Udaipur is known as the City Of Lakes, the Venice of the East or the Kashmir of Rajasthan and is located on the south slope of the Aravalli Range in Rajasthan. It is a major city in Rajasthan and has many tourist places.
The ancient and one of the biggest lakes of Udaipur, Lake Pichola is encompassed by grand Palaces, shrines, bathing ghats and hill slopes on every one of its sides.
The magnificence of Lake Pichola draws in individuals from everywhere throughout the globe and Rudyard Kipling specified this lake in his Letters of Marque (1899).
Take a ferry ride and feel the captivating magnificence of Lake Pichola and its environment.
This lake was constructed in the year 1362, even before the city of Udaipur was set up, by Gypsie tribesmen.
Constructed on the banks of Lake Pichola, the City Palace has an awesome perspective of the lake and the exhibition hall that it houses feature a portion of the finest components of Rajput art and culture - from bright sketches to the varied architecture found in Rajasthani castles.
The City Palace in Udaipur is thought to be the biggest regal complex in Rajasthan and it was where the Maharanas stayed and managed the kingdom from.
Maharana Uday Singh constructed the main royal residence and the succeeding rulers contributed in making this place much more wonderful by adding different structures to it.
Situated in the north-west to the 'City of Lakes' Udaipur, this is one of the four lakes in the city and an artificial one
This lake offers boating facilities and also many rides and water sports.
The whole region is partitioned into three islands, the biggest being a recreation center called Nehru Park, the second island has an open park with water-jet springs and the third island involves the best solar observing place in all of Asia, the Udaipur Solar Observatory.
Otherwise called Monsoon Palace, Sajjangarh Palace is situated at the peak Bansdara Mountain at an altitude of 944 m above sea level overlooking renowned Pichola Lake.
This place is additionally known as Monsoon Palace since it was utilized as summer withdraw for Mewar Kings.
Doodh Talai Musical garden is a stone and spring garden which is an incredible place to appreciate the dusk and we can see the wide expanse of the city.
Likewise, there is an Aerial tramway joining the garden of Doodh Talai and the Karni Mata Temple.
Spreading over a region of around 100 sq. Km, Jaisamand Lake is the second biggest artificial lake in the nation after Govind Ballabh Pant Sagar.
It is encompassed by the Jaisamand Wildlife Sanctuary which is home to many rare creatures and transitory birds.
The summer royal residences of Queens of Udaipur additionally form a lovely setting. On its marble dam, there are six cenotaphs and a shrine devoted to Shiva at its center.
The lake was built by Maharaja Jai Singh in the seventeenth century while building a dam over the Gomti stream.