The centre of enticement revolves around the glimmering blue lakes and the royal palaces constructed with unique artistic adroitness. A prestigious city Udaipur in the state of Rajasthan, erected on the banks of lake Pichola with its glowing white marble mahals (palaces) is referred as a Jewel of Mewar region. Udaipur, a most quixotic city of India can take the tourist into convulsion of heaven.
Stand amidst the rough, hard terrain of Arravali Ranges, Udaipur City, ruled by Sisodia Dynasty for 1200 years. Founded by Maharajah Udai Singh, in 1567 AD, the city can be access through the Suraj Pol or the Sun Gate the main entrance to the city. Beautiful lake palaces of Udaipur glitters like jewels on Lake Pichhola , will definitely leaves the visitor in the world full of fantasy.
City Palaces: An imperial, white marble structure erected on the banks of Lake Pichola, encircled with adamantine stone wall. Royal residence is a melange of royal rooms, gardens and pavilions. The main entrance is through the Tripolia, a triple curvilinear gateway.
Lake Palace: An architectural marvel, once the royal residence of the king is now converted into hotel, a great tourist attraction.
Sahelion-ki-bari: The embellishing garden was made for the pleasures of royal ladies. Garden adorned with the lush green lawns, blooming flowers, enchanting pools, gratifying fountains and beautiful carved marble elephant
Blue Lakes: Udaipur is embellished with the exquisite lakes of Pichola, Fateh Sagar, Udai Sagar and is rightly called as the city of lakes, an oasis in the desert. The city derives most of its beauty from these fascinating blue waters. Temples, Rock Mountains, palaces and island with royal, palatial buildings girdle lakes.
There are numerous worthy shops on Lake Palace Road, besides the Rang Niwas Palace Hotel and cluster of others shops near the Jagdish Temple and Bapu Bazaar. Udaipur is known for his Tie-Dai fabrics, batik work and carved metal work. A handicraft emporium rune by Government is also very famous.
Jaisamand Lake 50km, Kankroli 64 km, Eklingli 21km, Jagdish Temples dedicated to Lord Shiva, built by Raja Jagat Singh. Nathdwara Temple 42km. of Lord Krishan is visitesd by thousand of devotees. Ranakpur 90km from Udaipur, Haldighati Fort is situated on the hills these are also very notable tourist spot.
By Air: Dabok Airport is 21km. from the city is the nearest airhead. It connects Udaipur with all the major cities of India.
By Rail: It is well linked by means of rail transport. Trains from Mumbai via Ahmedabad, Delhi Chittorgarh connects Udaipur. Palace on Wheel also covers this place.
By Road: Udaipur to Ahmedabad 262 km, Bombay 739 km, Delhi is 670 km from Udaipur, Mumbai 739km, Ahmedabad 262 km, Jaipur 407 km are well connected by regular bus services.