Jaganmohan Palace Art Gallery


Jaganmohan Palace may be a palace within the princely town of Mysore, India. Its construction was completed in 1861. The picture gallery contains one in all the biggest collections of artifacts in South Republic of India. Most of those artefacts are paintings, outstanding among that are those by Raja Ravi Varma, a number of that demonstrate scenes from the Hindu epics, Sanskrit literature and Mahabharatha. the gathering of paintings within the gallery exceed 2000 in variety and these belong to completely different Indian forms of painting like Mysore, Mughal and Shantiniketan. sixteen paintings of Raja Ravi Varma were given to the gallery by Jayachamarajendra Wodeyar. Another vital painting gift here is that the girl with the lamp that was painted by the creator Haldenkar and is placed in a very dark space wherever it's the sole exhibit. this is often to offer an illusion that the glow of the lamp is illuminating the face of the girl. another painters whose works are exhibited here embody Nikolai Roerich, Svetoslav Roerich and Rabindranath Tagore and Abanindranath Tagore. There are stunning paintings by the Ukil brothers -Sharada Ukil, Ranada Ukil and Barada Ukil. Another assortment of paintings by a British military officer named mountain pass. Scot on the wars between tipu tree swayer and also the British army are aforementioned to be the sole visual illustration of the wars.
                     Other exhibits here embody weapons of war, musical instruments, sculptures, brassware, antique coins, and currencies. another distinctive artefacts exhibited here may be a French clock which features a mechanism within which a parade of miniature troopers is displayed each hour; beating drums mark the seconds and a bugle marks the minute Paintings created on a grain of rice which may be viewed solely through a scientific instrument also are displayed here.
A new hall was in-built 2003 as a result of there was scarce area on the market to exhibit all the paintings. the first paintings of Raja Ravi Varma that are over one hundred years recent are being improved by the Regional Conservation Laboratory (RCL). Syrendri (which had a hole within the canvas), triumph of Meganath and Malabar girl were a number of the paintings of Ravi Varma to be improved. unscientific stretching of the canvas on that the paintings were drawn was one in every of the key issues detected together with unprotected exposure to dirt, heat and light-weight. Even the murals on the walls had been broken attributable to water ooze and these were additionally improved by RCL.[citation needed]
Despite what's mentioned here concerning the restoration of those paintings, recent visits to the Jaganmohan Palace counsel gross neglect. These valuable paintings are unwell maintained and displaying incompetence improved. as an example, within the painting of Ravana murder, Jatayu by Raja Ravi Varma the colours accustomed restore the painting are completely different from those employed in the first painting. The painting is additionally torn and ridden with holes at the lowest. One will solely perceive the tragic plight of this extraordinarily powerful painting once one visits the palace. Painting the walls of this space has additionally resulted in injury to the paintings, with the paint from the walls dripping on the uncovered paintings. These paintings that are already in terribly unhealthiness are more full of the terribly poor lighting and wetness conditions. The painting of the woman holding the lamp by Haldenkar is additionally poorly exhibited. The windows are coated by a mouldy textile to purportedly provide the result of "shade" that solely finishes up destruction the effect because of the poor lighting within the 1st place. This palace and its contents particularly the Ravi Verma paintings are in dire want of attention and extremely poorly managed.

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Jaganmohan Palace Art Gallery Timings

Days Time
Monday 10.00 AM - 5.30 PM
Tuesday 10.00 AM - 5.30 PM
Wednesday 10.00 AM - 5.30 PM
Thursday 10.00 AM - 5.30 PM
Friday 10.00 AM - 5.30 PM
Saturday 10.00 AM - 5.30 PM
Sunday 10.00 AM - 5.30 PM


Jaganmohan Palace Art Gallery Entry Ticket Price

  •  Rs.20 per person for Adults
  •  Rs.10 per person for Children

Jaganmohan Palace Art Gallery Address

Deshika Rd, opp. City Bus Stand, Devaraja Mohalla, Chamrajpura, Mysuru, Karnataka 570024

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