Udaipur The Favourite Honeymoon Destination For Newly Couple

Udaipur is the capital of the former princely state of Mewar, in Rajasthan. Udaipur city is a most beautiful lake city and the atmosphere of this city is very breathtaking. The lake city of rajasthan is the best romantic city and the favourite destination of the newly couple for honeymoon. The lakes and nature of this city attract tourist, people from India as well as all over the world visit here. The Rajputana style of this city is very amazing and exhibits a culture and tradition of Mughals.

There are a several places to see that show the glorious past of Udaipur with its beautiful lakes, ancient wish-fulfilling temple, gardens, memorial palace of maharajas, and forts. You can enjoy your best udaipur day tour with its most amazing places such as Kumbhalgarh Fort, Sajjangarh Palace, Saheliyon Ki Bari, Pichola Lake, Fateh Sager Lake, Bagore Ki Haveli, City Palace, Jagdish Temple, Moti Magari, Sukhadiya Circle and so on.

You can visit here with your Udaipur day tour:-

Pichola Lake: The artificial fresh water lake is founded in 1362 AD.

The lake is surrounding with its several islands, temples, palace, family mansions, and bathing ghats. The famous City Palace is situated in the bank of this lake.

Jagdish temple: The temple is dedicated to lord Vishnu, Hindu God.

It is a very big temple and several devotees come here every day. The temple walls and pillars are decorated with carvings of Vishnu.

Sukhadia Circle: It is a large roundabout circle in the city, situated northern suburb of Panchwati on the road to Ranakpur and Mt. Abu.

Here the main attraction is the three-tried fountain with scalloped dishes surmounted by a wheat-ear motif.

Dudh Talai: It is a small lake located in the bank of Lake Pichola.

The Jagmandir Island, Lake Palace, Udaivilas, Leela Palace and Aravalli ranges provides a beautiful look of this lake.

Saheliyon Ki Bari: It is a most beautiful garden, created by Maharana Bhopal Singh.

The garden is famous for its fountains, marble elephant, lotus pool, and lush green lawns.

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