Udaipur Tourism – Sightseeing & Tourist Places To Visit In Udaipur

Udaipur-Tourism

Udaipur Tourism - Udaipur Sightseeing - Places to Visit In Udaipur - Udaipur Tourist Places

Udaipur is the second largest city of Indian state of Rajasthan, it is located at a distance of 415 km from capital city of Jaipur; Udaipur is very well connected via National Highway, train & air to all major cities of India. Udaipur was founded by King Maharana Udai Singh (king hailing from the Sisodia Rajput clan) of Mewar in 1553; thought of finding a safer place to rule Mewar in the mind of Maharana Udai Singh was the root cause in the foundation of this beautiful city surrounded by Aravali hills from all sides providing a natural shield against invading army. Udaipur is often referred as “Venice of east” because of beautiful lakes in the middle of the city. So here we provide all details about the Udaipur Tourism, Udaipur Sightseeing, Tourist Places Visit Udaipur. 

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Places To Visit In Udaipur

City-Palace-Udaipur-SightseeingCity Palace: City Palace is the biggest monument of Udaipur, hence the most popular tourist destination. This beautiful palace of Kings of Mewar is situated on the banks of iconic Pichola Lake of Udaipur. City Palace was built by Maharana Udai Singh II (Founder King of Udaipur hailing from Sisodiya Rajput Clan of Mewar) in 1553; with the contribution of all successive kings, this wonder got its present day glory. City Palace in Udaipur is a result of perfect blend of Rajasthani, Mughal & European architecture; it is considered as the largest & magnificent monument of its kind in Rajasthan. In earlier times it was main commanding seat of Mewar as king used to live here & administer his rule; today it is a top tourist point of tourists travelling in Rajasthan.  There are many divisions in city palace, some of them are as follows: Manak Mahal, Mor Chowk, Sheesh Mahal, Rang Mahal, Zenana Mahal (Present day it is museum), Fatehprakash Palace, Durbar Hall, Krishna Vilas, Laxmi Vilas Chowk, Badi Mahal, Amar Vilas, Bhim Vilas, Chini Chitrashala, Choti Chitrashala, Dilkhusha Mahal. It takes a whole day of tourists to embrace the beauty of this magnificent monument.

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Lake Pichola: Lake Pichola is the largest lake in between the city of Udaipur. It is counted among the best tourist destinations of Udaipur; boating in this lake can be once in a lifetime experience. There are 2 islands on in this  

 

 

 

 

Fateh-Sagar-Lake-Udaipur-SightseeingFatehsagar Lake: Fatehsagar Lake is an artificial lake in the city of Udaipur in the Indian state of Rajasthan. There are 3 small islands in the lake which are popular tourist destination in Udaipur. One of the three islands has Udaipur Solar Observatory popularly known as USO which was built in 1976. Boat ride to Nehru Park on one of the island is total bliss for tourists & street food joints on the banks of Fatehsagar Lake are cherry on the cake. Its close vicinity to city palace is also an advantage for tourists holidaying in Udaipur.

 

 

Jaisamand-Lake-Udaipur-SightseeingJaisamand Lake: Jaisamand Lake is also known as Dhebar Lake; it is India’s second largest artificial lake. It is located at a distance of 45 km from Udaipur city center. It was created by Rana Jai Singh of Udaipur in 17thcentury along this lake there is a dam built using marble stone which is a UNESCO world heritage site. This dam has a palace which used to act as the winter capital of the rulers of Mewar.

 

 

 

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Bagore Ki Haveli: Bagore ki Haveli is a large museum standing on Gangaur Ghat on the banks of beautiful Lake Pichola in Udaipur city of Rajasthan. It was built by Amir Chand Badwa, the then prime minister of Mewar estate who has served 3 kings during his regime in the 18th century. Post independence of India this magnificent building served as guest house of Indian government. Presently it is under cultural department of Indian government. This monument with more than 100 rooms symbolizes the great craftsmanship of architects of ancient times in Mewar. Great frescos, beautiful murals & glass showpieces take tourists to ride in old royal times of history; it also introduces the lifestyle of royals to tourists.  

 

 

Jag-Mandir-Udaipur-SightseeingJag Mandir: Jag Mandir is a palace built on a natural island in Lake Pichola; the foundation of this palace was laid by Maharana Amar Singh in 1553. However, it was completed during the regime of Maharana Jagat Singh. This palace has witnessed the infinite number of lavish parties hosted by Kings of Mewar; it is also known as the Pleasure Palace as it served its purpose for Kings during summers. Boat ride in Lake Pichola to this marvel is a must to-do thing for tourist visiting Udaipur. Jag Mandir was built using marble & granite so that it keeps cool during summers; beautifully carved marble construction makes this palace exceptionally beautiful.

 

                                    

                                                           Things To Do In Udaipur

Udaipur; "Venice of East" has many activities which can make anyone fall in love with this beautiful city of lakes. Boat ride in Lake Pichola & Fatehsagar Lake, roaming aimlessly in the local market (window shopping has its own charm in the local market here), exploring temples, embracing the beauty of City Palace is mandatory for every tourist, a day out tour to Ranakpur & Kumbhalgarh is worthy. The main thing which can be done while in Udaipur is feeling the positive vibe which generates from the glorious historical past of this land of great Rajput warriors. Feel the vibes of passion, independence, self-respect & humility of great warriors like Maharana Pratap. Visiting Haldighati- Warfield witnessed greatest fight resisting invaders fills visitors with honor & respect for such people who fought for their motherland with valor & bravery.

Fairs And Festivals Of Udaipur

“Saat vaar, NAU tyohar” is a common phrase in the local language of Udaipur which means 7 days 9 festivals; the celebrating nature of this great city could be understood by the phrase itself.  Some of the many festivals celebrated in Udaipur are Diwali/Deepawali, Holi, Mewar festival or Gangaur, Teej, Rakshabandhan, Dussera & Shilpgram Utsav. The zeal of people can be witnessed during these festivals; celebration here in Udaipur proves that nobody can celebrate life the way a warrior can. Welcome to the land of great Rajput warriors & celebrate life with them in their home.

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Best Time To Visit In Udaipur

Best time to visit in Udaipur is winter season. This time starts from starting of November and End of March