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  • City Palace

    City Palace was started by maharana Udai Singh II. The palace is surmounted by balconies, towers & cupolas and there are wonderful views over the lake and the city from the upper terrace. Main entrance is from northern end through the Baripol of 1600 and the Tripolia Gate of 1725 , with its eight carved marble arches. It was once custom for maharanas to be weighed under the gate and their weight in gold or silver distributed to the populace.

  • Lake Palace
    Beautiful Lake Pichola was enlarged by Maharaja Udai Singh || after the foundation of this city.

    He built a masonry dam, known as the Badipol, and the lake is now 4km long and 3km wide. Nevertheless, it remains fairly shallow and can actually dry up - in severe droughts it's possible to walk to Jagniwas and Jagmandir island. A handful of crocodiles are believed to inhabit the most remote parts of the lake, near the inhabited sections of the shore. The City Palace extends for a long stretch along the east bank.

  • Sukhadia Circle
    Udaipur is large round in the city's northern suburb of Panchwati on the road to Ranakpur and Mt. Abu.

    The centrepiece of the Circle is a large, three-tiered fountain just over 21 m. high, with scalloped dishes surmounted by a wheat-ear motif, representing prosperity. Illuminated at night, it is now a well-known landmark. Its foundation was laid in 1968 and was opened in 1970. The Circle is a popular recreational centre and meeting place. A circular pond surrounds the fountain; nearby are pleasant gardens.

  • Dudh Talai

    It was once used as a bathing lake. Sunset view in Pichhola Lake and panoramic view of the old Udaipur city and its palaces can be enjoyed from here. Another attraction of this garden is the musical fountain. The local handicraft market is very close to this garden. Dudh Talai, situated adjacent to the City Palace, is 24 km from Udaipur Airport.

  • Saheliyon-ki-Bari

    Saheliyon-ki-Bari or the "Garden of the maids of honour", brings to the fore the unique life-style of the royal ladies who once strolled in this gardens. This spectacular garden has four pools and five fountains, each one with a different look, embelished with delicately chiselled kiosks and elephants in marble. It also has a Science Laboratory with different types of reptiles, frogs and specimens for the visitors.