Traversing to the Must Visit Places in Royal City of Udaipur

Housing many palaces and royal residences of past rulers, the city of Udaipur is one of the most royal cities in India. Here you can see how the rulers used to live and spend their lives lavishly in the comfort of the palaces. Also known as the most romantic city in the world, many palaces in the city have been converted into hotels that provide a cosy atmosphere for couples and honeymooners. If you are from Delhi and want to explore the  royal lives of the kings than Udaipur is the best place for you. Just book your Delhi to Udaipur flights and get ready to experience the history from up,close and personally. Here are some of the places that you must visit while in Udaipur.

  1. Ranakpur Jain Temple: The three storeyed temple can easily be called as one of the most beautiful temples in India. Famous for it’s architecture, the Jain place of worship get its beautiful landscape from the River Magai. Built in the 14th century the temple consists of four facets and is spread over the area of 48000 square feet taking more than 50 years to complete. Dedicated to the first Tirthankar, Lord Adinath, the grandeur of the temple can be measured by the facts that it has 4 mandaps, 9 basements, 84 gods and 1444 decorated pillars. Visit the temple to appreciate the architecture of the ancient times.
  2. Haldighati: Haven for the history lovers, Haldighati is a pass in the hills of Aravali connecting Rajsamand and Pali. The story behind the interesting name of the place is that as the soil here is yellow in color, it resembles turmeric which in hindi is known as Haldi and hence the name. Haldighati is an important historical venue because many battles were fought here between the Raja Man Singh of Amber and the great Maharaja Rana Pratap. There is also a memorial here for horse Chetak who saved his master Maharana Pratap from the enemies.
  3. Shilpgram: Organized every year in Udaipur, Shilpgram is a crafts fair which promotes the textiles, khadi and other handicrafts of the region. From marble sculptures to the Camel leather work and hand woven items everything is present here giving shopaholics an ample space to shop till they drop. Since, the summers in Rajasthan are too harsh, the 10 day fair is organised in the months of November and December. Many workshops are also organised here and for those who love pottery, you can learn the skill here from the masters of the art.
  4. Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary: A safe haven for wildlife, the reserve is located in the Rajsamand area which is located almost 60 kilometers from Udaipur. Spreading across an area of 580 sq feet, the sanctuary was built to safeguard endangered animals like jackal, wolf, sloth bear, chousingha and various other wild animals. The sanctuary is said to have consisting more than 30 wolves most of which can be seen in the summers strolling around in packs. Don’t forget to try the jungle safari which is available inside the sanctuary.

With so many amazing places to visit in Udaipur get ready to have an awesome time in the royal city or you can always use the Udaipur travel guide if you want to explore more. However, book your tickets on the Delhi to Udaipur flights in advance so as to avail the best offers online.