City Palace, Udaipur is a beautiful place to explore and see the beautiful rajasthani architecture.
The beautiful City Palace features a great blend of the Mughal and Rajasthani architecture. It is set at a backdrop which offers an opportunity to have an aerial view of the entire city. The palace leaves every visitor spellbound with its domes, courtyards, corridors, rooms, pavilions, towers, and hanging gardens. This palace has Bara pol (big gates) on entering through this you can see beautiful fountains and garden.
1) Entrance and Torans
The main entrance to the Udaipur City Palace Complex is known as Badi Pol. After passing through the entrance, you'll find yourself in a courtyard.
2) Manek Chowk
Manek Chowk is perhaps the most recognizable feature of the Udaipur City Palace Museum. This huge grassy courtyard fronts the main entrance to the Mardana Mahal, Palace of Kings.
After walking through the entrance to the Palace of Kings and Udaipur City Palace Museum, the Assembly Hall opens to Ganesh Chowk.
At the east end, you'll find Ganesh Deodhi -- an ornate idol of Lord Ganesh, the remover of obstacles and Lord of success.
The idol, sculptured from marble, was made by Rana Karan Singhji in 1620. The fine glass inlay work around it is absolutely superb. From here, the staircase climbs upwards to Rajya Angan, the royal courtyard.
Inside the Rajya Angan (royal courtyard) of the Udaipur City Palace Complex is a gallery devoted to the legendary warrior Maharana Pratap and his horse Chetak.
The gallery displays the original armor and weapons used by Maharana Pratap and Chetak during the great battle of Haldi Ghati in 1576, between the Rajputs and Mughals.
Badi Mahal, known as the Garden Palace, is the highest point in the Udaipur City Palace Museum.
Ever shining grandeur of Rajputana. Construction of City Palace of Udaipur in 1553 and continued over a period of 400 years. It was built on a small hilltop in Aravali mountain range and overlooks the beautiful lake Pichola.
With the contribution of several rulers, built over a period of 400 years, Udaipur’s City Palace is a heritage of Mewar Dynasty. It was when Maharana Udai Singh shifted his seat of power from Chittorgarh to Udaipur due to subsequent wars with Mughals. This beautiful attraction is situated on the banks of Pichola Lake. 🤍
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Greetings on the occasion of Ram Navami from The City Palace of Jaipur.
The divine couple, Rama and Sita are seated on a chowki or a low platform, resting against a large bolster.
The couple is under a golden chhatra, which is a mark of royalty. Rama is the ideal god-king.
On the back of the painting, an inscription mentions 'maaji shri rathore', which indicates that it may have been commissioned by one of the queens during the reign of Sawai Madho Singh I (r. 1750-1768)
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