Saturday, 27 May 2017

Places to Visit in Udaipur - It Will Make Your Udaipur Journey Complete

Udaipur also known as the city of lakes is one of the most visited places in the state of Rajasthan. As its name suggests, its sparkling lakes are certainly bewitching. Udaipur is a perfect showcase of heritage, culture and natural beauty. The forts and palaces built by the Mewarswould take you on a journey that is worth an experience. Discover the display of royalty that prevailed in the bygone era, it would be sure to take a breath away. Here we present you the best places to see in Udaipur.

Top 10 Places to Visit in Udaipur

City Palace

1.) City Palace: - The Palace of the city is the most important landmark of Udaipur which represents the kingship of the Mewar. The exquisite architecture of the palace which consists of domes and arches; The high ceiling is definitely worth a visit. The palace complex consists of several buildings and structures that together are known as the Palace of the city. The Palace of the city consists of the Crystal Gallery, the Vintage Car Museum, DAAWAT-i-AAM, DAAWAT-i-Khas, and Maharani Palace. The palace is absolutely wonderful when lit up during the night and people often wait until the wee hours to enjoy the sound and light show which is held every night.
Bagore Ki Haveli

2.) Bagore Ki Haveli: - If you wish to take a look in the lifestyle of the kings and queens, then a visit to the Bagore ki Haveli is an absolute must. It is located on the Ganguar Ghat of the Pichola Lake area and therefore can be covered en route to Lake Pichola. You would be amazed by the sight of wonderful silver jewelry, copper utensils, paintings and sculptures, carved peacocks and elephants which is indeed an evocation of a splendid era. Do not wait till evening to enjoy the dance and music show that displays the culture of Rajasthan.

3.) Ahar: - Ahar which was the Royal soil cremation is also one of the must-see places if you are curious to learn about the history and dynasty Mewar. Located just 3 kms from the city, the Ahar are made up of domes and cenotaphs. One of the most attractive cenotaphs consists of the maniquet of the property. If you are looking for peace in the middle of this historic attraction, then do not plan to visit Ahar.
Lake Pichola

4.) Lake Pichola: - Lake Pichola is an artificial lake that stretches 4 kms from the Rameshwar and is also characterized by two islands, namely Jagniwas and Jagmandir. Lake Pichola certainly offers a range of attraction like the Lake Palace which is yet another palace located on the island of Jagniwas. Other than this is the Jag Mandir which is located on the other island of Jagmandir Island. Boating at Lake Pichola is undoubtedly one of the most popular recreational activities.
Jag Mandir

5.) Jag Mandir: - The Jag Mandir is located on the golden decorations, the shades of Fretwork and the carved marbles which is a lake Pichola is a remarkable example of architecture in the 17th century. The Jag Mandir is characterized by excellent ornaments, domes and arches in engraved marble. The huge marble elephants on the standing entrance look great. The north side of the structure consists of the Gul Mahal, Garden Court and Darikhana and on the south side of the structure is the Kunwar pada ka Mahal  the Bara Patharon ka Mahal, the Mahal zenana and the rest of the Part of the Gul Mahal. It is indeed a celebration of the work of art in one place.

Top 10 Tourist Destinations Of Udaipur (Lake City)

Saheliyon Ki Bari

6.) Saheliyon Ki Bari: - Saheliyon Ki Bari also known as the "garden of virgins" was built by maniquet Bhopal Singh. It has a rich history as it was built for maids who took care of the Princess of Udaipur. This palace was built for recreation purposes, for maids and princess where they could celebrate and rejoice. The architecture of the garden is characterized by well-defined fountains, a Lotus pool and marble elephants. The visit to the Saheliyon Ki Bari will certainly fill your heart with joy with its positive vibrations.
Lake Palace

7.) Lake Palace: - As mentioned above, Lake Palace now known as Taj Lake Palace is an exquisite hotel run by the Taj Group which is located in the middle of Lake Pichola on the island of Jagniwas. Lake Palace which is yet another palace located at the island of Jagniwas. The palace is very strategically located with a beautiful Aravalli hills in the background. The architecture of the palace is breathtaking with gilded decorations, shimmering shades and carved marbles that revitalize the Mewar royalty in the bygone era.
Jagdish Temple

8.) Jagdish Temple: - The temple of Jagdish is very popular among the devotees of Lord Vishnu who often frequent the temple of Jagdish to pay homage to Lord Vishnu. Devotees also visit to see the vehicle of Vishnu Garuda which is carved in brass with other sanctuaries such as those dedicated to Lord Ganesh, Lord Surya, Lord Shan and Lord Shiva. Other than faith among the devotees, the architecture of the temple is really worth mentioning. The long fleet of steps with elephants on both sides takes you to the sanctuary. Built in white marble, the temple looks wonderful when lit up during the night. Hundreds of brides of devotees for the swamp that take place every day in the evening.
Lake Fatehsagar

9.) Lake Fatehsagar: - Yet another lake is the Fathehsagar Lake which is located north of Lake Pichola. The lake is connected to Lake Pichola by a canal. Let yourself be tempted by a boat trip to Fathehsagar Lake and stop on the 3 islands. It is an ideal destination to plan a family picnic and take the children to the Nehru Park Zoo which is located on one of the islands.
Moti Magri

10.) Moti Magri: - In order to study and learn about the historical importance and feel proud of the rich history of our country possesses it certainly must take the time to visit the Pratap Memorial Maniquet which is located on a hill not too far from Fatehsagar Lake. The Mane Mahal which was once the residence of the tour maniquet Udai Singh is also an unforgettable experience. In addition to the PRATP Smarak, the Magri also consists of a topographical Japanese rock garden. Its worth to stay back until the evening to adore the light and sound show that depicts the reign of the Mewar dynasty.

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