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Kumbhalgarh Fort

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Name           : Kumbhalgarh Fort

Situated       : 90 kms from Udaipur

Built year     : 15th century

Entry fee      : ₹10 per head

Person built : Maharaja Kumbha

This most-remarkable of forts stretches across 36 kms of the Aravali Mountains and is 1100 m high from the sea level. It was never conquered, for reasons which become apparent the instant you set eyes on it. The fort is just 80 kms away from Udaipur. The massive perimeter wall is an astounding 36 kms. Surrounded by thirteen mountain peaks, guarded by seven great gates and seven ramparts, strengthened by rounded bastions and immense watchtowers, this mountain fortress has witnessed many battles. The winding road leads through deep ravines and thick forests to Arait Pol with its watch-tower, Hulla Pol, Hanuman Pol, Ram Pol, Bhairava Pol, Paghra Pol, Top-khana Pol and Nimboo Pol. Read more

City Palace Museum

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Name            : City Palace

Situated        : East bank of Pichhola

Built year      : Built at different times from 1559

Person built : Initiated by Maharana Udai Singh

Entry fee        : 

ADULT (Age above 18 years) ₹250.00
CHILD (Age 5 to 18 years) ₹100.00
CHILD (Age below 5 years) Free
ALL TYPE OF CAMERAS ₹250.00
STUDENTS IN GROUP ₹100.00
TEACHERS WITH STUDENTS GROUP (ONE TEACHER WITH EVERY 25 STUDENTS OF PART THEIR OF) ₹100.00
MILITARY PERSONNEL / PARA MILITARY FORCES AND THEIR FAMILIES, WIFE AND CHILDREN (With Identity Card) ₹100.00
HANDICAPPED PERSON Free

Timing            : 9:30hrs to 17:30hrs Read more

SajjanGarh Fort

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Name            : SajjanGarh (Monsoon Palace & Hunting Lodge)

Situated       : 100 feet over the FatehSagar Lake

Built year     : 1874-1884

Person built : Maharaja Sajjan Singh

Sajjan Garh is a huge palace on Bansdara Mountain, five kilometres west of Udaipur towards Rampura. Although the palace is closed to the public, the views of the Aravalli Hills, lakes, forests and rivers make a trip here worthwhile. Read more

Jag Mandir Island Palace

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Name                : Jag Mandir (Island Palace)

Situated           : 150 mtrs from City Palace Complex

Built year        : 1651 AD

Person Build  : Rana Jagat Singh

Entry fee          :

Regular Boat Ride – Adult/Child ₹300/₹150
Sunset Boat Ride – Adult/Child ₹500/₹200
Boat Charter ₹4000 (upto 7 people) (Duration: 1 hour)

Jag Mandir Palace is a beautiful palace located on the southern island of Lake Pichola. The three-storied Palace is a palatial structure made in yellow sandstone and marble. Built in early years of 17th century, Jag Mandir Palace was raised by Maharana Karan Singh to serve as a hiding place for Prince Khurram (popularly known as Shah Jahan). Between the years of 1620-28, Maharana Karan Singh ruled the region and during this period Prince Khurram revolted against his father. Read more