Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace, in Bangalore, India, is an instance of Indo-Islamic architecture and became the summer time house of the Mysorean ruler Tipu Sultan. Hyder Ali commenced its production within the partitions of the Bangalore Fort, and it become finished during the reign of Tipu Sultan in 1791. After Tipu Sultan's loss of life in the Fourth Anglo-Mysore War, the British Administration used the palace for its secretariat earlier than moving to Attara Kacheri in 1868.
Today the authorities of Karnataka maintains the palace, that is positioned at the middle of Old Bangalore near the Kalasipalyam bus stand, as a tourist spot. The shape was built completely teak and stands embellished with pillars, arches and balconies. It is assumed that Tipu Sultan used to conduct his durbar from the jap and western balconies of the higher ground. There are 4 smaller rooms inside the corners of first floor which have been Zenana Quarters.
There are lovely floral motifs embellishing the partitions of the palace. The website online additionally holds a painting of grand throne visualized via Tipu Sultan himself. Coated with gold sheets and fixed with treasured emerald stones, Tipu had vowed in no way to apply it until he completely defeated the British Army. After Tipu Sultan's dying, the British dismantled the throne and auctioned its parts because it become too luxurious for a single individual to buy whole.