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The City Palace
   
     
Built by the Maharana Udai in 1559, The City Palace is located on the east bank of Lake Pichola. Fused with Rajasthani and Mughal architectural styles, the Palace is considered the largest of its type in Rajasthan. The Palace has various towers, domes and arches which add to the flavour of the heritage site. It is a marvelous assortment of courtyards, pavilions, terraces, corridors, rooms and hanging gardens. Often distinguished as the largest palace complex in Rajasthan, this majestic piece of architecture is one of the most visited tourist attraction.
The City Palace
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Sajjan Garh - The Monsoon Palace
   
   
     
Sajjan Garh is a dramatic 18th century palatial residence situated on a hilltop just outside Udaipur and offers breathtaking views of the Mewar countryside. The palace was originally intended to be a towering five-story astronomical centre built to watch over the monsoon clouds. The palace dominates the skyline 2468 ft high on top of Bansdara Mountain. A short drive away from Hotel Akshay niwas Udaipur, this architectural marvel was used as a major location for the filming of the 1983 Bond film, Octopussy. The palace is surrounded by a wildlife sanctuary currently under the forest department and is host to some exotic flora and fauna of the region.
 
Sajjan Garh - The Monsoon Palace
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Jag Mandir
   
   
   
Also known as ‘Lake Garden Palace’, Jag Mandir is an island palace located in the middle of Lake Pichola. Here, on the island you will find some striking carvings including a row of elephants that looks as though they are guarding the island. The royal family used this palace as a summer resort and pleasure palace to host lavish parties. One can only access to this island is through boats.
 
Jag Mandir
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Crystal Gallery
   
     

Situated at the Fateh Prakash Palace, the Crystal Gallery houses an extravagant collection of crystals. It is an unused collection that includes crystal chairs, sofas, tables and even beds.

Other precious items include crystal dressing tables, chairs, crockery, table fountains and even the regal beds. In 1877, Maharaja Sajjan Singh ordered this rare crystal from F&C Osler & Co in England but died before the package arrived.

 
Crystal Gallery
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Jagdish Mandir
   
     
The Jagdish Mandir is an excellent example of Indo - Aryan architecture. One of the popular tourist attractions on the map of Rajasthan, the Jagdish Temple is a large Hindu temple located in the heart of Udaipur. It enshrines a black stone image of Lord Vishnu, considered as ‘The Creator’ in Hindu mythology.
 
Jagdish Mandir
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Bagore - Ki - Haveli
   
     
Situated right on the waterfront of Lake Pichola, Bagore - Ki - Haveli has over hundred rooms which boast of a fascinating display of costumes and modern art. The interiors are adorned with intricate glass and mirror work. The palace also preserves a fine example of Mewar Painting on the walls of Queen's Chamber. In the evening, the Haveli lights up and you can enjoy traditional dance and music performances of Rajasthan.
 
Bagore - Ki - Haveli
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Shilpgram
   
     
Shilpgram in Udaipur can be literally translated as the ‘Craftsmen's Village’. It depicts the lifestyle of the folk and tribal people of the West Zone. Make sure you don’t miss the Shlipgram festival which is hosted every year from 21st December to 31st December.
 
Shilpgram
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Lake Pichola
   
     
Lake Pichola derives its name from Pichola Village which was submerged when Maharana Udai Singh enlarged the lake after he founded the city. A famous tourist attraction, this artificial freshwater lake is 4 km long and 3 km wide.
 
Lake Pichola
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Lake Fateh Sagar
   
     
Located close to Hotel Akshay niwas Udaipur, Lake Fateh Sagar is said to be the pride of the City of Lakes of Udaipur. Built in 1678, it is an artificial lake constructed by the Maharana in north of Lake Pichola. Within the confines of the Fatah Sagar Lake, there are three small islands, the largest of these is the island called the Nehru Park, which is a popular garden with a restaurant and a zoo.
Fatehsagar Lake Near Udaipur Resorts
 
Lake Fateh Sagar
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Sahelion Ki Bari    
     
Sahelion Ki Bari, also known as ‘Courtyard of the Maidens’ is a popular tourist attraction in Udaipur, Rajasthan. Set below the embankment of the Fatah Sagar Lake, the gardens is decorated with beautiful lotus pools, elephant-shaped fountains, paintings, glass mosaics and marble pavilions. Legend says, the king himself designed this garden and presented it to the queen.
Sahelion ki Bari Udaipur
 
Sahelion Ki Bari
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Nathdwara
   
     
'Nathdwara' literally means 'Gateway to Shrinathji'. Located just 48 km north of Udaipur, Nathdwara in the Aravalli Hills is famous for its temple of Krishna which houses the Shrinathji, a 12th century "infant" incarnation idol of Lord Krishna.
 
Nathdwara
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Haldighati
   
     
Situated towards the south west of Nathdwara, the historical site of Haldighati witnessed the great battle fought between Maharana Pratap and the Mughal army in 1576 AD. The name is believed to have been derived from the turmeric-coloured yellow soil (Turmeric is haldi in Hindi). Haldighati is located 44 kms from Udaipur, Rajasthan.
Haldighati at Udaipur
 
Haldighati
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Eklingji
   
     
Built in the 8th century, Eklingji in Udaipur is a Hindu temple complex consisting of about 108 temples. The structures of these temples have been carved in granite, sandstone and marble. Here you will find another temple in the complex known as the Lakulish Temple which is the only temple of the Lakulish sect in the whole of India.
 
Eklingji
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Kumbhalgarh Fort
   
     
Situated 82 km northwest of Udaipur, the Kumbalgarh Fort is a Mewar fortress built in 15th century AD. Within the fort, you will find over 360 temples built by the Mauryas of which the most picturesque place is the Badal Mahal. The walls of this fort extend over 36 km and claim to be the second-longest continuous wall after the Great Wall of China. Kumbhalagarh fort Udaipur
 
Kumbhalgarh Fort
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Ranakpur Temple
   
     
Located between Jodhpur and Udaipur, in a valley on the western side of the Aravalli Hills, the Ranakpur temple is famed for its marble Jain temple. Built in the 15th century, the temple is known for being the largest and most important temple of the Jain community.
 
Ranakpur Temple
 
 
 
 
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