Udaipur receives plenty number of tourists from all over the world every year. The city is still occupied by people of Bhil tribe, so you could see people dressed in classic Rajsthani costumes with loads of silver jewelry during your trip. Colorful festivals and fairs depict the cultural affluence of Udaipur. The lakes, temples, huge forts and palaces boast about the rich legacy of this city.
Here is some place to visit in Jaipur :-
Directing the land of this attractive destination, the City Palace is a royal structure. The rooms, museum, porches, corridors and hanging gardens inside the palace are truly obsessive. The foundation of the palace was laid by Maharaja Udai Singh. Its architectural style is a combination of Rajput, Chinese and European construction. Breathtaking carvings, royal paintings and stunning decoration of the palace never flop to capture the souls of visitor. It also offers pleasing views of Lake Pichola.
It is situated in the City Palace complex, Jagdish temple is dedicated to Lord Jagannath( a form of lord Vishnu). It is the largest temple in the city which is formed in Indo-Aryan style of architecture. Its history times back to the year 1651. Its carvings and figures attract attention.
Fateh Sagar Lake:
It is a huge and wonderful lake which was called after Maharana Fateh Singh who built it. Relish boating at this lake which offers attractive views of the environments.
Saheliyon ki Bari:
It is a lovely garden mainly made for the queen and her maids. It is decorated attractively with marble elephants, pools and fountains.
A variety of colorful and beautiful handicrafts are available in the bustling bazaars of Udaipur. Tie and dye fabric, silver jewelery, juttis, lac bangles, stone jewelery, paintings, puppets etc are some of the most famous handicrafts of Udaipur.