Mysore Dasara Exhibition
We all know how remarkably Dasara (Dusshera) is celebrated in Mysore. Also called as Nada Habba (State Festival) of Karnataka, this grand festival attracts a huge crowd from different parts of the world. The city decorated with colorful lights, cultural programs showcasing the diverse art forms of India, and the disciplined celebration of rich royal customs make Mysore Dasara a must-watch event. Mysore Dasara Exhibition is one lively shopping fest which happens during Dasara at exhibition grounds near Mysore Palace.
The festive mode of Mysore Dasara extends in the form of Dasara Exhibition (held in Dasara Exhibition ground opposite to Mysore Palace) every year. A large number of stalls selling clothes, kitchenware, toys, and eatables are set up. Different models showing the cultural uniqueness of various parts of the country (mainly Karnataka) are displayed. Many amusement rides and games are also set up to attract the crowd. Mysore Dasara exhibition usually lasts even after 3 to 4 months after the celebration of the festival. This shopping festival is equally enjoyed by locals and tourists of all ages. With the huge area for vehicle parking, systematic approach of entry fee collection and arrangements of stalls makes the experience less tiring.
Here is a small vlog of the wonderful time we spent in Mysore Dasara Exhibition this year. Please watch, share your valuable feedback, and subscribe to our YouTube channel Steps Together.