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mysr.in : NCC Naval Cadets with full josh during Mysore Dasara 2010
Welcome song at Funschool Annual Function 20th December 2006
Held at Shahu Smarak, Dasara Chouk, Kolhapur, Maharshtra - 416008, India
Dasara Festival in Mysore is celebrated with the attendence of lakhs of people visited from all over the world. The famous Mysore Palace is illuminated on this occasion
Mysoreans were all ready for the D Day. Jumboo Savari. Hoards of people, young and old, men and women all walked towards the Mysore Palace to get a glimpse of celebration of 400 years of Dasara. Fortunate people with passes could get through.
Take a tour of Mysore Palace in India – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions series by GeoBeats.
In southern Indian region of Mysore, lies a lavish and luxuriant palace of great royal history.
The Mysore Palace is famous as a meeting place for Indian royals, as well as for housing the rulers of Mysore.
The construction of this elaborate structure started towards the end of the 19th century and took around 15 years to be completed.
Mysore Palace incorporates an interesting fusion of Hindu, Muslim, Rajput, and Gothic architectural styles.
Lovely pink domes, tall towers, beautiful arches and facades with gorgeous lattice work make it absolutely stunning.
One of the most famous Indian festivals, Dasara, is celebrated on its premises every autumn with great pomp and show.
At night, when the palace is lit, the characteristic golden lights lend its viewers an ethereal experience.
World Famous Mysore Dasara 2007 Video File
Balarama carrying the Ambari on mysore dasara 2009
Gokuldham society members are excited for the dance competition. All the couples are participating in it and playing Garba. They are surprised when Champaklal announces the winner. Jethalal gets tired after playing. Champaklal wants to celebrate 'Dasara' with the society members. But, Jethalal gets irked when Daya insults him mistakenly and all the society members make fun of him. Let's watch what Jethalal will do now.
The show is inspired from the famous humorous column 'Duniya Ne Undha Chasma' written by the eminent Gujarati writer Mr. Tarak Mehta. This story evolves around happenings in "Gokuldham Co-operative Society" and covers topical issues which are socially relevant.The show predominantly revolves around 'Jethalaal' (Dilip Joshi) who is an uneducated Gujarati businessman. Your 'Taarak Mehta' (Sailesh Lodha), is his neighbour. 'Jethalaal' finds a friend and philosopher in 'Taarak Mehta' and often goes to him for advice whenever he is in trouble. Jethalaal's family includes his simpleton wife 'Daya Ben' (Disha Wakani) and a mischievous son 'Tapu' (Bhavya Gandhi). Tapu is a menace and a constant source of trouble to all the members of Gokuldham. They have often warned 'Jethalaal' to reform 'Tapu' or else be prepared to leave the premises. Lost hopes of being heard by his son pushes Jethalaal' to call his father 'Champaklal' (Amit Bhatt) from the village. This was his great idea of leashing some control over the mischievous Tapu. The opposite happens and the grandfather joins hands with the grandson to make life a roller coaster troublesome ride for Jethalaal.