Historic Sites in Udaipur

Historic Sites in Udaipur, India

Udaipur Historic Sites

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  • Traveller-Bangalore
    Bengaluru, India377 contributions
    It is a small fort situated on a hill. Not possible to walk there so easily. We had requested our tempo traveler to take us above the hill. Initially he was not ready, but later agreed. It gives view to complete Udaipur city.
    Written 16 February 2022
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  • Yogesh T
    Thane, India13 contributions
    This place is in the outskirts of the city, near Badi lake. It's basically if u wanna buy art stuff, they have made a small artifical village, where different artists showcase and sell their art. There are also shops selling jootis, handicrafts, showpieces, etc
    Written 2 December 2021
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  • Jerry S
    8 contributions
    This is a very special place, with well preserved cenotaphs, although the landscaping is somewhat trashy (but what isn't?) not too far out from the center of Udaipur. Take a tuk-tuk early in the morning for the best light. The Tony Robbins Foundation has donated to help preserve these remarkable cenotaphs. A "security guard" may hassle you if you shoot photos, so get there early and be quick. If you have enough rupees, he can be bribed. Good luck!
    Written 23 April 2020
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  • sanjeevtk02
    Patna, India145 contributions
    Haldighati
    It is about 60 min drive from Kumbhalgarh, on the way you can see the Maharana Pratap Museum and tomb of Chetak, the loyal horse of Maharana. You will have to tell the cab driver specifically to go to Chetak tomb, if you are interested. Haldighati was a narrow passage to the big Warfield. The gorilla warriors used the narrow passage to ambush the invaders. Contrary to expectations, it was a small place with no place to park, sit or eat. Named after the yellow soil it has.
    Spend little time to imbibe the historical point and head back to Udaipur or Kumbhalgarh. It’s a must watch due to the attached history and adjacent monuments makes the tour more informative.
    Don’t forget to taste Sitaphal and plumberries available in plenty on the sides. Choose winter months for comfortable stay. However Kumbhalgarh becomes more cold then, pick clothes accordingly
    Written 4 December 2020
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