THE EXOCTIC UDAIPUR TRAVEL TALES

Be Your Own Guide at Udaipur


Udaipur is considered as one of the most beautiful locations in Rajasthan. It has a classic look and is an epitome of royalty in the best of means. Here are a few must visit places, you should definitely go and experience. 


CITY PALACE


City Palace



This place is on the top of the list of every tourist. You will be amazed to see the royal architecture. Few parts of it can cast a spell on you or can leave you jaw dropped. Major attractions of the palace are the crystal gallery, the vintage car museum, Daawat-i-Aam, Daawat-i-Khas, Maharani Palace and Lake Pichola. The artifacts with minute detailing cannot be explained in words. You can also experience the light and sound show in the evening. So, book a date to admire this beautiful landmark.



KUMBALGARH FORT



If you are looking for peace and want a break from your mundane life. This place will not disappoint you. It is called a Mewar fortress and is situated on the westerly range of Aravalli HillsSightseeing at the Kumbalgarh Fort and adventure activities like horse riding and camping can also be enjoyed here. 






FATEHSAGAR LAKE







This is an artificial lake which is named after Maharana Fateh Singh. It is surrounded by three small islands. Experience the view of the beautiful mountains from the sight. All the islands are accessible with short boat rides.



JAGDISH TEMPLE


A standout amongst the most unmistakable spots to visit in Udaipur, Jagdish temple is a recorded landmark amidst the city. 

There are pyramid like structures in the temple with twofold storied mandapas and sanctums. The four armed picture of Vishnu is the most popular attraction of this temple since it is cut out of a single piece of a black stone. 


There are other shrines of Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva, Lordess Shakti and Sun God inside the temple. The quietness and the compositional style will attract you to get inspired.


HALDI GHATI


This place holds a major influence on Indian history. It is a mountain pass in the Aravalli hills. The name '' Haldi '' is derived from the yellow colour of the soil. The cenotaph was built in honour of Maharana Pratap at a distance of 4km from the battlefield to pay respect to the horse Chetak. You will be amazed to see beautiful handcrafted artifacts  and terracotta crafts in Balicha Village.


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