Honeymoon in Udaipur

The city of lakes and palaces, Udaipur, seems to be colored in all blue. Its natural beauty has enabled the honeymoon couples to choose this destination to be amidst royal atmosphere. It is known to be the jewel of Mewar, which was a kingdom ruled by Sisodia Dynasty for over 1200 years. The city of Udaipur was founded by Maharana Udai Singh in 1559 AD on the advice of a saint, who was meditating on the banks of Lake Pichhola. He told the Maharaja to build a palace with fertile land that would be watered by the nearest lake. It has marvelous gardens, exotic view of Aravali mountain ranges and imperialism reflecting from the architecture of forts. Some of the most beautiful locations that can be viewed by honeymoon couples are:

City Palace: It is a beautiful palace that is located on the banks of Lake Pichhola. Maharana Udai Singh started the construction of this palace, which was beautified by successive rulers. They added numerous palaces, temples and gardens in the premises by keeping the uniformity of architecture intact. Balcony of Sun, main hall as Museum with lethal weapons and artifacts, Rajya Aangan and also Moti Mahal with beautiful mirror work are some of the attractions forming part of City Palace's premises.

City Palace

Lake Palace: It is known to be the most enchanting palaces of Udaipur on Jag Niwas Island, which as constructed by Maharana Jagat Singh II in 1754. The palace is located on the banks of lake Pichhola and it seems that this white majestic structure is emerging out from the blue waters of the lake. The architecture of this palace is remarkable and has some of the most beautiful looking paintings also.

Jag Mandir: It is yet another beautiful palace situated on the banks of Lake Pichhola, which was built by Maharaja Karan Singh in 1615 AD. Once, it has given shelter to Mughal prince named Khurram (Shah Jahan), who had rebelled against his father Jahangir in 1620s. Its attractions are the giant sculptures of Elephants with a remarkable Cenotaph.

Jag Mandir

Saheliyon Ki Bari: It is a picturesque garden that was built in early 18th century AD as recoil for ladies of the royal household to spend their time in relaxation. This intriguingly beautiful Garden is well known for fountains (in the shape of birds), lotus pool, flowerbeds, lush green lawns and marble pavilions that provide breathtaking view to honeymoon couples and create that sensuous atmosphere.

Vintage Car Museum: This particular museum is worth watching as it would take the honeymoon couples to the era of Rajas and Maharajas using royal cars. They can check out marvelously beautiful range of Cadillac, Chevrolet, Mosaic, Benz and various branded cars that were used by the emperors of Udaipur and the royal families.

Vintage Car Museum

Lake Pichhola: It got the name from Pichhola village that was once submerged and found by Maharana Udai Singh. After doing so, he enlarged the lake and constructed a dam called Badipol that gave the lake a beautiful view with more area to be covered. The honeymoon couple can view Jag Mandir, Jag Niwas Island and City Palace.

Fateh Sagar Lake: This beautiful lake has exotic hills and woodlands that surround it. The lake was built by Maharana Jai Singh on the north side of Pichhola Lake in 1678. It was reconstructed by Maharana Fateh Singh with a canal that links Rang Sagar and Swaroop Sagar Lakes. Honeymoon couples can enjoy the attractions of Nehru Island and a Solar Observatory.

Fateh Sagar Lake

Jaisamand Lake: Known to be the second largest lake in Asia, this lake has stylish step leading to the water and marble Cenotaphs on its bank and a small Shiva temple. On each side of the lake are palaces constructed for the king's favorite queens.

Rajsamand Lake: It is a royal lake that is located on the way to Kumbhalgarh and has a dam built in 17th Century. The honeymoon couples can get the spectacular views of sunset through "Torans" and Cenotaphs that add to the beauty of this lake.

Rajsamand Lake

Bagore Ki Haveli: This is an old building that is located on the waterfront of Lake Pichhola. It has some of the finest examples of Mewar paintings exhibiting royal and grand lifestyle of those eras. The honeymoon couple can take pleasure in traditional dance and music programs held here every evening and get drenched in the Rajasthani lifestyle.

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