Srirangapatnam Fort
Srirangapatnam Fort
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Sibi
Coimbatore, Inde
5,0 sur 5 bulles
déc. 2022 • En famille
Nice time here with a good amount of history about the great king one of the must visit place if you love historical sites in and around Karnataka
Écrit le 19 décembre 2022
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5,0 sur 5 bulles
août 2022 • En famille
Soo much history still intact. Sadly not many people know about the significance and details of the fort.

The details of the Jamia Masjid for example where there is a natural clock on the balcony where we can still see the prayer markings. With minor restoration of adding a compass needle on top of it will have a working clock showing accurate prayer time! The tiger print walls inside the mosque which are now showing up as the white paint covered by British is peeling off. I was told archeology department is planning restoration which is a great news.

The fort also has water gate and Delhi gate which has some great stories and significance. The prison in the fort also has lot of history to it explains the significance of having it next to river and the man hole to drain the dead.

The entrance and the inside walls of fort also still intact which should be restored and made into a museum along with other key parts of fort like ruins of Lal Mahal etc.,
Écrit le 15 août 2022
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1,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2019
As the name says it's a Fort. I expected to see a fort, but its not a fort there. Just a basement with arch kind of pillars and not well maintained. Ranganatha swamy temple is nearby and that is good to visit. But this Fort is not good
Écrit le 3 septembre 2019
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Isabel L
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
5,0 sur 5 bulles
juin 2019
We had a spare morning prior to departure . We enlisted an Auto Rickshaw driver to take us the 15 klms to Srirangapatnam Fort. The fort is on an island. There are two rounds of defensive walls. Places of interest include the Mosque, a Hindu Temple, the dungeons, the obelisk and the summer palace. The site of the death of the Sultan Tipu - considered to be the original freedom fighter - is also with in the grounds. There was no guide at the dungeons but the security guard gave an excellent interpretation of how the water rose and fell through the dungeon keeping the British Officers submerged to their necks for 20 hours a day. The obelisk records the battalions who served and those who lost their lives during the battles - both victors and vanquished. Walk to the obelisk gives good vision of the defensive walls and the river beyond.
The summer place veranda is decorated from floor to ceiling with copies of various frescos depicting the battles and also daily life with in the fort and palace. There are also some relics and paintings and sketches of the battles, the survivors and the hostages. An excellent presentation and history lesson. There is phone number for a guided tour included in foreigners entrance price. Alternatively a guide can be hired at the front of the palace.
Écrit le 3 juillet 2019
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Ajit C
Bangalore, Inde
4,0 sur 5 bulles
avr. 2019 • En famille
The all round selection of places to store ammunication, preparation of civil material, temples and mosques is praise worthy.
Hope the tunnels are preserved as were used.
Écrit le 12 avril 2019
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Prateek
Indore, Inde
4,0 sur 5 bulles
févr. 2019 • Entre amis
On 24 Feb 2019, i with my friends decided to go for Srirangapatna Fort which is also called as Tipu Sultan's Palace. Mysore is also known as Tipu Sultan's City. It famous for mughal emperor Tipu Sultan.
Écrit le 24 février 2019
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rashmi.milan
Bangalore, Inde
4,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2018 • En famille
Visit to the fort was very interesting. Specially when you get to know about the contributions done by Tipu Sultan. Kids will love it. But avoid going on weekends or during peak seasons.
Écrit le 27 décembre 2018
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naveena1992
Bangalore District, Inde
5,0 sur 5 bulles
juil. 2018 • Entre amis
Srirangapatna Fort is also one of the famous tourist place which is situated in srirangapatna this fort built by Mysore huli Tipu Sultan here there is a garden that is very beautiful fully greenery the best place to spend your vacation time
Écrit le 23 novembre 2018
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Charles_and_Susan
Nottingham, UK
4,0 sur 5 bulles
oct. 2018 • En couple
Our tour bus drove through and around this after visiting the adjacent sultan's summer palace (well worth a visit in itself ). It's very large, parts of the walls and buildings can be recognised but a lot has been lost. It seems like there's a small town inside it now.
Écrit le 9 octobre 2018
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AnjanManda
Hyderabad, Inde
4,0 sur 5 bulles
juin 2018
Often quoted as the second most formidable forts in India, the historical fort is located in Sriringapatna island. Formidable because the Kaveri river made the Srirangapatna into a difficult to cross island offering natural defense. The original mud fort in this location was built in 1454 AD by a local chieftain of the region Timmanna Hebbar, under the patronage of the Vijayanagara empire. Subsequently work on the fort was done by Tippu Sultan with the help of French military engineers to meet the defense requirements of the times. However the British forces made an attack on 4 May 1799. Tipu was killed in the battle. The fort had Lal Mahal and Tipu's palace, which were demolished during the British capture. Colonel Bailey's Dungeon, Daria Daulat Bagh, Gumbaj containing tomb of Tipu Sultan, Juma Masjid, spot where Tipu's Body was found, Sri Ranganatha Swamy temple are protected monuments.
Two important gateways – the Mysore Gate and the Elephant Gate – to the fort is facing the highway. You’ll fine a large number of military, religious and civic structures inside Srirangapatna Fort.
One of the better place to see the military architecture of the fort closely is the northwestern part (near the Delhi Gate) is awesome. Walk up to the Obelisk, the war memorial, along the fort walls. You can see on the walls the riffle shooting holes and places where large cannons stood. The legendary Tipu Sultan's residence was inside this fort. Hence, it is also known as Tipu Sultan Fort.

Today, none of the structures within the fort survive, barring the bridges across the two arms of the Kaveri river, from which the bathing ghats and the ramparts can be seen. To the east and the south, a broad moat surrounds the polygonal bastions and turreted parapets constructed by the French engineers employed by Tipu. The Mysore Gate and Elephant Gate, to the south, are flanked by guardrooms. Sultan Battery, the dungeons where Tipu used to keep British prisoners, is to the north; nearby is the Water Gate, where Tipu was killed.

Écrit le 3 septembre 2018
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