Wednesday, 27 December 2017

17 Facts of Udaipur Attractions and Holidays

India since ages has been known for its ‘wealth, unexplored treasures, spices, beautiful destinations and man-made wonders’. Right from its esoteric arts to ayurveda and yoga to mystique arts – India never failed to attract attentions of people from across the world.

Be it, ‘Persian Invaders or be it British Raj’ all came to India for a reason. They plundered its richness and some also got lost in its hypnotic splendours.

India from its length to its breadth is adorned with both natural and man-made beauties. Its destinations like ‘Udaipur in Rajasthan, Beaches of Goa, Backwaters of Kerala, one – horn rhino in Assam, Royal Bengal Tiger in Corbett, and untouched valleys of Kashmir’ still makes to the worlds’ must visit destinations before one die.

Natural lake view hotel Udaipur
Udaipur and Kerala has always competed with each other for the crown of most romantic holiday destination in India. One is known for its enamouring lakes and the other is known for its fascinating backwaters.

Honeymooners always have to make the tough choice between the Natural lake view hotel Udaipur and houseboat cruise Kerala’.

Love birds will find ‘Udaipur a fusion of traditions, culture, Rajput Valour, natural beauty and authentic Rajasthani cuisine’ a never forgetful holiday. Udaipur is also the best destination for budget travellers to spend time with beloved. Sneak in to Facts of Udaipur Tour:
  1. Udaipur is known for its lakes
  2. It’s also far famed as the ‘Venice of the East’
  3. Lake Pichola is its biggest lake in the centre of the city
  4. Lake Pichola is a man-made lake and holds fresh water
  5. It has a rich history and was commissioned in the year 1362 AD
  6. The star attraction of Udaipur – Lake Pichola was named after ‘Picholi village’
  7.  It was built with a purpose to serve need for drinking waters and irrigation facilities
  8. Lake Pichola is also home to two of the stunning ‘Udaipur attractions’ known as ‘Jag Niwas Island and Jag Mandir Island’
  9. Jag  Niwas island host the magnificent ‘Lake Palace’
  10. Jag Mandir island host the majestic palace by name ‘Jag Mandir Palace’
  11. Apart from the above two islands, Lake Pichola is also home to two more islands known as Mohan Mandir and Arsi Vilas
  12. Mohan Mandir also served as the host to ‘Mewar King’ to watch every year ‘Gangaur Festival
  13. Arsi Vilas is a small island in the Lake Pichola; but it is home to a small Palace, ammunition depot, and bird sanctuary
  14. One can spot  tufted ducks, coots, egrets, terns, cormorants and kingfishers at the ‘Arsi Vilas’ bird sanctuary
  15. Arsi Vilas was the palace for the royals to enjoy romantic sunsets over the lake
  16. Lake Pichola is also connected by two famed lakes ‘Fateh Sagar Lake and Saroop Sagar Lake’
  17. The other attractions of Udaipur are ‘City Palace, Jagdish Temple, Boat Cruise at Lake Pichola, Lake Garden Palace, Vintage Car Museum, Saheliyon Ki Bari, Bagore Ki Haveli, and Shilpgram’
Venice of East is must visit for every romantic souls…

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