The Rajendra Vilas is a palace-inn atop Chamundi Hills in Mysore, Karnataka, India. It is now closed and in a kingdom of neglect and might simplest be visited with prior permission. The Rajendra Vilas palace is positioned on pinnacle of Chamundi Hills, at an elevation of almost 1,000 toes. An older building existed at the place that dated lower back to 1822, which became used as a summer palace by means of the Wodeyars of Mysore. Maharaja Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV become taught philosophy and English in this constructing. The idea of a much large building became initiated inside the Twenties.
The palace turned into commissioned via Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV, and became finished in 1938-39. However, its plans had been down-scaled because of economic troubles, and the building wasn't constructed as elaborately as planned. After Indian independence, the country authorities of Karnataka taken into consideration the building as a history shape. However, it remained as a ownership of Srikantha Datta Narasimharaja Wodeyar, the descendent of the Wodeyars, who converted it into a palace lodge. In the 1980s, it became closed due to labour issues, at some point of which era the palace wasn't open to the general public.