The third largest city in the state of Karnataka was once the capital of the princely state of Mysore. Mysore for the most period was ruled by the Wodeyar family who were great patrons of art and culture. The legacy left by them has given the place the name of Cultural Capital.
Travel South East 352 kilometers from the city of Mysore to the island of Srirangam. This little island sits surrounded by the River Cauvery on one side and its distributary Kolidam on the other. With the largest functioning temple in the world - the Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple - Srirangam is a major destination for devotees of Lord Vishnu. With its twenty-one towers and one hundred and fifty-six acre campus, it is a sight to behold.
There are no direct trains, flights or buses between Mysore and Srirangam. The shortest train ride takes about twenty-one hours. The quickest mode of transport between the two places is to take a cab. Choose from the varied options available. Travel via National Highway 67, and you can reach your destination within seven hours.
Distance between Mysore and Srirangam is and the average travel time is using a cab.
Mysore is one of the popular cultural tourist destinations in India. It is also a prominent industrial hub that houses many industries like IT, automobile and textiles. Mysore has numerous heritage and archaeological sites that entice visitors from far and wide. The city is located close to important eco-tourist destinations and popular hill stations.
Mysore, also called as cultural capital of Karnataka is known for its spectacular palaces, beautiful gardens and colourful festivals. The festival of Dussehra is celebrated with great fervour and the city gets magnificently decorated. Book cabs in Mysore
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You can reach Srirangam from Mysore by road in about using a cab upon driving using a cab.
Srirangam is an island and part of the district that locates itself in Tiruchirapalli district in the state of Tamil Nadu. The direct transports available to the city are buses and trains. The citys railway station lies in Chennai-Kanyakumari line. The nearest airport to Srirangam is Chennai International Airport, Tamil Nadu is 320 km away. International tourists who wish to travel to Srirangam can arrive on International Airport Chennai, Tamil Nadu and board by bus or train. The city is accessible by road from Chennai through Chennai-Kanyakumari road straight to Srirangam. Tourists can also hire easily available cabs from Chennai to Srirangam through services like Savaari Car Rentals..
The name of the city is derived from the name of the temple which is a pilgrimage sacred place in the religion Hinduism. The temple is considered to be one of the largest religious temples in the world to be still in function. Citys internal visits are accessible by transports including local taxis, buses and auto-rickshaws. Savaari cab rental services run efficient services in this region. The area of the temple is surrounded by about 630,000 meters. The city is one of the first of the eight Swayam Vyakta Kshetras of the Lord Vishnu which is believed to be constructed by itself. Considered as most important among the one hundred and eight temples of lord Vishnu. The temple size is about 0.63 sq. km divided into seven parts known as Prakaras surrounding the sanctum with twenty one towers on an islet formed by rivers Cauvery and Coleroon. The place is highly religious and the tourism attached is related to several small temples around the area. Some other famous temples include but not limited to Adi Ranga temple, UraiyurVekkali Amman temple, Samayapuram Mariamman temple etc. One very popular another Vishnu temple in the area is Sri VadivazhagiyaNambi Perumal temple.