Udaipur (उदयपुर) District in the Indian State of Rajasthan. It is the historic capital of the former kingdom of Mewar.

It is also known as the City of Lakes and Venice of the East.

The Pichola lake , Fateh Sagar, Udai Sagar and Swaroop Sagar in this city are considered some of the most beautiful lakes in the state. ♥♥♥

Many of the palaces have been converted into luxury hotels.

Monday, September 1, 2008



  • Udaipur was named Asia's 2nd Best City of 2007
  • Ranked 7th among Best cities in the World, year 2007
  • Oberoi Udaivilas was named the "World's best hotel" by Travel & Leisure magazine for 2007.Travel & Leisure
  • Zonal Railway Training Institute - Asia's best Railway Training Institute

Different Lakes!

Fateh Sagar Lake

Fateh Sager Lake is a vicinity for young lovers, it is situated in the north of Lake Picholas. It was originally built by Maharana Jai Singh in the year 1678 AD, but later on reconstructed and extended by Maharana Fateh Singh, As lot of destruction was caused by heavy rains.In the year 1993-1994,the water vanished from the lake and again in the year 2005-2006, the lake regaind its water.The lake is tried directly to connect with mansivacal dam so that it doesnot suffer any type of water problem again in future.

Lake Pichola

The Sapphire Udaipur : Lake Pichola is a lake that has two islands, Jag Niwas and the Jag Mandir. This lake is 4km long and 3 km wide, originally built by Maharana Udai Singh II after he discovered Rajasthan "Udaipur". There are many ghats, like the bathing and washing ghats, which can be approached through boats from the City Palace of Udaipur (Bansi Ghat). In the heart of lake, the Lake Palace stands, which is now converted into a heritage palace hotel. This palace hotel is considered to be 3 decades old in the history of Udaipur. The Lake remains fairly shallow, at the time of heavy rains, and gets dry easily at the time of severe drought. A hermit is said to have advised the Maharana to establish his kingdom over Lake Pichola, after the fall of Chittaurgarh by Mughal emperor Akbar