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Majestic Indian Palaces
Majestic Indian Palaces

Neel Malhotra
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India is famed for its rich cultural history and heritage. The numerous magnificent palaces across the country stand as testament to this fact. These breath-taking, luxurious palaces tell stories of the lavish, elegant lifestyles of the royal families that lived here. Many of these royal palaces have been converted into luxury hotels or museums and made accessible to locals and tourists. These evergreen architectural wonders never fail to mesmerize anybody who visits them.

Posted On : 3/19/2016 5:49:47 AM

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Minakshi Iyer
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How many palaces are there in Mumbai? Please give the names.

Posted On : 3/25/2016 1:10:48 AM

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Sonika Gupta
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Amba Vilas Palace is situated in the city of Mysore Karnataka. Mysore Palace is built by Wodeyar kings in the 14th century. The palace is famously known as `The Palace of Mysore`. After the Taj Mahal, The Palace of Mysore second most famous tourist attractions in India. Amba Vilas Palace is the venue of world famous Mysore Dasara festival with a parade elephants and other events at the palace grounds.

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