Udaipur, formerly the capital of the Mewar Kingdom, is a city in the western Indian state of Rajasthan.
Jagdish Temple has been constructed in the Indo-Aryan style of architecture. This temple was built in the year 1651 under the patronage of Maharana Jagat Singh, who was the king of Udaipur at that time. Two massive elephants made out of stone greet visitors at the gateway.
This splendid palace was built in the year 1559 by Maharana Uday Singh. The palace was further reconstructed and beautified by Uday Singh's successors, who added numerous structures to the original complex. The Palace now has a mixture of Mahals, courtyards, pavilions, corridors, terraces, rooms and hanging gardens.
Lake Pichola hosts thousands of tourists every year because of its serenity and beauty. Skirted by mighty hills, heritage monuments and bathing ghats, it is an ideal destination for photography and nature lovers.
Taj Lake Palace offers plenty of facilities such as swimming pool, Jiva spa and two restaurants offering both Indian and international cuisine.
Fateh Sagar Lake is surrounded by the Aravalli Hills and is the second largest artificial lake in Udaipur. You may go around the circumference of the Fateh Sagar Lake by driving on the Moti Magri Road and get a fantastic view of the entire lake along this road with our 1 day Udaipur local city tour by car.
This palace is unique for the purpose for which it was constructed. The palace was built by Sajjan Singh to keep a watch over the monsoon clouds in the surrounding region. Later it was used as a hunting retreat for the royal family. Initially the king had intended to establish a nine storied astronomical center at this spot but his sudden demise shattered his plans.
Saheliyon Ki Bari is a beautiful garden which also serves as a popular tourist spot of our Udaipur. The garden is celebrated for its lush green lawns, marble art and fountains. This famous garden is located on the banks of Fateh Sagar Lake and was built in the 18th century by Maharana Sangram Singh for the ladies of the royal family.
Bagore ki Haveli was built in the 18th century beside Lake. Also known as "The Palace of Mirrors", this palace is a brainchild of Amarchand Badwa. The walls of this haveli have been beautified by glasswork and mural paintings of the Mewar region.
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