Udaipur, located in the southernmost part of Rajasthan is a colorful city is full of captivating palaces, forts, temples, museums, galleries, and gardens for you to discover a new culture.
Visit the popular Fateh Sagar Lake and Garden and Sunset Point and see the beauty of Maharana Pratap Memorial and the holy grounds of Moteshwar Mahadev Temple.
Start your day in the "City of Lakes" through yoga, Learn and practice yoga in the correct manner by a deeply learned expert.
Yoga with hiking in the jungle of Udaipur where you can learn more about Surya Namaskar (Sun Salutation), asanas (yogic postures), and yogic breathing techniques.
Miniature painting is a style, which evolved and flourished in the royal courts of Rajasthan and each Rajput kingdom evolved a distinct style, but with certain common features.
The temple of Eklingji is a complex of 108 temples enclosed by high walls and is devoted to the presiding deity of the Maharanas of Mewar together with Nagda.
Drive to Ranakpur which is one of the five most important Jain pilgrimage sites of India and visit the Jain temples with Chaumukha Temple being the most popular one.
Start biking from Ambamata and arrive at the rural outskirts of Udaipur where you can interact with villagers of Morvania, Varda, Hawala and stop at Tiger Lake and Fatah Sagar Lake.
This experience is likely to make you feel as if you have somewhat traveled back in time to Udaipur from before to enrich your cultural experience in India.
Jal Sanjhi is an art that started in the era of Lord Krishna which his descendants continued. Variations of the art then appeared in Gokul and Mathura during Krishna era .