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Haldighati

haldighati

Name       : HaldiGhati

Situated  : 40 kms from Udaipur

Built year : Battle field where Akbar fought against Maharana Pratap in 1576 AD

Entry fee  : ₹20

Timing      : 7:00hrs to 19:00hrs

Haldighati is an important historical site in the context of Udaipur. Actually, Haldighati is a mountain pass in the Aravalli range connecting districts of Rajsamand and Pali in Rajasthan. The place is at a comfortable distance of 40 kms from the city of Udaipur. The term Haldighati has been derived from the yellow colored soil of the place that gives a sense of turmeric (in Hindi, turmeric is called as ‘Haldi’ and valley is known as ‘Ghati’). Read more

Gogunda

gogunda

Name      : Gogunda

Situated : 35 kms North -West of Udaipur

Gogunda is a small town (Tahsil) located about 35 km from Udaipur. It is situated on a high mountain in Aravalli hills and is reached by crossing a difficult mountain pass. The great Mewar king Maharana Pratap’s Raj Tilak (coronation) was performed at Gogunda. Gogunda abounds with Hindu and Jain temples. Read more

Chawand

chawand

Name            : Chawand (Samadhi (trance) of Maharaja Pratap)

Situated        : 40 kms of Udaipur

Person built : Ruler Of Mewar

Chawand is a historical village located in Udaipur district, Rajasthan. It was the capital of Maharana Pratap in 1585 and was continued to be the capital city till 1615. Chawand was also a major center of the Mewar School of Painting. Read more

Maharana Pratap Memorial Park Moti Magri

moti-magri

Name                        : Maharana Pratap Memorial Park (Moti Magri)

Situated                  : At the top of Moti Magri (Pearl Hill) overlooking FatehSagar

Person built             : Maharaja Bhagwat Singh Mewar

Entry fee                   : Adult ₹25 and Child ₹15

Timing                        : 09:00hrs to 18:00hrs

Light & Sound Show : Thrill starts at 19:30hrs at ₹35 per head

Atop the Moti Magari or Pearl Hill, overlooking the FatehSagar lake is the memorial of the Rajput Hero Maharana Pratap with a Bronze Statue of the Maharana astride his favourite horse Chetak. Read more