Saturday, December 1, 2012


Capital of the erstwhile kingdom of Mewar, famed for  valour , bloodshed  and sacrifice.

 Dotted by forts and palaces, with the majestic Aravallis  playing  the perfect background.

The clean and tidy city of Udaipur, with the otherwise  ubiquitous holy cows of Northern India not to be seen on the streets. 
 Distinct style of Rajasthani domes.

 View of Peacock hall and other remnants of the opulent City Palace by the Pichola Lake.


Past , present and future. Where do we meet? 

 Jag Mandir Island Palace in Pichola Lake.

 City palace and Taj Lake Palace

 Cenotaphs of Mewar rulers at Ahar. 

 Exhibits in  Bharathiya Lok Kala Mandir (Udaipur Folk Museum with a separate wing for puppetry) 

 Solar Observatory, Fateh Sagar Lake
 Shilp Gram, Udaipur with huts of  traditional folk and tribals of different parts of India.
Traditional folk arts and culture at display in Shilpgram. 

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