Often referred to as the ‘Venice of the East, the city of lakes Udaipur is situated around azure water lakes and is trimmed in by lush green hills of Aravallis. The renowned Lake Palace, situated in Lake Pichola is one of the most delightful sights of Udaipur. It is likewise home to Jaisamand Lake, professed to be the second-biggest man-made sweet water lake in Asia.
The excellent City Palace and Sajjangarh (Monsoon Palace) add to the architectural beauty and magnificence of the city. The city is likewise known for its profusion of zinc and marble.
Solar observatory in Lake Fateh Sagar is the only observatory in India situated on an island and has been made on the pattern of Big Bear Lake in Southern California. The ten-day Shilpgram Festival what begins from 21 Dec to 30 Dec pulls in a large number of individuals interested in arts and crafts.
Udaipur was established in 1553 by Maharana Udai Singh II as the new capital of the Mewar Kingdom. It is situated in the prolific, circular Girwa Valley toward the southwest of Nagda, which was the first capital of Mewar.