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Club Mahindra Udaipur

Majestic and imposing, Club mahindra Udaipur is a place where royalty and heritage merge to celebrate the unique magic of Udaipur. The tranquil resort flaunts a prestine surrounding that is balm to the body, mind and soul. The heady effect of the weather combined with the peaceful stillness of the surroundings and an expanse of green inspires a relaxation that is bliss. Perfect blend of old world charm and contemporary comfort, Club Mahindra Udaipur is a testimony to the rich culture and heritage of the Rajputs. Peopled by experienced staff, Club mahindra Udaipur will soon become your home away from home. 

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Activities at Club Mahindra Udaipur

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  • Udaipur - A charming world of palaces and princesses by Priya Fonseca

    Udaipur is a true fairytale city with its palaces, narrow streets, rooftop cafes, crystal museum, and lakes. The City Palace is a must on the sightseeing agenda – Maharana Arvind Singh and his family truly keep the old world charm alive with all its pomp, glitter and grandeur. The Crystal Gallery, at The Fateh Prakash Palace has the most exciting collection of crystal treasures.

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  • Udaipur - An ethnic enchantress by Renuka Singh

    A beautiful blend of tradition and class – that’s Udaipur. There’s a haunting rawness behind the obvious royalty of Rajasthan. People are affectionate, welcoming, and their feel-at-home quality embraces you instantly. The more you seek this beautiful place, the more amazed you will be. There isn’t a doubt about the fact that the city of lakes has the key to a true-blue traveler’s heart.

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Sight Seeing

1. Bagore ki Haveli

A trip back in time is up on offer at Bagore ki Haveli, an old haveli converted to a museum. One can imagine a lifestyle set during the reign of the Rajputs; how they lived, what they used, the private quarters of royalty, among other things. It is an enchanting journey.

2. City Palace

A place steeped in legend, on the east bank of Lake Pichola lie a series of palaces built at different times from 1559. Each balcony offers stunning views and its own stories. Some of the palaces are Dilkhushi Mahal, Sheesh Mahal, Moti Mahal and then there is Krishna Vilas, which folklore says was built in memory of a princess of such striking beauty, that she poisoned herself to avert a bloody battle for her hand by rival princes. Truly a charming visit.

3. Gulab Bagh and Zoo

Gulab Bagh, the rose garden, adorns the east side of Lake Pichhola. Within its grand walls is housed a library with a magnificent collection of ancient handwritten manuscripts and books. One will also meet tigers, leopards, the chinkara gazelle, birds, and many other wild animals at the zoo within the garden. A mini train takes children on a ride through a track that goes through the main part of the garden and the zoo.

4. Jag Mandir

A refuge for Shah Jahan when he had revolted against his father, this palace is a stunning edifice of Yellowstone and marble built in the 17th century and situated on the South Bank of Lake Pichola. One can take in the saga of this place at the museum where it is all preserved. One of the stunning features of the palace is the mesmerizing sight of 8 elephants that look like they are guarding the palace. Delectable snacks can be enjoyed at the Darikhana restaurant, which serves amazing Rajasthan cuisine

5. Monsoon Palace

Created and originally owned by the Mewar family with the sole purpose of observing monsoon clouds, the palace is appropriately called the Monsoon Palace and also known as the Sajjan Garh Palace. Now owned by the Forest Department, it is open to the public. Its history as the summer resort of the Maharajas, atop a hill that offers a panoramic view of the city's lakes, palaces, and countryside is the stuff of poetry. It is also recognized for a more modern reason – as the as the residence of the Prince in exile - Kamal Khan in the James Bond movie Octopussy!

6. Nehru Garden

Spread across a serene 4 acres of flower gardens, a lily pond and water fountains resembling those in the Brindavan Garden in Mysore, this park finds its home in the middle of Fateh Sagar Lake. The garden overlooks the ancient Moti Mahal of Maharana Pratap and provides a splendid view of the Aravalli Hills. A floating restaurant in a boat located in the garden only adds to the rustic charm of this place. A must visit.

7. Udaipur Solar Observatory

Asia's only solar observatory, the Udaipur Solar Observatory borrows it inspiration from the Solar Observatory in Big Bear, California. Its location on an island in the middle of Lake Fateh Sagar, coupled with Udaipur’s clear skies, make it idyllic for solar observations.

8. Sukhadia Circle

Sukhadia Circle is a majestic roundabout with a three-tiered fountain and a structure representing prosperity. Located in the city's northern suburb of Panchwati, on the road to Ranakpur and Mount Abu, it is a popular recreational centre and meeting place.

9. Shilpgram

About 3 kilometres from Udaipur and covering 70 acres, Shilpgram literally means craftsman’s village. This resplendent rural arts and crafts complex has been conceived as a living museum showcasing the lifestyle of the folk and tribal people of the West Zone. It hosts an annual crafts fair, which is one of the biggest in India. A must visit that will bring you in contact with people from different states of India and showcasing their art and crafts.

10. Maharana Pratap Memorial

Built by the Maharana Bhagat Singh Mewar, the Maharana Pratap Memorial stands atop Pearl Hill or Moti Magri and overlooks the Fateh Sagar Lake. A bronze statue of Rajput hero Maharana Pratap astride his favorite horse "Chetak" is a main attraction. An entertaining and enlightening Light & Sound show gives one and all a peek into the hero’s life.

11. Jagdish Temple

The Jagdish Temple was built by Maharana Jagat Singh the First in the 17th Century. It is a shining example of Indo Aryan architecture and the largest temple in Udaipur dedicated to Lord Laxmi Narayan. This architectural marvel of exquisitely carved pillars, painted walls and lush halls is a visual treat for many. The idol of Lord Vishnu carved from a single black stone is a truly celestial sight.

12. Lake Pichola

Originally built by Maharana Udai Singh II, the scenic 4 kilometre long and 3 kilometre wide Lake Pichola consists of two islands, the Jag Niwas and the Jag Mandir. The bathing and washing ghats can be approached through boats from the City Palace of Udaipur (Bansi Ghat). It is a fairly shallow lake even during heavy rains, and gets dry easily in times of severe drought. But the vista it has to offer is unrivalled.

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