In my recent visit to India, I search in Google, places to visit in Bangalore. I got so many places, but I notice few are great pleasure to see. One of the places is Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace.
About Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace
Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace is built by woods with the unique structure itself. The Palace was Commence by Nawab Haidar Ali Khan in 1981 and Completed by his son Tipu Sultan (Tipoo Sultan) in 1791.
The Palace is two storied with arches, pillars and balconies. The Palace style resembles the Islamic Design.
After British defect the Tipu sultan, The Palace used as a British Secretariat till 1867.
Way to go Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace,
The person who wants to go Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace, it’s easy to go from the Bangalore City Market (Bus hold name also Market) by passing the Tipu fort and vanivilas Hospital it’s easy to identifies the Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace(From the City Market is about 5 minutes walking distance).
The Palace is next to the Venkataeamana temple.
The Palace now maintain by the Archaeological Survey of India. To visit to the palace they charge
Locals [Indian] Rs.5.00
My personal Experience
I had a wonderful day there, because I love to see how it was built and how there were enjoying the structural development of the palace.
Tipu Sultan was grate king in the region and he was well planned to develop the Bangalore itself. And Indians are respecting him not only because of to opposition to the British but also to develop the nationalization on the people mind.