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Captain Bailey's Dungeon - we next visited the dungeon built by Tipu Sultan and named after Colonel Bailey. This is situated just beside the temple. This is were Tipu Sultan arrested and put the British off for some time. This is a small spot and...More
This as well is a lesser known attraction but one that can be covered with Tipu's palace and tomb in a day. Interesting brick and mortar construction, go down a few steep curvy steps and it'll lead you to this dark place once used as...More
Not just a dungeon as when the prisoners were chained to the wall standing in a Christ pose the dungeon was filled with water up to chin height so you could basically never sleep.
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This is the place where British prisoners of war were kept by Tipu Sultan. The prison also served as the ground for torturing the British prisoners/killing them by filling the room with cauvery water and having them submerged in the water. The place is not...More