Dariya Daulat Bagh bears an Indo-Islamic style architecture that rests on a five feet high raised platform. The rectangular palace is made of teakwood with open corridors housing wooden pillars on the edge of the platform. The walls are decorated with brilliant frescos portraying Haider Ali and Tipu Sultan in a battlefield along with other Mysore paintings. There are adorable pigeon houses – one on each side of the entrance. The gardens enclosing the palace are taken care of by the officials now. The four staircases, built in the four partition walls separate the audience hall into four rooms at four corners with a main hall linking the eastern and the western hall. The wooden ceilings of the summer palace have canvas-painted floral patterns. At the topmost floor of this palace lies the Tipu Sultan Museum. It comprises of a collection of Tipu Sultan mementos along with many European paintings and Persian manuscripts. The famous oil painting ‘Storming of Srirangapattanam’ by Sir Robert Ker Porter completed in the year 1800, depicting the fall of Srirangapatana on 4th May 1799, can also be found in this museum.
Srirangapatna, Karnataka - 571438
Monsoon : Maximum: 29 Minimum: 20
Summer : Maximum: 36 Minimum: 22
Winter : Maximum: 34 Minimum: 16
Recommended Season to Visit : Winter season (October to March)
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