Shivappa nayaka palace museum

shivappa nayaka palace museum
shivappa nayaka palace museum

The shivappa nayaka palace museum is named after the mainstream seventeenth century ruler Shivappa Nayaka of the Keladi Nayaka administration is situated in Shivamogga city (earlier known as Shimoga), the locale base camp of the Shivamogga region in the Karnataka state, India.

Ancient Sculpture
Ancient Sculpture

However named after the Nayaka lord, as indicated by workmanship student of history George Michell, the palatial cabin was really worked by the eighteenth century Mysore ruler Hyder Ali.The building is an ensured landmark under the Karnataka state division of the Archeological Survey of India.

The two celebrated structure includes a Durbar corridor (“nobel court”) with monstrous wooden columns and lobed angled boards. The living chambers on the sides are at the upper even out and have overhangs and gaze down into the corridor.

Sculpture
Sculpture

Various artifacts gathered from close by sanctuaries and archeological locales, like figures, engravings and saint stones from the Hoysala time and later periods are in plain view at the royal residence grounds.

We accidentally visited this museum when we were passing nearby it. It is considered to be property of government. Not many visit here. It should be renovated and made aware to public because not many know that the museum exists.

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