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Mysore refers to several places in southern India:
- Mysore State, the name of today's Karnataka until November 1, 1973
- Mysore Division, an area that includes the districts of Mysore, Chamarajanagar, Mandya, Dakshina Kannada, Udupi, Kodagu, Chikmagalur and Hassan
- Mysore district, an administrative district in the Mysore Division
- Mysore, a city in Mysore district, and its administrative seat
- Kingdom of Mysore, a kingdom founded about 1400 CE by the Wodeyar dynasty
- Princely State of Mysore, a princely state of British empire in India
- Mysore (Lok Sabha constituency), one of the 28 Lok Sabha Constituencies in Karnataka
- Mysore (region), an unofficial region in the state of Karnataka
Other things associated with Mysore:
- INS Mysore (D60), a Delhi-class destroyer of the Indian Navy built in India
- INS Mysore (1957), a Crown Colony class light cruiser, the former HMS Nigeria, commissioned into the Indian Navy in 1957, and decommissioned in 1985.
- Mysore pak, a sweet dish of Karnataka made of ghee (clarified butter), sugar and chick pea (besan) flour
- Mysore style, a style of yoga
- Anglo-Mysore Wars, a series of wars fought over the last three decades of the 18th century between the Kingdom of Mysore and the British East India Company
- Mysore painting, a form of classical South Indian painting that originated in Mysore
- University of Mysore, a public university in Karnataka
- Mysore Dasara, the state festival of Karnataka
- Mysore Palace, a palace in Mysore, Karnataka
Mysore Vasudevachar, a renowned musician and composer of Carnatic music
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