About Udaipur

About Udaipur

Udaipur is located 403 kilometers southeast from capital of the state Jaipur, Rajasthan and 250 kilometers from Ahmedabad, Gujarat. It is situated at the southern region of Rajasthan. Udaipur is truly an exquisite city with ample of natural splendor set at every nook and corner. It is amidst in the stunning Aravali Ranges of Rajasthan, India and known for its vivid fine-looking lakes, also called ‘the city of lakes’. The captivating lakes in attendance everywhere make a flawless milieu around the city as well as sets upon many hues, colours and smiles on many people.

This exotic city is full of palaces, temples and havelis present far and wide. The presence of greenery creates a sense of charm and harmony. It’s famed for its heritage and culture around the globe and acts as a centre for the performing arts, painting and crafts. Udaipur is now looked upon and counted among the romantic cities of the World and subsequently called the ‘Venice of East’.

The famous “white” city of Rajasthan state, Udaipur has now become the talk of the town for all the people. It’s unquestionably a dream destination for a romantic holiday. Its lakes being so fantabulous, exceptionally sets a place in our heart and are full of peace, calm and tranquility. Udaipur is a fascinating blend of sights, sounds and experiences – an inspiration for the imagination of the poets, painters and writers. It has not only lured the foreigners but both Hollywood and Bollywood, because of its scenic beauty. It has now become the fifty most dazzling city in the world but is marching on for more advancement.

History of Udaipur

Udaipur was founded in 1559 by Maharana Udai Singh II as the capital of Mewar region. Maharana Udai Singh Ji established a residence in the new region. Later in 1568 when the Mughal Emperor Akbar invaded and captured the fort of Chittor, Udai Singh moved the capital to his new residence. And the new place was named Udaipur.

Being surrounded by the natural walls of Aravali hills it became difficult for the Mughals to travel to Udaipur with their huge army, horses and heavy armored forces. Thus the Udaipur remained protected from the influence of Mughals. Udaipur had been one of the old dynasties of the world.