Mysore - Honored Once Again

Handicrafts and art of Mysore showcases the rich cultural heritage of the city which is circled around topics like yoga, silk textiles and paintings. It was developed during the era of the Rajas and Maharajas of Mysore, who motivated the artists and craftsman to create memorable creative work in variety of fields. Keeping the traditions alive on May 17 the Ganifa Bhatias miniature paintings was exhibited in Brussels. It not only bought honor to the artist but to Mysore as a whole.

Ganifa’s miniature paintings describing a few stories from the most revered legendary books Ramayana and Mahabharata was displayed on 17th May in an exhibition called “Enduring Epics” at the Museum of sacred art in Belgium. This was just after a few months when the scriptural artist G.L.N. Simha’s work was displayed at Museum of Sacred Arts in short called MOSA, which displays works of renowned artists across the world. Ganifa’s paintings was inaugurated by Ambassador of India to the European Union and Belgium. The drastic efforts of the Indian embassy had made it possible for the Indian art and artists to exhibit in some of the renowned exhibitions like MOSA.
Mysore Painting
New monument having three huge statues of Varahadeva, Narasimha and Vishnu was inaugurated before Bhatias exhibition at Brussels. This opportunity of displaying the art and architecture of Mysore in Europe came luckily, when Martin Gurvich saw his enchanting work of Ganjifa at the exhibition in Mysore. Mysore style of paintings had received good response at the sacred art exhibition. There were many other artists from Mysore whose art was displayed in Brussels.
Mysore has a treasure of artists and art styles which are traditionally passed on from one generation to the other. There are many attractions and surprises of Mysore to share, drop here to experience the artistic heritage the city preserves like Mysore silk and Mysore paintings.

Explore Mysore's Offerings With A Stay At United-21

Travellers visiting the Indian state, Karnataka, know Mysore as the 'city of palaces'. This erstwhile capital of Wodeyar dynasty takes pride in its rich cultural heritage and has plenty of exciting things for tourists to explore. United-21 is an elegant hotel in Mysore city, located close to all the popular attractions visited by plenty of tourists every year. It is also very close to a famous attraction of this region, the Mysore Palace. It offers all the modern facilities for its guests that would make their stay pleasant and memorable.
Suites in Mysore hotel
Suits Room at United-21
Rooms and suites of this hotel are beautifully furnished and have an LCD television with DTH cable connection in them. Guests can also benefit tremendously from the chargeable services like high speed Wi-Fi. A 24-hour room service and luggage room are also among the facilities provided in this hotel. Tourists of today always look for a hotel with multi-cuisine restaurant while booking their accommodation. United-21 has its very own multi-cuisine restaurant called 'Spices and Sauces' that serve mouth-watering local as well as other popular cuisines. The hotel also provides excursions to nearby tourist spots and DJ for private parties at extra costs.
Mysore Banquet Hall

Banquet facilities at United-21
International and domestic tourists travelling by air can get to this hotel from the airport without any hassles using public or private transportation. Hotel United-21 is located very close to the railway station of Mysore, which of great help for the tourists who prefer to travel by trains, in getting to the hotel. Among the facilities offered in United-21 Mysore tourists can greatly benefit from, are the taxi services and Travel Desk. Corporate events or private functions can be arranged in its Banquet facilities, which offer plenty of space for a large number of people. An attractive and user-friendly website of this hotel offers the required convenience in booking an accommodation online.