On day 6 we will start with an early morning visit to Devaraja Market, piled high with fruit, vegetables and flowers, ideal for street photography. Following the market we will visit Mysore Palace. The Palace was built by Maharaja of Mysore, who commissioned the British architect Henry Irwin, in 1897 to re-design the structure, following a fire. The palace was completed in 1912 and is built in an Indo-Saracenic architectural style, employing influences from Hindu, Mughal, gothic and neo-classical architecture. Its ornate interior, offers a fascinating window into the lifestyle of the Maharajas up until the mid 20th Century. Although photography is not permitted within the interior of the Palace, it is permitted in the expansive grounds, which contain no less than 12 temples. On completion we will drive to Nagerhole National Park, also known as Kabini, as it sits on Kabini River, which will take approximately 1h 20 mins.