It features granite benches with bright blue ceramic tiles on the ground floor, a fairy tale Ballroom, Raja Ravi Varma's paintings, vine-covered walls, etc.
It has been a very important place in Karnataka's history, and it has almost 500 old temples, archaeological buildings, treasury buildings, and bastions.
The Mysore palace is one of the most interesting places in India, and when it is lit up on Sunday evenings, it is a sight to see.
It has a great Deccan style of architecture, and its name comes from the circular dome, or Gol Gombadh.
Bidar Fort is one of the old buildings in Karnataka that shows how good the ancient South Indian dynasty was at building.
This fort is in a beautiful spot, surrounded by lush green gardens. This fort covered thousands of acres and was built in 1848, which makes it a historical site.
Vijayanagar ruled from the Royal Enclosure. The brilliant Vijayanagar-Mughal architecture is symbolic.
Raja's tomb, also called Gaddige, is located in Madikeri, Coorg, which is one of the most beautiful hill stations in Karnataka.
This historic site is a great example of Badami Chalukya architecture, which dates back to the sixth century and is built into the rock.
The Ganga Dynasty commander and minister Chavundaraya promoted this massive 57-foot statue. This statue is one of the world's largest free-standing statues.
Before the British stabilised it, the fort saw many fights and was apprehended by many rules. Mahatma Gandi was imprisoned in this fort during India's freedom movement.
Pattadakal, the "City of the Crown Rubies," is one of Karnataka's most important historical sites and a global heritage site for seeing Chalukya monuments.
The fort-enclosed Old Palace, also known as Gagan Palace, is in ruins. The Vijayanagara kings lived in Anegondi.
This is where the brave ruler of Mysore, Tipu Sultan, stayed. It is at the intersection of Albert Victor Road and Krishna Rajendra.
Mirjan Fort, on the Aghanashini River, commemorates our glorious past. It is 4.1 hectares and 11 km from Kumta in Karnataka.
Tipu Sultan's death spot is where he was recovered. Colonel Wellesley installed a stone tablet at Tipu Sultan's body's location.