Ahar Museum. This is a group of royal cenotaphs (burials of soldiers) located about two kilometers east of Udaipur. There are more than 250 burials of maharajas, which were built over 350 years ago. There are 19 crypts, which were built in memory of the 19 maharajas who were burned alive here.
Hook Guy Haveli. The mansion was built in the 18th century on the embankment of Lake Pichola in Gangaur Ghat by Amir Chand Badwa. It is now a museum. There are over a hundred rooms with samples of costumes and contemporary art.
The museum has a large collection of paintings and glass works by Mewar. At seven o’clock in the evening, a simply unforgettable show unfolds here- the famous Indian dance, which lasts an hour.
Circle of Sukhadiya. A large carousel in the northern suburb of Panchwati, located on the road to Mount Ranakpur and Abu. In the center of the carousel is a three-level fountain about 21 meters high, topped with saucers of wheat, which is a symbol of prosperity. Illuminated at night. It is now a well-known landmark.
Udaipur Solar Observatory. Located on an island in Lake Fateh Sagar, the observatory is one of the largest in Asia. It was built in 1976 by Dr. Arvind Bhatnagar, to enjoy visiting such place, you should one of Udaipur tour package for family.
Apani Dhani. A very nice place to spend an evening. There is a small zoo, a magic show, a puppet theater, dance shows, and you will also be served the famous Rajasthani dinner here. Admission costs about Rs 250 per person. The show starts around 5-6 pm.
What to see in the vicinity
Ubeshwar. Follow the road from the Chetak ring to Fateh Sagar. From the starting point of Fateh Sagar, turn left (do not go straight to Fateh Sagar). Head towards Sajjan Garh Palace and then exit this road and continue straight.
After driving 4 – 5 kilometers, you will find yourself behind Sajjan Garg Palace, the road will become green and lush. A green and wonderful place that you simply must visit! You should take your food with you as there are no cafes or shops along the way.
Rural tour. This tour provides tourists with a trip outside the city and introduces them to the surrounding area. The tour includes a visit to an ancient temple with a local guide and a trip to the village’s educational center, which in turn provides additional support for young students at the public school.
There are many places of interest outside the city that are also worth visiting. Take a taxi or take a bus to the most visited sites around Udaipur, or book Udaipur family packages to make your trip convenient.
Ajmer. The ancient city, 288 kilometers from Udaipur, is famous among spiritual and religious sects, since the shrine of Khwaja Ajmer Sharif is located here and there are several Brahma temples along the shore of Lake Pushkar.
Bhilwara. The administrative city of the Mewar region, located 168 kilometers from Udaipur. The city is famous for its Neolithic temples, the architecture of which is made in the nagar style.
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