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International Youth Hostel Mysuru

Mysuru a city of heritage importance and popular for yogic therapies. YHAI offers state of art infrastructure build up in more than 40,000 Sq. ft. with capacity to accommodate more than 150 youth at a time. Also offers high tech conference hall for gathering.

About Mysore:

Mysuru as it is known in Southern India was founded in 1399 by Yaduraya, a King in South India. Later it was ruled by the Wodeyar dynasty and after independence it was incorporated in the Union of India. Mysuru is famous for many signature products like Mysore Pak, Mysore sandal soap, Mysore Peta, Mysore silk sarees, Mysore paintings. Celebration of Dussera at Mysore is a spectacular experience to be cherished forever, that’s why Mysuru is rightfully called as Cultural Capital of Karnataka. With wide and clean roads, the Sandalwood city of India is also counted amongst one of the cleanest cities in India. The famous Brindavan Gardens and Krishnarajsagar Dam is one of the must to visit places here.

How to Reach Mysore:

Mysuru airport is well connected to all major airports in India. Kannur International airport is under construction which after completion will be the nearest international airport to Mysuru. Mysuru railway junction falls under the zone of South Western Railway of India and is connected with many cities across India. Both Private and KSRTC buses are available from Mysuru.

Things to do in Mysore:

Mysore Silk Saree
Mysore Peta
Mysore Palace
Mysore Dussera
Mysore Sandal Soap
Chamundi Hills
Krishnarajsagar Dam
Brindavan Gardens
Mysore Paintings
Mysore Pak
Jaganmohan Palace
Rajendra Vilas
Lalitha Mahal
Jayalakshmi Vilas
Mysore Zoo