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City Palace, Udaipur

City Palace Udaipur Maharana Udai Singh was the founder of the city palace, Udaipur which was the destination to be one of the largest palaces all over the world as well as a prime tourist attraction of the Lake City of Udaipur. The foundation that was set down by Udai Singh was followed by his descendants, which have left the mark of centuries of structure styles resulted on the city palace, Udaipur which was visited by one in today's time. City Palace , Udaipur has a variety of gates include Hati Pol, the Elephant Gate, the Big Gate, Tripolia Gate and Triple Gate.

City Palace , Udaipur is created in styles influenced by both Rajput and Chinese styles of architecture, is ornamented with gardens, fountains and palaces that have maintained their feel of royal pride and cultural synchronization over the years, gripping visitors from all over the globe in the present day. The oldest part of the palace is the Raj Aangan or the Royal Courtyard which was constructed just about 16 th century. Maybe the most inscrutable part of the palace is the Krishna Vilas, the room created in memory of the princess Krishna Kumari who committed suicide in exceptionally tragic circumstances. It is said that Krishna Kumari still haunts the palace, constructed in her memory by her father. The Mor Chawk is the peacock square and increases its name from the bright blue mosaic in glass of a peacock that decorates its walls.

The rooms of the City Palace , Udaipur are splendid ornamented with mirror tiles as well as paintings. Manak Mahal or the Ruby Palace has a good-looking set of glass and mirror work while Krishna Vilas shows a rich collection of miniature paintings. Moti Mahal or the pearl palace has stunnming mirror work and the Chini Mahal has ornamental tiles all over. The Surya Chopar or the sun square represents a huge ornamental sun symbolizing the sun dynasty to which the Mewar dynasty belongs. The Bari Mahal is a central garden with sight of the city. Some more stunning g paintings can be watched in the Zenana Mahal or the ladies chamber, which leads to Lakshmi Chowk a gorgeous white pavilion.

There are some prime attraction of the palace include Fateh Prakash Palace, Choti Chitra, Shali(A Royal Room), Dil Khusal Mahal, Chandra Mahal, The Karan Vilas-A Government Museum. Furthermore, Jagdeesh Temple , The Lake Palace, Ahar, Pichhola Lake , Fateh Sagar, Sahelion ki Bari and Gulab Bagh are the surrounded attraction of the palace.

 
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