Silver Jubilee Clock Tower
This 75-foot, square tower is topped in Indo-Saracenic style, the curvilinear chhajja lending a Rajasthani touch to the domed canopy which rests on a consoled base just above the 5-feet diameter clock.
The graduated ascent of the two lower storeys is well-proportioned and there are handsome design-features like double- arches framing slit-windows of Early-English church architecture. The structure is appropriately set on a base amidst a well-tended circular garden.
The tower is among the monuments which came up during the Silver Jubilee of the reign of Maharaja Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV (1927).
Height : 75 Feet-tall square Diameter : 5 Foot diameter clock Architecture : Early English Church