almost 5,000 monks, it is one of the largest monastic communties of Tibetan Buddhism outside of [[Tibet]].
  
 
===Itineraries===
 
===Itineraries===
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Chamundi Hills: About 15 km from Mysore, it is a hill station temple which has Goddess Chamundeswhari as deity. The Nandi - Shiva's mount in mythology - at Chamundi Hills is quite famous in its own right. It is the third largest in the country at 16 by 24 feet and was carved out of a single boulder about three-and-a-half centuries ago.
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Mysore Palace: Magnificient piece of architecture.
  
 
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Mysore is a district in Karnataka State.

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  • Mysore palace
Palace, Mysore, 2010., Mysore.
  • Namdroling Monastery, in Bylakupee, a large Nyingma monastery which contains the Golden Temple. In the Golden Temple there are three impressive statues of the Buddha.
  • Sera Jhe (also: Sera Jey) and Sera Mey monasteries. These monasteries are located in the same complex in Bylakupee, and with a combined population of almost 5,000 monks, it is one of the largest monastic communties of Tibetan Buddhism outside of Tibet.

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Chamundi Hills: About 15 km from Mysore, it is a hill station temple which has Goddess Chamundeswhari as deity. The Nandi - Shiva's mount in mythology - at Chamundi Hills is quite famous in its own right. It is the third largest in the country at 16 by 24 feet and was carved out of a single boulder about three-and-a-half centuries ago.

Mysore Palace: Magnificient piece of architecture.

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