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It is one of the districts of Karnataka and was formed in 1939.

Brindavan Gardens - Mandya

The Krishnasagar Reservoir is one of the largest dams of the country which is built over the Cauvery River in North West Mysore. The Brindavan Gardens is a just a level below the dam and is often considered as the one of the most popular terrace gardens of India. The idea of this lovely place was the brainchild of Sir M. Vishveshwaraiah and Sir Mirza M. Ismail. They were both former dewans of Mysore. The design of the garden features Mughal style parks and garden structures and beautiful fountains line on both sides of the pathway. The Children's Park, Fisheries station and Hydraulic Research Station are some other attractions here. The statue of Goddess Cauvery is considered holy for the city and is also unique one.
The Brindavan Gardens, a celebrated beauty spot in this part of India is famous for its symmetric design. The creation of this garden is the achievement of Sir Mirza Ismail, then the Dewan of the princely State of Mysore. Garden is enriched with fountains, lush green lawns, flower beds, shrubs and trees. The Brindavan Gardens is famous for its ethereal beauty, grandeur, and illumination,musical fountain.
Juliet Kilo

153 Followers, 15 Reviews


We got to see this world of flowers in the evening by 6.00- 6.30. It's the best time to watch the illuminated fountain dance which is just breath takingly beautiful in the sunset. The garden has many fountains and beautiful lawns that gives you a feeling that you are in some kind of fantasy. The garden illuminated everywhere after the sunset and you cannot forget this site once you have been here then.
Aishwarya Venugopal

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Best time to visit
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Things to do
garden tours, light and sound shows
Open Hours
6:00 AM - 8:00 PM (all days of the week), Light & sound shows- weekedays- 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM and weekends- 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Budget
Rs 15 for adults, Rs 5 (5- 10 years old), Free- below 5 years

Alpine winery - Mandya

This is one of the best wineries of the country which was started by Raghavendra Gowda in 2007. They serve the best wines to the wine lovers. Mr. Gowda is said to be one of the firsts to have planted grave trees in the Mysore- Mandya region and that is now spread over a 100 hectare area amidst the 500 hectare he owns in total. He has very carefully planted in his vineyard 12 varieties of grapes out of which 6 are red grapes and the other 6 are white grapes. He has managed to bring down some of the most advanced technologies to implement in his vineyard from around 15 different countries. The grapes are planted here very closely to maximize the taste. They also have a guest house for you when you feel a single tour is just not enough to know it all about the wines and wine making processes.
One of the biggest and the best wineries in the area, Alpine wineries have been around for 10 years now. It provides probably, the best experience of the wine culture here. We reach the Winery in the evening and settle in our camps with after having dinner accompanied by some wine. The next day post breakfast we take a cycle tour of the vineyard, distillery, cellar with a detailed explanation of the entire process of wine making followed by wine tasting paired with organic cheese made right there. We head back to Bangalore after some free time and lunch.
Zubin Jagtiani

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Malavalli Lake - Mandya

It is located in the Mandya district and is about 109kms from Bangalore.
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