Tippu Palace

Tippu Palace is one of the remains of the history in Bangalore, Construction of the palace started in 1781 by Haider Ali and completed by his son Tippu sultan in 1791, This Palace is built in an Islamic style with mostly wood and a very good paintings on the walls with lot of pillars across the palace.
BTW another fact is that the so called Palace is just a part of main palace, the main palace was towards the Venkataramana Temple which is no more exist there.
Current Palace consist of Ground & First floor with lot of rooms, hall & a open area, In ground floor there is small museum with few paintings related to Tippu sultan by James Hunter, Robert Home and others.

[Entrance of the palace]

[Palace view]

[Pillars of the palace]

[Internal view of the palace]

[Paintings on the wall]

[These walls are spoiled by scribbling by Morons]

[About Tippu palace]

Location: Near KR Market (City Market)

Entrance Fee: Rs.5

Note: Well, there is some small conflicts in the date of construction of the palace, Inside one can see it is started in 1781 and completed by 1791, However outside at the entrance it is dated 1778-1789, Do any of you know why it is so ?

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