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Wadiyar Dynasty Sultanate of Mysore

Ruling titles

Maharaja of Mysore Sultan

Capitals

Mysore Srirangapatna

Superiors

Vijayanagara Empire
Vijayanagara Empire
(1399 - 1646) Mughal Empire
Mughal Empire
(1646 - 1857) British Raj
British Raj
(1857 - 1947) Indian Union
Indian Union
(1947 - 1950)

Prime ministers

Diwan of Mysore

Alliance

French Kingdom British Raj

Related

Famous leaders

Chamarajendra Wadiyar X Krishnaraja Wadiyar III Krishna Raja Wadiyar IV Jayachamarajendra Wadiyar Kanteerava Narasimharaja Wadiyar Kempa Nanjammani Vani Vilasa Sannidhana Tipu Sultan M. Visvesvaraya Mirza Ismail

Arts and culture during Mysore
Mysore
Kingdom

Mysore
Mysore
Yoga Mysore
Mysore
literature in Kannada Musicians of the Kingdom of Mysore

Famous events and moments

Vani Vilas Regency Golden Era of Mysore
Mysore
Kingdom Mysore
Mysore
Dasara Vijayadashami

Mysore
Mysore
Brand

Mysore
Mysore
Incense (ಮೈಸೂರು ಅಗರ್ಬತ್ತಿ) Mysore
Mysore
Sandal Soap Mysore
Mysore
Sandalwood Oil Mysore
Mysore
Betels (ಮೈಸೂರು ವೀಳ್ಯದೆಲೆ) Mysore
Mysore
Jasmine (ಮೈಸೂರು ಮಲ್ಲಿಗೆ) Mysore
Mysore
Turban (ಮೈಸೂರು ಪೇಟ) Mysore
Mysore
Paints, Mysore
Mysore
Inks Mysore
Mysore
Pak (ಮೈಸೂರು ಪಾಕ) Mysore
Mysore
Rosewood Inlay

Mysore
Mysore
Kingdom landmarks

Mysore
Mysore
Palace Mysore
Mysore
Zoo Krishna Raja Sagara Bangalore Town Mysore
Mysore
City List of Heritage Buildings in Mysore

Mysore
Mysore
era firms and organisations

Mysore
Mysore
Paper Mills Mysore
Mysore
Paints and Varnish Limited Shivanasamudra Hydro-Electricity Power Station State Bank of Mysore Visvesvaraya Iron and Steel Plant Hindustan Aeronautics Limited

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Mysore
Mysore
State was a separate state within the Union of India
Union of India
from 1948 until 1956[1] with Mysore
Mysore
as its capital. The state was considerably enlarged in 1956 when it became a linguistically homogeneous Kannada-speaking state in 1956,[2] within the Union of India. It was subsequently incorporated into the state of Karnataka.

Contents

1 History 2 Governors 3 Chief Ministers 4 See also 5 References

History[edit] The Kingdom of Mysore
Kingdom of Mysore
/maɪˈsɔːr/ was one of the three largest princely states within the former British Empire of India. Upon India's gaining its independence in 1947, Maharaja of Mysore Jayachamarajendra Wodeyar signed the instrument of accession, incorporating his realm with the Union of India
Union of India
on 15 August 1947. The territories of the erstwhile princely state of Mysore
Mysore
were then reconstituted into a state within the Union of India.[3]

Map of Southern India
India
before the reorganisation of 1956 with the blue outline of the expanded Mysore
Mysore
State (after 1956)

In 1956, the Government of India
India
effected a comprehensive re-organisation of provincial boundaries, based upon the principle of shared language. As a result of the States Reorganisation Act
States Reorganisation Act
on 1 November 1956, the Kannada-speaking districts of Belgaum (except Chandgad taluk), Bijapur, Dharwar, and North Canara were transferred from Bombay State
Bombay State
to Mysore
Mysore
State.[4] Bellary district
Bellary district
was transferred from Andhra State. South Canara
South Canara
and Udupi districts were transferred from Madras State
Madras State
and the Koppal, Raichur, Gulbarga and Bidar districts from Hyderabad State. Also small Coorg State
Coorg State
was merged, becoming a district of Mysore
Mysore
State.[5][6]. The state was renamed as Karnataka
Karnataka
on 1 November 1973. Governors[edit]

