The Comprehensive Mobility Plan for Mysuru highlights LRT as one of the options of mass transit mode to change the travel characteristics from a primarily private mode based to a mass transport based.
Mysuru is blessed with many beautiful roads, each of which have a story to tell. When you visit our city, please pay attention to these roads as well, along with other heritage structures. Each road will mesmerise you with its own heritage!
Many of us don’t know that Mysore Kingdom was the first princely state of British Raj to have its own railway! The person who made this possible was the then Maharaja of Mysore Kingdom, His Highness, Sri Chamaraja Wadiyar X
Mysore Airport, is an airport serving Mysuru city. It is located near the village of Mandakalli, 10 kilometres south of the city, and is owned and operated by the Airport Authority of India. History The airport’s history dates to the 1940s, when it was constructed by the Kingdom of Mysore. Passenger service, training flights ofContinue reading “History and Future of Civil Aviation in Mysuru”
Sri Ramakrishna Ashrama, Mysuru was established on 11th June 1925 by Swami Siddheswarananda an initiated disciple of Swami Brahmananda. In 1932 the Maharaja of Mysore made a grant which enabled construction of a small building and for holding a Vedanta study circle for Swamis. Many reputed scholars took classes for Monks and Brahmacharis who cameContinue reading “Ramakrishna Ashrama, Mysuru”