Thanjavur or Tanjore is the city of Chola rulers and bears their stamp in an array of temples finely sculpted and carved. It is the home of Carnatic Music, Musical Instruments, dance and traditional handicrafts. The Brihadesvara Temple built by Raja Chola is said to have been the tallest monument in ancient India, rising height of 92 meters in pyramidal form. Near the inner shrine of Brihadesvara is a gigantic, five meters long black granite sculpture of Nandi, the bull of Lord Shiva. At
Thanjavur one can also visit the Subramanya Temple
Summer = 30 to 38degree celcius
Winter = 20 to 26degree celcius
Bandipur or the Bandipur National Park and Tiger Reserve is situated 80 Kms. south of mysore. It is one of the 15 selected across the country for Projected Tiger, a scheme launched in 1973 by the world wildlife fund to save the tiger.This national park is pretty famous for its flora & fauna and houses some of the exotic species in the world.
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Winter = 20 to 24degree celcius
Ooty or Udagamandalam populary known as ‘Queen of Hill Stations’ is located at the hieght of 2286, metres (7500 feet). Popular tourist attractions include Botanical Gardens, Lake, Doda Betta, Mukurti peak, the pykara dam and sprawling tea platations.Trek routes are available.TTDC has telescope house at Doda Betta. Mudumalai wildlife sanctuary is 60 kms from here.Kothagiri a famous picnic spot is around 29 kms from here.
Summer = 20 to 28degree celcius
Winter = 10 to 16degree celcius