Monuments/ Statues in Udaipur

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Monuments & Statues in Udaipur

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  • sumapuranik
    Panjim, India1,274 contributions
    We visited here on 29 th February.It was very beautiful.n built in big area.Every where marble tiles.Behind ranapratap ideol there is a garden.There is an entry fee is there.
    Written 10 March 2020
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  • A Choudhury
    New Delhi, India112 contributions
    Chetak Samadhi is a memorial dedicated to Maharana Pratap's loyal horse Chetak in Haldighati. The horse was severely wounded in the Battle of Haldighati but it still saved Maharana Pratap and died at the same spot where the memorial was built. This place is located very close to Maharana Pratap museum in Haldighati.
    Written 26 May 2021
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK1,53,686 contributions
    This statue stands in tribute to the great Indian independence leader Mahatma Gandhi. The statue depicts as he is best known, wearing a lungi and using a walking stick as an aid. The statue is located opposite the entrance to Saraswati Library inside Gulab Bagh park. Saraswati Library also looks like a palace which makes it an interesting backdrop when juxtaposed against the simplicity of Gandhi. Not a must see, but plus one for the backdrop and the memory of a great man.
    Written 22 December 2019
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK1,53,686 contributions
    This statue stands in tribute to Meera Bai, the 16th century Rajput princess best known as a Hindu poet, saint and a devotee of Krishna. Her devotion was such that Krishna protected her from poison and other attempts at assasinating her by her in-laws.

    The statue is larger than life and depicts her as she is often depicted in Hindu art, which is sitting down and playing the Ektara. The statue is well away from the main tourist circuit in Udaipur and I only saw it on the way to Maharana Pratap Memorial. Worth a look if in the area and you’re familiar with the story of Meera Bai, but I wouldn’t go out of the way to see it.
    Written 22 December 2019
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK1,53,686 contributions
    This statue stands in tribute to Bhamashah, the Prime Minister who served one of the most famous Kings of Merwar, Maharana Pratap, as well as his successor Amar Singh I. As well as having been a loyal servant to the king, he is also known for giving up his entire wealth in support of the king.

    The statue depicts Bhamashah in the typical attire of a Rajasthani nobleman with a sword by his side. It’s not a must-see, but it’s located within Maharana Pratap Memorial park, and fittingly opposite the Hall of Heroes.
    Written 22 December 2019
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