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Udaipur

City Palace:

The City Palace located on the banks of Lake Pichola is the largest palace complex in the state. This huge palace complex built in white marble is built in the 16th century. The palace is enclosed in massive fort walls and has many giant pillars, grand silver doors, huge domes and arches. Entry to this architectural marvel is through Hati Pol, the elephant gate followed by Tripolia, the triple gate. The Palace has a number of balconies and terraces overlooking the Pichola Lake. Suraj Gokhada, the balcony of the sun and Mor Chowk, the peacock courtyard are major attractions here. The palace is home to a vast collection of antiques, royal possessions, paintings, mirror works, decorative furniture etc.


Timing:  9.30 am to 4.30 pm on all working days.

 

 

Fateh Prakash Palace:

This grand palace is now taken by the HRH group. This is an ideal place to enjoy a luxurious royal stay or to conduct a royal wedding. The rooms are fabulously decorated with royal furniture, paintings, poster beds etc. Crystal gallery in the palace is a great attraction. It has a huge collection of scintillating crystals, crystal curios, furniture and fountains.

 

Jag Mandir:

Located in Pichola Lake, Jag Mandir is an island palace built in the 17th century. It is also called Lake Garden Palace. The design of the palace with is amazing carvings are simply breathtaking. The palace has a row of giant elephant structure in white marble and a carved chattri which is a must see. The wonderful view of sunset from here is not to be missed. The island with its beautiful gardens and flowers is simply mind blowing.

 

Sajjangarh:

Built in the 18th century, Sajjangarh is one of the tallest palaces in Udaipur. It is located on top of the Basndara Mountain. It provides an awesome look of the countryside from its towers. This palace was primarily used as a monsoon palace and a hunting lodge.

 

Shilpgram:

Shilpgram is located at the foot of Aravalli hills. It is a cluster of 26 huts that comprises of arts and crafts of various Indian states. The major attraction of Shilpgram is the amazing terracotta work in red and brown sand material.

 

Ahar:

Ahar is a cluster of monuments located to the east of Udaipur. It consists of nineteen cenotaphs. The cenotaph of Maharana Amar Singh is the most remarkable of one. There is a magnificent metal stature of Buddha. The Ahar museum located nearby houses a vast collection of sculptures and archeological items. 

 

Lake Pichola:

This beautiful lake is known as the life line of Udaipur. There are manybeautiful palaces, temples and gardens around Pichola. This 4 km long lake has two islands - Jag Niwas and Jag Mandir. The Lake Palace is also located in the middle of the lake.


Fateh Sagar Lake:

This Lake was built in the 17th century and is located to the north of Lake Pichola. The lake and its surroundings are very appealing. The main attraction here is the Nehru Island garden and solar observatory.  The beautiful backdrop of the lake with hills and greenery attracts many tourists here to enjoy boating.

 

Sahelion-ki-Bari:

This enchanting garden with its expensive lawns, pools, flowerbeds and exquisite fountains is a great picnic spot. Sahelion-ki-Bari is famous for its lotus pool and a brilliantly decorated room with glass mosaic. It is located on the shores of Lake Fateh Sagar. Take a relaxing walk along the shady walking lanes of the garden and enjoy every moments.

 

Maharana Pratap Memorial:

Also known as Moti Magari, this is the memorial of a great Rajput warrior -Maharana Pratap. It is located on the Moti Magri overlooking Fateh Sagar Lake. Tourists come here to show respect to the bronze statue of Maharana Pratap on his horse ‘Chetak’ and for the sound and light show that is performed every evening.

 

Jagdish Mandir:

This Indo-Aryan temple is the largest in Udaipur. It is located close to the City Palace. The premises of the temple are full of sculptures and carved images of elephants, horsemen, nymphs and beautiful ladies. This temple is abuzz with chantings and music the day long.


Gulab Bagh:

Located on the east side of Lake Pichola, Gulab Bagh is a rose garden. There is a library inside the garden which houses a good collection of books and manuscripts. A zoo has also been set up here to make it a family entertainment zone.

 

Nehru Garden:

Spread over 4.5 acres, the rose beds and lily pond of Nehru garden is a must watch. It is located in the middle of Fateh Sagar Lake and with the Aravalli hills as its backdrop. An enchanting boat ride through Fateh Sagar Lake takes you here. The boat shaped floating restaurant here is also an attraction.

 

Neemach Mata Temple:

Located on a green hill in the Dewali area of Udaipur, it is a beautiful temple. The area beneath the hill has a mosque named Burhani Masjid.

 

Bada Mahal:

Bada Mahal or Big Palace is also called Garden Palace. It is an architectural marvel that dates back to 17th century.  This palace is built in Rajput-Mughal architectural style on a 90 feet high natural rock formation. It encloses a beautiful garden and vast stretches of lawns offering a pleasant time for those who visit the place.

 

Dil Kushal: 

This palace is known as the palace of queens. The interiors of the palace with mirrors, glasses and white marbles are very appealing.  Similarly are its beautiful gardens and picturesque surroundings with Pichola Lake as backdrop. 

 

Duddhtalaii Musical Garden: 

This beautiful rock garden in Duddhtalai is another famous tourist spot in Udaipur. Thousands of tourists come here to enjoy the beauty of the place especially during the sun set hours.  

 

Lake Palace:

Located in the middle of Lake Pichola, the Lake Palace covers 1.5 hectares. It is now turned to a luxury hotel. The interiors of the palace exhibit a magical work of textiles and handicrafts.  The lake side view of the hotel attracts thousands of tourists.