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Mysore Dasara Procession Route Map Starting End Location Fest

Know the details about the Mysore Dasara Procession Route Map Starting End Location Fest, Dasara Festival Mysore Jumbo Savari Route

The Mysore Dussehra festival has a history of hundreds of years. During these ten-day-long festivals, the pujas and processions also impress the foreigners of the country. Every year lakhs of tourists come to Mysore to witness these festivals. This time, due to the restrictions, devotees are attending on a limited scale. As part of the festivities, the Mysore palette will be lit up brightly in the lights of the lamp. There is historical evidence that the Dussehra celebrations were started here by the kings of Vijayanagara in the 15th century.

Abdur Razak, an ambassador from Persia, wrote about the Dussehra celebrations in Mysore. After the fall of the Vijayanagara Empire, the Vadayars, the kings of Mysore, started Dussehra celebrations in Srirangapatna. During the Dussehra festival, Mysore Palace and Chamundi Hill are lit up with lamplights. In Srirangapatnam also Dussehra celebrations were held in the traditional manner.

In 1805, Krishnaraja Wadayar III started holding a special Rajdarbar in the Mysore Palace during Dussehra celebrations. Since then it has become a custom. Even today the descendants continue to hold private Darbhar On Maharnavami, the ninth day of Navratri, the king’s sword was brought along with elephants, horses and camels in a procession and worship was performed. . These celebrations are held as a festival of eyes.

Mysore Dasara Procession Route Map Starting End Location Fest

Starting Point: Mysore Palace

Ending Poing: Bannimantap grounds

Route of the Dasara Procession: Mysore Palace to Albert Road to Sayyaji Rao Road to Bamboo Bazaar to Highway circlet to Bannimantap grounds

Rehearsals will be done at the Mysore Palace for the crucial Jambu Sawari of the prestigious Mysore Dussehra festival. Jambu ride will be held on Vijayadashami day. Gajaraja Abhimanyu, who carries the ambari, will be paraded with a stick ambari. Abhimanyu and other Gajarajas walks along in the palace courtyard. Abhimanyu carries Koya Ambari with 750 kg sandbags with ease.

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