Rajasthan Travel Guide

Excursion From Bambora

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Jaisamand Lake, also known as Dhebar is just 38 km from Bambora. The lake was built by Maharana Jai Singh in 1685, utilizing the waters of Gomti River. It is the second biggest artificial lake of the world.


Udaipur is known as the jewel of Mewar and also city of palaces. This fairyland is located at 45 km from Bambora. The city is a part of Aravalli hill and has many places for tourist interest like City Palace, City Museum, Lake Palace, Jag Mandir, Sahelion Ki Bari, Jagdish Temple, Pichola Lake,Fateh Sagar,Udai Sagar and many more.

City Palace

City Palace, a palatial buildings in Udaipur is the largest amongst its kind in Rajasthan. Maharana Udai Mirza Singh constructed this beautiful palace in 1559 and declared as the capital of the Sisodia Rajput clan.

It is situated on the banks of the Pichola Lake.

Pichola Lake

Pichola Lake is a artificial lake, constructed in 1362 A.D and named after the Picholi village. This lake developed from a Dam that was constructed in order to meet the drinking and irrigation requirement of Udaipur.

Maharana Udai Singh, the king was highly impressed by the surroundings of the lake and he decided to build the city of Udaipur on the banks of this lake.

Lake Palace

Lake Palace was bulit by Maharana Jagat Singh as a summer retreat in the year 1743. This Palace is situated on the Jag Niwas Island amidst the Pichola Lake.

Now, this beautiful architectural building, adorned with pink stones is transformed into a 5 Star Hotel in Rajasthan.

Fateh Sagar

Fateh Sagar is one of the 4 beautiful lakes of Udaipur. This aritificial lake was developed in the year 1678 by Maharana Fateh Singh and because of its blue water and green sorrounding, has been nick named as ‘Second Kashmir’. There are three small islands situated amidst the lake.

Jag Mandir

Jag Mandir is popularly known as the Lake Garden Palace. This construction of this palace was started by Maharana Amar Singh in the year 1551 and later was completed by Maharana Jagat Singh in the year 1652.

The pavilion of the palace is decorated with a magnificent stone elephant structure.

City Palace Museum

The City Palace Museum, a part of City palace was opened for public in the 1969 as a source of income for the maintainance of the palace. Presently the museum is run by the Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation. There is an armoury museum here displaying a vast collection of protective weapons, and arms.

The pictures and photographs of the royal families are displayed in the museum, which depicts the history, culture, and tradition of the Maharanas of Mewar.

Jagdish Temple

The Jagdish Temple is a part of the City palace. The temple is dedicated to the Hindu Lord Vishnu and is considered as the largest temple of the city. This Temple was constructed by Maharana Jagat Singh of Udaipur in 1651, which represented the Indo-Aryan architectural style.

Saheliyon Ki Bari

Saheliyon Ki Bari which means ‘Garden of the Maids of Honour’, was constructed by Maharana Sangram Singh in the 18th century for the royal women. The main highlights of the garden are the fountains, which were imported from England.

All the fountains are constructed in the form of birds spurting water from their beaks It is said that the king himself designed this beautiful garden, and gifted it to his queen who was accompanied by 48 maids after her marriage.

City Palace, Udaipur

City Palace, Udaipur

City Palace by Amit Rawat

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