Trinesvaraswamy Temple

The Trinesvaraswamy Temple is different from other Mysore Temples for its exceptional idol - Lord Shiva with three eyes. The magnanimous temple is a classic example of Dravidian architectural brilliance. One of the ancient Mysore Temples, the Trinesvaraswamy Temple was originally built on the shore of Doddakere but later reconstructed inside the Mysore Fort by the Wodeyor Kings.

The Mysore kings have also contributed a lot in the expansion and beautification of the Trinesvaraswamy Temple. The balcony was designed by King Kanthirava Narasarja Wodeyor. He also contributed some magnificent statues like the idols of Kumara, Surya, Kshetrapala and Dakshinmurty.

The statues of the two Wodeyor kings have also added to the attractions of the temple. lass="rgt_blur_line">