Mysore Dasara Flower Show 2015 - A Glimpse
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Goddess Chamundeshwari, Nandi and Mahishasura are made out of vegetables.
Deepawali is about to come, but the feel of Navaratri has not yet vanished from Mysore.
The world famous Mysore Dasara that is closely associated with the Royal family of Wodeyars is witnessed with great joy and devotion by millions of people.
There are so many events that happen across the city of Mysore. What to see and what is not to be missed? This excitement in the air leaves the tourists, visitors, locals, natives baffled and the entire city sees scores of people flocking in.
Flower Show is a great event organized by the horticulture department of the state. Usually held at Kuppanna Park, it is a visual treat. The floral and veggie decoration is so innovative and it is believed that the department puts in many months of efforts for the arrangement that lasts for 10 days of festival.
Some glimpses from the event of Flower Show in Mysore during Dasara 2015.
Stone Chariot of Hampi is made from about 1.5 lakh roses. This was the main attraction of the 2015 flower show.
Capsicum peacock and peahen are very creatively made. Another major attraction was Dr. Kalam and two children along with him made out of wheat noodles.
Every flower is worth capturing. Read on and you will agree.
Stone Chariot of Hampi made of 1.5 lakh roses.
Shiva Linga of Nanjangud
Peacock made out of green, yellow and red capsicums/bell peppers.
Dr.Kalam made from wheat noodles.
Typical South Indian lady style clad in silk saree, adorned in gold jewelleries and hair decorated with Mysore Mallige/Jasmine flower.
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