Bagore Ki Haveli is an old building build in front of the Lake Pichola at Gangori Ghat. It has more than 100 rooms with well-arranged balconies, terraces, courtyards, and corridors. Among the many precious and unmatched articles, Bagore Ki Haveli contains the costumes of the royal king, premium mural paintings of Rajasthan designed in Mewar, exclusive stuff of Rajputs like jewelry boxes, dice-games, hukkas, pan boxes, nutcrackers, hand fans, rose water sprinklers, copper vessels and other items of the erstwhile rulers.
It was built by Amir Chand Badwa, the Prime Minister of Mewar in the 18th century. It is famous for the splendid architecture of the mansion.
Maharana Shakti Singh of Bagore further adds three stories to this haveli in 1878. From then this mansion came to be known as Bagore Ki Haveli (Mansion of Bagore).
After a long period of neglection, in 1986, it was handed over to the West Zone Cultural Centre (WZCC). Now it is converted into a museum which has many old architectural collections.
It portrays the patrician culture of Mewar. Beautiful peacocks created with small pieces of colored glass captivate the onlooker with sheer admiration.
It has outstanding intricate carvings and mirror work, besides a cultural dance and music, show every evening in its romantic surroundings attracts many people.
Bagore Ki Haveli Timings: 10:00 am- 06:30 pm.
Bagore Ki Haveli Entry Fee: Rs 60
Bagore Ki Haveli can be reached by local bus, taxi or rickshaw as it is just 1.5 km from Udaipur city.