The beauty of the furniture, ceiling and the pillars and the royal seats of the details is unsurpassed in Mysore Palace, situated in Karnataka. The paint work in the durbar hall is original but here the accent is predominantly in blue and gold.
The ceilings of the Durbar Hall in the corridor surrounding the atrium are carved in teak. On the floor of the Private Durbar Hall between each cast-iron pillar, which are all hollow is marble inlaid with semi-precious gems in scrolled floral work by the craftsmen of Agra.
The artisans of the Agra and the local artisans completed the work of decorating the Durbar Hall of the Mysore Palace. In the Durbar Hall room, there is a glass windows and bas relief plaster of paris works showing Lord Hanuman receiving a ring from Lord Rama and also the paintings of Lord Buddha.
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