Mysuru Dasara



About Naada Habba Mysuru Dasara


   The Mysore Dasara Celebrations will be held from October 7 to 15, 2021. This year’s Dasara festival will be held at Chamundi hill on October 7th morning in an auspicious time between 8:15am to 8:45am which will be inaugurated by the former Chief Minister of Karnataka Shri S. M. Krishna. The main attraction of Dasara the Jumboo Savaari which will take place on 15th of October, 5pm to 5:30pm and then the same evening at 4:36pm to 4:44pm the Nandi Dhwaja pooja will be performed. Due to the pandemic the Dasara celebration will be as simple as the way it was conducted last year. Jamboo Savaari and the cultural programmes will be performed within the palace premises.


        Nada Habba, the Dasara means there is no short to glories and is a festival that brings joy to the whole pulse, whether it is celebrated simple or great. It is a sight to behold the Mysore glamour at the Navratri festival which lasts for 9 days. The festive spirit is to perform puppetry, Saraswati Pooja, Durga Pooja….Read More

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