Lion-tailed Macaque

Lion-tailed Macaque in Mysore Zoo. Native to the Western Ghats,Lion-tailed Macaque is endangered species. Black bodied with a starkly contrasting white furry mane makes it look these monkeys unique. The tail resembles that of lion and hence the name, Lion-tailed-Macaque. In Mysore zoo these are kept in a sort of open area with a deep trench running around it.

Native to the Western Ghats,Lion-tailed Macaque is endangered species. Black bodied with a starkly contrasting white furry mane makes it look these monkeys unique. The tail resembles that of lion and hence the name, Lion-tailed-Macaque. In Mysore zoo these are kept in a sort of open area with a deep trench running around it.

Everything about Mysore!

Kaveri River

Geographically, religiously and even politically Kaveri (Cauvery, in English) is a significant river in South India.
 
There are many large cities of south india developed on the shores of this river.In some sense Kaveri to the Deccan plain is what Ganges to the Indo-Gangetic plain of the north India.

Crawford Hall

This functions as the administrative headquarters of University of Mysore.Crawford Hall illuminated during the Dussera season

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Opera Cinema

Opera cinema on Sri Harsha Road.

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Loyal World

Loyal World is an old supermarket of Mysore city, that enjoys a good patronage from the local population as its clientele.They have a few outlets scattered around the city, all under the brand name Loyal World.

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Mysore Masala Dosa

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More Supermarket

More is one of the biggest shopping malls in Mysore.This is the new incarnation of the erstwhile Fab City, that was the first such large scale supermarket in Mysore city
In fact More have many smaller outlets spread across the city and the biggest one is at Narayana Shastry road in the city center.  Spread over the 4 floors, this al...

Mysore City

Mysore City

The name Mysore is often used to refer Mysore district, Mysore sub-district, Mysore city and in historic contest the Mysore kingdom that spanned most of the present day Karnataka state.

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