Karnataka Govt to celebrate Mysuru Dasara in Simple traditional way: CM Bommai

The Karnataka government has determined to organize the popular Mysuru Dasara festival 2021 in a “simple and traditional" way, keeping in mind the Covid-19 concerns. A high-level committee meeting, chaired by Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, on Friday announced this matter.

Bommai also directed the officials to submit an estimate for developing infrastructure in Mysuru in connection with Dasara celebrations. Speaking reporters, Bommai mentioned all the rituals that are connected with the Dasara celebrations such as the inauguration of the festivities atop Chamundi Hills, elephant parade)and lighting of the entire city for 10 days will be conducted. "We have decided to release Rs 6 crore to celebrate Dasara festival at Mysuru, Chamarajanagar, and Sriragapatna," he added.

With several elected representatives requesting a tourist circuit be set up in the Mysuru region, and many potential tourist circuits like Hampi, Badami, and Vijayapura, Bommai said: "I will discuss with the Tourism Minister and officials to make optimum utilisation of the opportunity to increase tourist inflow in the existing tourism policy." He added that Tourism has taken a hit due to Covid crisis resulting in an economic slowdown. In this background, concrete steps will be taken to promote tourism.

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