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Best Sightseeing & Tourist places in Udaipur

Udaipur, one of the most picturesque cities in Rajasthan, was founded in 1557 A.D. by Maharana Udai Singh II. According to folklore, Chittorgarh was the capital of the Rajput kingdom of Mewar, but, since it was attacked a number of times by the Mughals, the capital was shifted to Udaipur in 1568 A.D. Surrounded by the Aravalli range on three sides and Lake Pichola on fourth side, Udaipur is one of those scenic cities that has a special charm on its own. Lake Palace Hotel is considered to be luxury hotel in Udaipur, the architectural work done is superb and it stands

India was known for its rich cultural heritage and art. One of the most famous places in all of India is Udaipur. The city is surrounded by lakes and royal palaces, which makes it a popular tourist destination. Royal family members used to reside in the palaces now turned luxury hotels. However, visiting this city can prove to be tricky sometimes if you don’t have a specific plan for what should be seen first. So, here we have tried to gather the best tourist sites in Udaipur and provided information about them as well as displaying pictures so that you can decide your schedule accordingly.

Lake Pichola

Founded in the 14th century, Lake Pichola, the second largest lake in Rajasthan is not just known for its beauty but also for being one of the best kept lakes in all of India due to its high water level. Encircled by a beautiful island on all sides – Jag Mandir and Jag Niwas – and some amazing palaces like the City Palace and Maharana’s Palace, this lake strikes a perfect balance between man made creation and nature. This makes it one of the most important tourist attractions in Udaipur.

The Lake Palace

Udaipur Lake Palace is one of the most beautiful palaces in Udaipur, India. Formerly a palace built by the king of Mewar, it was converted into a heritage hotel in 1940. It is located on Jag Niwas Island on Lake Pichola, separated from the mainland by a channel with gardens and fountains. The palace has marble ramparts and walls, and boasts intricate stone carvings. The roof is covered with tiles made from Patwa-stone which gives it an appearance of blue color.

Jagdish Temple

The four-hundred-year-old Jagdish Temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, and features, like all other tourist attractions in Udaipur, ornate sculpture, intricately-carved pillars and absolutely stunning pieces of masonry. Did you know that this temple follows the Vastushastra school of building design? According to this science, the design of a building can be optimized to channel the flow of positive energy.

Jagmandir

Located on Lake Pichola, the Jag Mandir Palace is a gorgeous waterfront mansion in Rajasthan state. Many scenes from the James Bond movie Octopussy were shot here. Dubbed “India’s Versailles,” the palace was built during the 16 th century and features seven small palaces that were gathered under one roof for Maharaja Jagat Singh II, the founder of Udaipur.

The City Palace

The city palace of Udaipur is probably the most famous landmark in the Lake City. The palace is more than 300 hundred years old, but thanks to efficient maintenance by the government, it looks straight out a movie set. The palace is located on the banks of Lake Pichola, and features a flamboyant mix of Mughal and Mewar architecture. It takes a full day to explore the City Palace, and even after that, you’ll be left wanting more.

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