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Monuments and Havelies in Udaipur - Rajasthan


Udaipur is the city of Palaces, Monuments, forts and Hevelies. The spectacular architecture of these marvelous men made creations have become a testimonial for bygone era. The massive imperial legacy of the ancestral kings in the form of these monuments attracts thousands of tourists from across the globe. Many of these palaces have been now converted into heritage hotels to offer luxurious comforts and majestic life style with a Royal touch. Raised in the splendid background of majestic city of Udaipur these monuments are worth spending few moments on a trip to Udaipur, Rajasthan. In this section of Udaipur tourist Guide we cover renowned palaces, monuments and hevelies that are worth visiting on a tour to Udaipur. Bagore-Ki-Haveli Udaipur: Situated on the picturesque banks of Lake Pichola at Gangori Ghat, Bagore Ki Haveli is a very congenial old building. It was built by Amarchand Badava the prime minister of Mewar in 18th century. This palatial building has 138 rooms, balconies, terraces, courtyards and corridors. All the rooms have an interesting and delicate display of glass and mirror work that adorned the walls. The two peacocks made up of small pieces of colored glass is a fine work of artistry of glasswork. A well preserved painting on the walls of Queen’s Chamber is a fine example of Mewar paintings. After the death the building became the property of Mewar state and is occupied by Maharana Shakti Singh of Bagore in 1878 and it acquired its name of Bagore- Ki- Heveli. The structure is neglected until 1986 and was handed to West Zone Cultural Center (WZCC). The Heveli now stages delightful evenings by organizing cultural performances of Rajasthani traditional dance and music to entertain its visitors. It makes it an ideal place for spending delightful evenings while enjoying the breathtaking view of Lake Pichola.

Monuments and Havelies in Udaipur
Bagore-Ki-Haveli Jag Mandir Palace Maharana Pratap Memorial
Lake Palace Kumbhalgarh Fort City Palace

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