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"Tourism in Mewar with VNV Tours"
Located in the western part of the country, Rajasthan is renowned for its royal past and famed art and
culture. With breathtaking attractions, the state allures travelers from all parts of the world. From
legendary forts to National parks and pre-historic buildings, the tour offers great sightseeing options to
all the travelers. In this tour, we take you to major cities of Rajasthan namely- Chittorgarh, Udaipur and
Mt. Abu, Kumbalgarh, Ranakpur, Eklingji, Jaisamand, Nathdwara, Sanwaliya ji temple.

#Udaipur
The highlight of this trip is Udaipur – The City of Lakes. It is often referred to as the “Venice of the
East. No wonder it hosts many of the popular weddings worldwide. One can visit the City Palace
complex, the Lake Palace and the nearby Jagdish Mandir. Other important places include Dood Ki Talaai,
Lake Pichola, Fateh Sagar Lake (near the City Palace) and Golab Bagh. When in Udaipur, do not miss the
boating in Lake Pichola. You can spend the evenings shopping in handicraft shops and local markets. Of
course you need one full day for Udaipur and Night stay at Udaipur.

#Chittaurgarh and Nathdwara
Chittaurgarh is a 2 hr drive from Udaipur. Incidentally Chittaurgarh is Asia’s second largest fort. There
are plenty of places to visit inside the Chittaurgarh fort including Rani Padmini Jauhar, Meera Mandir,
Adinath Temple, Vijay Stambh, Rani Padmini Palace and Mrig Van, Kali Mata Mandir and Kirti
Stambh/Jain Temple.
Nathdwara has the idol of 7 yr old Krishna and is often referred to as Srinathji. The water for purification
in the temple comes all the way from Mathura as the idol belongs to Mathura. Nathdwara reminded me
of Mathura – the birthplace of Lord Krishna.

#Kumbhalgarh & Ranakpur

Kumbhalgarh is a place where you will realise why India is Incredible when you visit it. One of the
almost inaccessible places in those times, Kumbhalgarh was the secret base for Chittaurgarh. It is named
after Rana Kumbha. This is also the birthplace of Maharana Pratap. It is said that Kumbhalgarh, the base
camp was used to warfare through the mountain ranges – as there were no airplanes way back then –
no one could locate the Kumbhalgarh fort amidst the mountain ranges. The fort is just spectacular – you
really can’t describe it in words but that’s one place you must really visit.
Ranakpur is one of the holiest places for the Jains and it is known for its spectacular Jain temple. The
Main Temple has 1444 pillars including a stambha named after Rana Kumbha. The stambha fell many
times during its construction and is 15 feet high. It is believed to be a sign of good luck for the people
who visit there. The jain temple has 4 idols which are exactly the same in all the 4 directions, so that
anyone could see it, from anywhere. The temple has 1 pillar which is slanting and is lit by traditional
lamps.

#Mount Abu & Haldighati
Mount Abu is the only hill station in Rajasthan. Well known for its intricate carvings in the Dilwara
temples, Mount Abu is located along the Arbuda Hills of the Aravalli Range. The places to visit in Mount
Abu are Sunset Point, Arbuda Devi Temple, Honeymoon Point, Ganesh Temple and Dilwara Temple
Complex. Guru Shikhar is the highest point in Mount Abu and Dattatreya Temple is located on top of it.
The feet of the Dattatreya Idol is top of Guru Shikar making it the highest place in Mount Abu. Boating
can be done at the Nakki Lake which is an artificial lake.

Haldighati is the place where the famous battle between Maharana Pratap and Man Singh was fought.
Haldighati is called so as the rock contain a colored liquid which looks like haldi. Maharana Pratap lost
the battle but escaped due to his swift white Arab horse – Chetak. Haldighati has Chetak Samadhi –
which died in the arms of Maharana Pratap. Maharana Pratap ruled only for 4 years and spent the life in
the forest.

Conclusion
Udaipur is full of surprises, so do not consider this list the gist of the city. There is still much left that you
can discover on your own in this gorgeous city but for that you have to visit this place. Make sure you
book a Udaipur Taxi Services.
VNV tours and travels, is a trusted name in the field of tours and travels. Whether to Rent Car in
Udaipur, book a holiday package tour, Udaipur siteseeing or booking a hotel in udaipur, VNV has vast
experience in providing such services backed by strong and enthusiastic team members.
If you come in Udaipur, Rajasthan then Vnvtours gives you Taxi Services in Udaipur at cheapest rates. It
provides many services like: Udaipur Tour Operator, Udaipur Tourist Places & Udaipur Sightseeing Tour
Packages.

Contact Us:
Mobile: +91 967 278 5555
Web: http://www.vnvtours.com/
Mail: info@vnvtours.com


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