From To Officeholder

Maharajas of the Kingdom of Mysore

Maharaja of Mysore

Rajpramukhs of Old Mysore
Mysore
State

15 Aug 1947 1 Nov 1956 Maharaja Jayachamarajendra Wodeyar (b. 1919 - d. 1974)

Governors of Unified Mysore
Mysore
State

1 Nov 1956 4 May 1964 Maharaja Jayachamarajendra Wodeyar

4 May 1964 2 Apr 1965 Satyavant Mallannah Srinagesh (b. 1903 - d. 1977)

2 Apr 1965 13 May 1967 Vaharagiri Venkata Giri (b. 1894 - d. 1980)

13 May 1967 30 Aug 1969 Gopal Swarup Pathak (b. 1896 - d. 1982)

30 Aug 1969 22 Oct 1969 A.R. Somnath Iyer

23 Oct 1969 1 Feb 1972 Dharma Vira (b. 1906 - d. 2000)

1 Feb 1972 10 Jan 1976 Mohan Lal Sukhadia (b. 1916 - d. 1982)

Governors of Karnataka
Karnataka
State

Governors of Karnataka

Unified Mysore
Mysore
State 1956

Chief Ministers[edit]

From To Officeholder Political Party

Diwans of the Kingdom of Mysore

Diwan of Mysore

Chief Ministers of Old Mysore
Mysore
State

1946 25 Oct 1947 Diwan Arcot Ramaswami Mudaliar (b. 1887 - d. 1976) NA

25 Oct 1947 30 Mar 1952 Kysasambally Chengalaraya Reddy (b. 1902 - d. 1976) INC

30 Mar 1952 19 Aug 1956 Kengal Hanumanthaiah (b. 1908 - d. 1980)

19 Aug 1956 1 Nov 1956 Kadidal Manjappa (b. 1910 - d. 1992)

Chief Ministers of Unified Mysore
Mysore
State

1 Nov 1956 16 May 1958 Siddhavvanahalli Nijalingappa (b. 1902 - d. 2000) INC

16 May 1958 9 Mar 1962 Basappa Danappa Jatti (b. 1912 - d. 2002)

9 Mar 1962 14 Mar 1964 President's rule

14 Mar 1962 21 Jun 1962 Shivalingappa Rudrappa Kanthi INC

21 Jun 1962 3 Mar 1967 Siddhavvanahalli Nijalingappa

3 Mar 1967 29 May 1968 President's rule

29 May 1968 27 Mar 1971 Veerendra Patil INC

27 Mar 1971 20 Mar 1972 President's rule

20 Mar 1972 1 Nov 1974 Devaraj Urs (b. 1915 - d. 1982) INC

Chief Ministers of Karnataka
Karnataka
State

Chief Minister of Karnataka

See also[edit]

Bombay State Political integration of India

References[edit]

^ "States of India
India
since 1947". World Statesman. Archived from the original on 1 July 2014. Retrieved 9 July 2014.  ^ "RAJYOTSAVA: THE HOWS AND WHYS OF KARNATAKA".  ^ Political and administrative integration of princely states By S. N. Sadasivan.  ^ "States Reorganization Act 1956". Commonwealth Legal Information Institute. Archived from the original on 21 August 2011. Retrieved 1 July 2008.  ^ Development of Mysore
Mysore
state, 1940-56 by M. B. Gayathri ^ Karnataka
Karnataka
government and politics By Harish Ramaswamy, S. S. Patagundi, Shankaragouda Hanamantagouda Patil

Coordinates: 12°18′N 76°39′E / 12.30°N 76.65°E / 12.30; 76.65

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States of India
India
on 26 January 1950

Part A States

Assam Bihar Bombay East Punjab Madhya Pradesh Madras Orissa Uttar Pradesh West Bengal

Part B States

Hyderabad Jammu and Kashmir Madhya Bharat Mysore Patiala and East Punjab
East Punjab
States Union Rajasthan Saurashtra Travancore-Cochin Vindhya Pradesh

