A city in Rajasthan is a stunning location and has a rich cultural background and with a great history. Near shimmering Lake Pichola, another man-made wonder in the city dominated by nature, with the pale brownish yellow and purple hills of the woody Aravalli Hills spreading continuously in all directions. There are remarkable & luxurious palaces, religious temples, old havelis, Bathing ghats and many close, curved, everlasting streets add the humanistic counterpoint to the city’s natural grace. The islands in Lake offers various tourist attractions and therefore by sailing in Lake Pichola. The palaces reflect the architectural grandeur dominated during the era of Rajputs.
For the visitors, there is the coolness of boat rides on the lake, Sunset views are stunning and color of ancient marketplaces, a lively crafts scene, the quaint old-world feel of its excellent resorts, endless fascinating shops, and some lovely countryside to travel on wheels, feet or horse-back. Udaipur famously called as‘Venice of the East’ and ‘The City of Lakes’.
Udaipur is labeled as one of ‘the most romantic places in the mainland of India’ by Colonel James Tod applied in 1829, the East India Company’s first political agent in the country. in the mean days of the century the romance is wearing slightly less as taller hotels compete for giving the best view and business clogs old avenue.
1. LAKE PICHOLA (Jag Niwas)
Lake Pichola is the artificial freshwater lake “one of the greatest man-made beauty of the city. This lake name is after the nearby, Pichola village. It is also known as home for four islands which consist of Palaces and monuments built during the Mewar dynasty in Udaipur. This lake has the pleasant scene of the Aravalli hills, which makes the spot special.
The lake covers over a width of 2 miles and length 3 miles with a 30 feet depth.
Lake Pichola is popularly known for the extraordinary architecture made by the maharanas of Mewar on many islands and several ghats situated at the seashores.
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