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Udaipur, the former capital of Mewar, is a soothing feast for the eyes with its picturesque lakes and majestic palaces. Established by Maharana Udai Singh II in 1559, the city boasts the lavish lifestyle of the royals. Take a trip exploring the unique beauty in this city in the state of Rajasthan as we take you around sightseeing some of the city’s most magnificent spots. Jagdish Temple situated just outside the royal palace. The three-storey temple dates back to 1651 and is an example of architecture inspired by Hindu iconography.  The most unique feature of the City Palace of Udaipur is the fact that it was built over a period of 400 years. The architecture is thus an amalgamation of the contributions made by numerous rulers over the years. Situated on the eastern banks of Lake Pichola, the palace is majestic, the largest of its kind in Rajasthan. From the hilltop palace, one can get a scenic view of the lake along with the rest of the city. The trip to the city palace will conclude with a boat ride on Lake Pichola which is an artificial lake built in 1362 AD. Four quaint islands – Jag Niwas, Jag Mandir, Mohan Mandir and Arsi Vilas – adorn the lake. The famous Lake Palace, which finds its place in the list of the top luxurious hotels of the world, is situated on Jag Niwas. Get engrossed in the beauty of the lake as we float past these islands. Named after Maharana Sagar of Udaipur and Mewar, Fateh Sagar Lake is situated to the north-west of Udaipur city. Nehru Park, an island on the lake is a spot where one can unwind and spend some time. Monsoon Palace or Sajjan Garh palace – is perhaps one of the most beautiful and stately palaces of Rajasthan. It was built atop a hill overlooking the Fateh Sagar Lake by Maharana Sajjan Singh in 1884. Built to keep an eye on the monsoon clouds, the palace offers a panoramic view of the lake and surrounding areas. It is believed that the Maharana could spot his ancestral home – Chittaurgarh – from the palace. Udaipur is famous for its art. So when in Udaipur, use your evening to stroll around the thriving markets of the city and pick up souvenirs like miniature paintings, pichwai and phad paintings, pieces of folk art, Nagra slippers and juttis, puppets, camel leather goods, bandhani etc