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The City of Lakes and Palace

Often referred to as the ‘Venice of the East’, the city of lakes Udaipur is located around azure water lakes and is hemmed in by lush green hills of Aravallis. The famous Lake Palace, located in the middle of Lake Pichola is one of the most beautiful sights of Udaipur. It is also home to Jaisamand Lake, claimed to be the second largest man-made sweet water lake in Asia. The beautiful City Palace and Sajjangarh (Monsoon Palace) add to the architectural beauty and grandeur of the city. The city is also known for its profusion of zinc and marble. Solar observatory in Lake Fateh Sagar is the only observatory in India located on an island and has been made on the pattern of  Big Bear Lake in Southern California. The ten-day Shilpgram Festival which starts from 21 Dec to 30 Dec pulls in a large number of people interested in arts and crafts.

Udaipur was founded in 1553 by Maharana Udai Singh II as the new capital of Mewar Kingdom. It is located in the fertile, circular Girwa Valley to the southwest of Nagda, which was the first capital of Mewar.


A majestic architectural marvel towering over the lake on a hill surrounded by crenelated walls, it is a conglomeration of courtyards, pavilions, terraces, corridors, rooms and hanging gardens. The main entrance is through the triple arched gate, the “Tripolia” with eight marble porticos, The Maharanas were weighed under the gate in gold, the equivalent amount of which was distributed among the populace. The surajgokhada, the balcony of the sun, is where the SuryanshiMaharanas of Mewar presented themselves to the people in the time of trouble to restore their confidence. The ‘MorChowk’ known for its exquisite peacock mosaics in glass and the ‘ChiniChitrashala’ noted for its blue and white ceramics are other attractions in the palace.

Bagore Ki Haveli

Bagore Ki Haveli is an 18th-century mansion (or haveli, with more than 100 rooms situated around pleasant courtyards. It originally served Mewar royalty before being left vacant for 50 years. The building has since been restored to its original architectural style, with rooms set up with period furnishings, and now operates as a museum.


Sajjangarh Royal residence is a ridge castle situated at Bansdara Mountain top at around 944 mt above ocean level in Udaipur. Maharana Sajjan Singh developed it in 1883 for involving it as the mid year retreat for Mewar Rulers. One more large reason for its development is to watch the advancement of Rainstorm clouds.This Storm Royal residence is arranged at such a height that it presents radiant perspectives on Lake Pichola, Aravalli mountains, and encompassing open country. Guests additionally love the nightfall of Sajjangarh Castle. There is likewise Sajjangarh Natural life Asylum which encompasses the castle. Presently it is a timberland division property and open for visitors.Sajjangarh Castle is among top vacation spots in Udaipur.


This delightful lake, bordered by hills and woodlands, lies to the north of Lake Pichola. This artificial lake is connected to Lake Pichola by a canal. The lake houses the beautiful Nehru Island as well as an islet on which stands the Udaipur Solar Observatory. It was inaugurated by the Duke of Connaught and was initially called Connaught Bundh.

Jagdish Temple

Jagdish Temple erwise called Jagdish Mandir is a lofty and terrific design that stands in the City Castle Complex of the radiant city of Udaipur in Rajasthan Jagdish Sanctuary Udaipur is an Indo-Aryan style engineering sanctuary in Udaipur. This sanctuary was worked by Maharana Jagat Singh in 1651. He was the leader of Udaipur during that time span (1628-53). “Jagdish” is one of the many names of Ruler Vishnu and this sanctuary is likewise committed to Master Vishnu (Laxmi Narayan) and one of the biggest sanctuaries in Udaipur.

Lake Pichola

Coming to Udaipur, and missing a boat ride on this lake is like committing a crime. One of the oldest and the biggest lakes in Udaipur, Pichola lake is world famous for its picturesque beauty and scenic surrounding. Rudyard Kipling mentioned this lake in his Letters of Marque (1899), “If the Venetian, owned the Pichola Lake, he might say with justice, see it and die'”. One will fall in love with this lake the moment one sees it.

Vintage Car Collection

Udaipur’s splendid history of the Mewar line has a ton of fascinating elements about it. Large numbers of the qualities of the glitzy Rajput rulers put them aside from others of their time, and with their mix of Mughal and Rajasthani culture and custom in engineering, the imperial groups of Mewar delighted in truly a daily existence. Despite the fact that there are a ton of things in Udaipur that catch the lavish way of life of the Mewar royals, the Rare and Exemplary Vehicle Historical center is one of the most mind-blowing ways of seeing how terrific it used to be in those days. A large number of the most astounding vehicles utilized by the Mewar line in Udaipur that have been introduced at the One of a kind Vehicle Gallery. The following are a couple of things that will add this place of interest to your rundown.

Gangaur Ghat

Gangaur Ghat otherwise called Gangori Ghat is one of the famous washing ghat of Udaipur. The ghat is arranged directly before the lake Pichola.The ghat is prominently known for the festival of the Gangaur Celebration and the Jal – Jhulni Ekadashi. On these celebrations the ghat looks fabulous as individuals praise the chariot parades during propositions eves.Gangaur Ghat is a principal ghat situated close to the waterfront of Lake Pichola in Udaipur. A well known vacation spot of the city.Gangaur Ghat is one of the main nearby celebrations in Rajasthan. Conventional motorcade of Gangaur Ghat starts from the City Royal residence, and different spots, which goes through a few region of the city.


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