Lakshmiramana temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu (Lakshmiramana). The temple also has a separate shrine for Goddess Lakshmi. There is one more shrine for Venugopala - Lord Krishna. The temple was built by the King Narasa Nayaka of Vijayanagar in 1499 AD.
This temple has witnessed an historical event, which is the coronation of 5-year-old Krishnaraja Wodyar III by the Britishers in 1799 after the death of Tipu Sultan.
The temple, even though small in size, is very beautiful and neat. There is a belief that the prayers at this temple are always answered.
Don't miss this temple when you visit Mysore Palace.
Site Name: Lakshmiramana Temple
Site Type: Temple within Palace
Location: Mysore Palace, Mysore, Karnataka state, India
Highlight: A temple within Mysore Palace
Nearest Railway Station: Mysore
Nearest Airport: Bangalore
Climate: Warm and cool throughout the year
Local Transport: Well connected by buses, private taxis, and auto rickshaws; (even you can find tongos (horse driven carts)
Hotel: A lot of hotels - budget as well as high class - throughout the city
Restaurants: Mysore's cuisine is rice-based; Idlis and dosas are also famous; You can find a lot of restaurants both vegetarian and non-vegetarian throughout the city
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