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Mysore Dasara 2011 | When is Mysore Dasara Festival

Inauguration of Mysor Dasara 2011
The Mysore Dasara in 2011 will become live on 28th September. The cultural city will come into full light when Udupi Pajwar Sri Sri Vishvesa Theertha Swamiji Sri inaugurates the Dasara 2011. The Mysore city is all thrilled up for the royal celebrations.  The Dasara festivities are welcomed by people with great interest. The Amba vilas palace is fully decorated now.

Mysore city has 45 circles within the main area. Out of these five circles are really important. The important circles are Ayurveda College Circle, Chamarajendra Circle,  Hardinge Circle, KR Circle, Clock Tower Circle. These important circles are situated in the procession route. The main highlight of the nine day celebrations is this procession route (or Jamboo Savari). The city is being decorated by the Horticulture Department even as we speak of it. Every body is takilng keen interest on the festival.

Programs in Dasara Festival
The Karnataka State Government will arrange music, folk dance and other dance performances, doll shows and flower shows, Dasara wrestling, food and film festival. Yuva is the programs conducted by youths in Dasara festival. It also attracts many people. Dasara Exhibition starts on the day of Dasara and continues for another two months. Dasara exhibition is one of the biggest in the world itself. It sells all kinds of things in that period. People from many parts of the world comes to buy things from Dasara exhibition during this special event.   


Highlights of Dasara
Dasara Wrestling competition is one of the main highlights of the Dasara festival. The venue for wrestling competitions are prepared by spending 50 lakhs rupees. The stadium selected for this function is D Devaraja Urs stadium (multipurpose). There is no special events this year.

How to watch Dasara 2011 Live
Dasara will be telecasted in regional television channels in Karnataka.

Dasara Calendar  
  • Dasara in 2006 – Monday 2nd October
  • Dasara in 2007 – Sunday 21st October
  • Dasara in 2008 – Thursday 9th October
  • Dasara in 2009 – Monday 28th September
  • Dasara in 2010 – Sunday 17th October
  • Dasara in 2011 – Sunday September 28th to 6th October
  • Dasara in 2012 – Wednesday 24th October
  • Dasara in 2013 – Monday 14th October

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