Udaipur Sightseeing Tour
Here are some less known places to visit in Udaipur. You can enjoy these places on your Udaipur sightseeing tour package.
Less Known Places to Visit in Udaipur
You can add these places to visit in Udaipur and plan to experience something new. To find out about these secret places to visit.
Museum in Udaipur of Vintage Classic Cars
Located in the old garage, there are 22 vehicles, such as a 1938 seven-seater Cadillac; 1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom, which was used in Wayne Connection’s well-known film, Octopussy; and the Ferrari sports convertible which took the King Age II to the Manchester International Terminal in 1961. This collection is located ten or twenty meters away from City Structure and is indeed one of the best destinations for traveling in Udaipur.
Beautiful Hindu temple: Shri Ekling Ji Temple
The stories of Rajputana are not only about heroism and bravery. They also had great faith in their God or Goddess of their family. Lord Shiva is the god of the Mewar Dynasty family in the form of Shri Ekling Ji. The kings of the Mewar Dynasty reigned only as a representative of Shri Ekling Ji. This temple is 1300 years old and is made of marble. The temple is very large and magnificent in its design and perfect in its workmanship. Hindu pilgrims come here from afar throughout the year to worship Lord Shri Ekling Ji.
Battle of Haldighati
The Battle of Haldighati is an important battle in Indian history, which wrote a new chapter in the history of Rajputana. Maharana Pratap never accepted the subordination of Mughal Emperor Akbar and bravely fought with the Mughal army on the battlefield of Haldighati. The Haldighati region is also famous for the cultivation of Chaitra Roses (a type of rose). These roses are used in the production of rose water, rose syrup, and perfumes and today these products are famous all over the world.
Chaturmukha Dharana Vihara or Ranakpur Jain Temple
Between the splendid palaces and formidable forts of Rajasthan, the Jain Temple of Ranakpur always attracts people’s attention with its entire splendor. Built-in the 15th century, this temple is located in a place that looks neither like a town nor a village and surrounded by the Aravali hills and dense forests. About 1000 carved pillars of this temple are beautiful pieces of craftsmanship on the white marble stones.