Part C States

Ajmer Coorg Cooch-Behar Bhopal Bilaspur Delhi Himachal Pradesh Kutch Manipur Tripura

Part D States

Andaman and Nicobar Islands

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Mysore
Mysore
topics

Kings

Wodeyar dynasty Chamarajendra Wodeyar X Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV Jayachamarajendra Wodeyar Srikantadatta Wodeyar

Religious

Dasara Vijayadashami Chamundi Temple St. Philomena's Church

Palaces

Mysore
Mysore
Palace Jaganmohana Palace Lalitha Mahal Rajendra Vilas Jayalakshmi Vilas

Art and Culture

Mysore
Mysore
painting Ganjifa

Cuisine

Mysore
Mysore
pak Masala dosa

Museums and Institutions

Chamarajendra Academy of Visual Arts Regional Museum of Natural History Folk Lore Museum Rail Museum Oriental Research Institute

Personalities

Kuvempu B. V. Karanth S. Srikanta Sastri R. K. Narayan R. K. Laxman Gopalakrishna Adiga U. R. Ananthamurthy

Places

Mysore
Mysore
Airport Kingdom of Mysore Mysore
Mysore
Zoo Tourist attractions

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Indian state of Karnataka

Overviews

Architecture Cinema Climate Cuisine Demography Economy Education Folk Arts Geography History Media People Sports Transportation Wildlife

History

Aihole Alupa dynasty Amoghavarsha Badami Banavasi Balligavi Belur Chalukya dynasty Chitradurga Nayakas Deva Raya II Durvinita Halebidu Haleri Kingdom Halmidi Hampi Hoysala Empire Kadamba dynasty Kalyani Chalukyas Keladi Nayakas Shivappa Nayaka Kittur Chennamma Kingdom of Mysore Mayurasharma Pattadakal Pulakeshin II Rashtrakuta dynasty Sringeri Srirangapatna Tipu Sultan Unification of Karnataka Vijayanagara
Vijayanagara
Empire Vijayanagara Vishnuvardhana Veera Ballala II Vikramaditya II Vikramaditya VI Western Ganga dynasty

Geography

Cities and towns Districts Rivers Dams and Reservoirs Taluks Villages Highest point Bayalu Seeme Malenadu Karavali Western Ghats

Culture

Bharata Natyam Bhuta Kola Bidriware Channapatna toys Chitrakala Parishat Gaarudi Gombe Ilkal saree Kamsale Kannada Karnatik music Kasuti Khedda Mysore
Mysore
Dasara Togalu Gombeyaata Udupi cuisine Veeragase Yakshagana Mysore
Mysore
musicians

Literature

Kannada

Milestones Epics Medieval Rashtrakuta Western Ganga Western Chalukya Hoysala Vijayanagara Vachana Haridasa Mysore Play Modern

Kannada
Kannada
Sahitya Parishat Kannada
Kannada
Sahitya Sammelana Karnataka

Noted poets

Asaga Gunavarma I Adikavi Pampa Sri Ponna Ranna Devar Dasimayya Basava Akka Mahadevi Allama Prabhu Siddharama Harihara Raghavanka Rudrabhatta Janna Kumara Vyasa Chamarasa Nijaguna Shivayogi Ratnakaravarni Purandara Dasa Kanaka Dasa Vijaya Dasa Gopala Dasa Jagannatha Dasa Lakshmisa Sarvajna Shishunala Sharif Krishnaraja Wadiyar III D. R. Bendre Gopalakrishna Adiga K. S. Narasimhaswamy M. Govinda Pai Kuvempu D. V. Gundappa G. S. Shivarudrappa

People and Society

Karnataka
Karnataka
ethnic groups List of people from Karnataka

Tourism

Beaches Dams Forts National Parks Hindu Temples Jain Temples Waterfalls

Awards

Karnataka
Karnataka
Ratna Pampa Award Nrupatunga Award Basava
Basava
Puraskara Rajyotsava Prashasti Jakanachari Award Varnashilpi Venkatappa Award

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