Mysore Clock Tower - Big, light
The Silver Jubilee clock tower or Dodda Gadigara ( Big clock tower ) was built in 1927 to commemorate the silver jubilee (25 years) of the rule of Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV, the maharaja of Mysore. Built in the Indo- Saracenic style, is clock 75 feet tall tower spots features from different architectural schools. The curvilinear chhajja ( overhanging eaves supported on carved brackets) is of Rajasthani tradition. The tall double arches and framing slit windows of early English church architecture.
1. This clock tower is 14 inches tall and is finished on all 4 sides.
2. It’s a great addition for a Golu/Gombe habba display and completes/compliments the Dasara procession
3. This unit has lights lined inside the clock tower.
Availability: 1 in stock (can be backordered)