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Rani Padmini Palace

This palace plays an important role in Rajput history. The structure is built on the banks of a lotus pool and has a pavilion that provides privacy for the women of the royal family. Ala-ud-din Khilji, then Sultan of Delhi, spotted Queen Padmini’s reflection in the pool and was so ... Read More »

Chittorgarh Fort

Chittorgarh resonates with stories of Rajputana bravery, pride and passion. The bards of Rajasthan sing tales of courage and sacrifice recounting stories that are known to every child and adult in the city. Chittorgarh is named after its most imposing structure, the Chittorgarh Fort which stands atop a 180 metre ... Read More »

Rama completes quarantine period, put to display in Udaipur Park

Udaipur : Tigers are rare and white tigers are even rarer. So it was quite natural for animal lovers as well as residents to see one of the species roaming and roaring around in an enclosure at the Sajjangarh Biological Park here. Rama- the five-year old white tiger brought from Chennai’s ... Read More »

Forest dept initiates a trip down the memory lane to historical Deewair

Udaipur : Taking a unique initiative to connect the common man with nature and a site of historical importance, the forest department is organizing an eco-tour to Deewair, situated in the midst of Todgarh-Raoli wild life sanctuary, some 120 kilometers from Udaipur. The trip will be held on October 26 and ... Read More »

Orange Tigress in Udaipur to get a ‘white’ partner from Chennai

Udaipur : The Sajjangarh Zoological Park at Udaipur will gets its first white tiger in Rama, a 5 year old adult cat from Chennai on Thursday. The park presently has an Orange Bengal tigress Damini who was left alone after the demise of a male tiger Monu an year ago. Though ... Read More »

Kiwi women make dull wall come alive in Udaipur

World Tourism Day-27 September Udaipur : ‘Athithi Devo Bhav’ is the Indian philosophy that implies hospitality, respecting the guests and serving them  as Gods. However, this time it was other way round when a team of 4 enthusiastic artists from NewZealand taught the residents how they should show love for their ... Read More »

When ‘Bhistis’ carried water to homes in leather bags!

Udaipur : Recently, the Ministry of Urban development has asked  Udaipur Smart City Limited to work out on a proposal of supplying 24-hours of water for the entire city. The existing system is alternate day supply of drinking water not only for the walled area but the entire city. The suggestion ... Read More »

Municipal council to develop Heritage walkway in Dungarpur

Udaipur : Often centuries-old buildings and groups of buildings lie out of sight behind modern development. Sometimes new growth tends to overshadow the older areas of the city. But these areas and the communities that live in them represent the city’s history, tradition, heritage, culture, architecture and craftsmanship. To showcase to ... Read More »

Bagore Ki Haveli & Five Other Indian museums among Asia’s top 25

Udaipur : Five Indian museums feature among the top 25 in Asia, according to a leading travel planning and booking site Trip Advisor. Leh’s “Hall of Fame” has topped the India list as a “must-visit” place by travellers in a survey. The other top four most rated museums of India are ... Read More »