Udaipur Tourist Places, Rajasthan, India

City Palace

The City Palace was built by Maharana Udai Singh in 1559. witnessing a number of additions with each successive ruler of the Mewar kingdom, the palace today is beautiful combinaton of Mughal and Rajasthani architecture. Standing as a toast to the rich heritage of India, the majestic gateways here portray incredible intricacy. Notable places of interst here are Amar Vilas, Badi Mahal, Moti Mahal, Durbar Hall and Jagdish Mandir.
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Fatehsagar Lake

Fateh Sagar Lake was constructed in the year 1678 by Maharna Jai Singh. When the dam of this lake was destroyed two centuries later due to a flood, Maharana Fateh Singh constructed this lake again and rechristened it to Fateh Sagar Lake. Located to the north of Lake Pichola, this pear shaped lake is a photographer delight with its three islands of immense greenery and a gushing fountain right in the middle.
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Lake Pichola

Pichola Lake is the crowning glory of City of Lakes – Udaipur. This artificial lake was made in the 14th century to cater to the shortage of water in the region. The crystal waters of the lake with the backdrop of the Aravali hills was what impressed the erstwhile Maharanas of Rajasthan and leaves spectators awestruck even today. The most amazing aspects of this lake are are the four islands that speck its surface: Jag Mandir Island, Jag Niwas Island, Arsi Vilas Island and Mohan Mandir Island.
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Mansoon Palace

Mansoon Palace or Sajjangarh Palace is a hilltop palace located at Bansdara Mountian peak at about 944 mtr above saa level. Maharana Sajjan Singh constructed itin 1883 for using it as summer retreat for Mewar Kings. Another big ppose for its construction is to watch the progress of Monsoon clouds.
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Saheliyon Ki Bari

Saheliyon Ki Bari is a stunning symbol of the grandeur of the emperors of Rajasthan. In her childhood, the princess demanded rain in the middle of the scorching heat and the king sanctioned the construction of Saheliyon Ki Bari, a garden of rhythmic fountains and Lilly ponds.
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Jagdish Temple

Jagdish Temple stands in the City Palace complex. While two elephants will greet you at the doorway, you will find an idol of the half man-half eagle Garuda after the first flight of stairs. Famous for its intricately carved pillars and doorways (you will find 50 on both its floors, each with unique carvings), the main shrine of this temple houses a massive four armed image of Lord Vishnu, carved out of a single black rock.
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Dudh Talai Musical Garden

Dudh Talai Musical Garden also known as Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay park, is a magnificent rock garden in Duddhtalaii. It is manage by Urban Development Trust, Udaipur. Visitors love the sunset and scenic view of Lake Pichola. This garden is the perfect example of modern architecture.
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Lake Palace

The Lake Palace is one building that can be called poetry in marble without a doubt. Standing tall in the middle of the azure waters of Lake Pichola, this magnificent structure was built as the summer palace of Maharana Jagat Singh in 1743. the winding courtyards, sprawling gardens and gentle, splashing fountains here display the best of craftsmanship from all over Rajasthan are bound to leave one awestruck.
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Bagore Ki Haveli Museum

Bagore ki Haveli are decked in the traditional fineries of Rajasthan in the evenings. Watch women with stack of earthen pots dance to local beats or watch the puppets shake and move to the songs like live beings the beast part Hindi and English, making it foreigner friendly. Do not forget to take your mosquito repellent as the lights can attract them and you do not want to become their food.
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