Ranakpur Near Udaipur

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The temple complex founded by Dharani Shah in the 15-century is overwhelming in scale, with an enormous basement four subsidiary shrines, 24 pillared halls, 80 domes supported by 420 columns, 44 spires and 5 exceptionally large domes covering the sanctuaries. Altogether there are 1444 intricately carved marble columns, no two exactly alike.

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City Palace In Udaipur

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The foundation of this enormous complex was laid by Maharana Udai Singh in the 16- century and added over a period of nearly three centuries. Set on a hill overlooking the Pichola Lake, the City Palace is a white marbled sprawling structure topped by donied pavilions and cupolas at different levels. It is a blend of Rajput architecture on the exterior and a bewildering variety of individual palaces, gardens and courtyards with Mughal inspired decorative art in the interiors.

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Bagore ki Haveli Udaipur

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Situated on the bank of Lake Pichola this haveli was built by the then Prime Minister of Mewar, Amarchand Badwa, in the second half of the 18-century. The haveli was renovated in the year 1992 for its historical importance and a Museum was set up. Bagore ki Haveli has 138 rooms, balconies, courtyards, terraces and numerous corridors. The glass and mirror inlay work and the paintings on the wall in the haveli are exquisite.

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Haldighati & Its Importance

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Haldighati 40 km from Udaipur, the site is also,popularly known as Yellow Vale, because the colour of earth here is ofhaldi (turmeric). Haldighati is of immense historic interest as this is the site of the memorable battle between Maharana Pratap and the forces of the great Mughal Emperor Akbar in June, 1576. It is here that Maharana Pratap lost his horse
Chetak and was forced to flee.

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Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary

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Named after the fort, this is perhaps the only sanctuary, where the Indian wolf is breeding successfully. Near village of Joba, 500 hectare of forest in the sanctuary is wolf habitat. Mostly west of the Kumbhalgarh Fort, covering over 600 sq km of area, the dense forest provides a suitable habitat for the endangered and the rare wild animals including the four horned antelope, sambar, wild boar, nilgai, sloth bear, leopard and caracal. The monsoon brings on the attractive flora and the autumn, russet colours.

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Top places to visit in Udaipur

jagdish-temple-udaipurUdaipur, the capital of the former princely state of Mewar is a beautiful city in Rajasthan, India.

Udaipur city is also referred to as the “Venice of the East”, the “Most Romantic City of India” and the “Kashmir of Rajasthan”. Udaipur the “City of Lakes” is one among the most romantic and most beautiful cities of India. The city of Dawn, Udaipur is a lovely land around the azure water lakes, hemmed in by the lush hills of the Aravalis. A vision in white drenched in romance and beauty, Udaipur city of Rajasthan state is a fascinating blend of sights, sounds and experiences – an inspiration for the imagination of the poets, painters and writers. Udaipur’s kaleidoscope of fairy-tale palaces, lakes, temples, gardens and narrow lanes strewn with stalls, carry the flavor of heroic past, epitomizing valor and chivalry. Their reflection in the placid waters of the Lake Pichhola is an enticing sight.

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Round Trip to Kumbhalgarh From Udaipur

Often Visitors to udaipur city , plans to visit nearby places to udaipur such as kumbhalgarh , ranakpur, nathdwara, eklingji etc. We Rajasthan Yatra proud to announced roundtrip to Kumbhalgarh from udaipur using toyota etios or dzire at just Rs.2000. 

Kumbhalgarh Fort

Kumbhalgarh Sightseeing : Kumbhalgarh in Rajasthan has some really interesting sight-seeing options. It is known mainly for the magnificent Kumbhalgarh fort. You should also check out the Kumbhalgarh wildlife sanctuary if you are a wildlife enthusiast. Know more about the places to visit in Kumbhalgarh.

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