The venice of east, an opportunity worth exploring

The shimmering lakes, extravagant imperial palaces floating or perched on the fringes of these water pools, stunning scenery framed against the verdant aravallis and the rich 16th century history of udaipur have inspired poets and artists for centuries. A land that glitters with the tales of valour and undying pride of the famed maharanas of mewar (the sisodia clan of rajputs) and still echoes in its awe inspiring palaces, forts, landscape, folktales, art and craft and of course people!

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There Are Countless Unique Experiences To Be Had – The Millennium Old Temples Swarming With Devotees; The Labyrinth Of Narrow Lanes Bedecked With Stalls Of Rajputana Artistry Teeming With Natives, Their Vibrant Attire Contrasting Starkly Against The Deep Arid Hued Elephants And Camels; Architecture Resplendent With Decorative Pavilions And Domes, With Sprawling Courtyards, Their Interiors Embellished With Hand Crafted Frescoes And Mirror Work; Lush Gardens Dazzling With Reflection Pools And Gentle Rippling Fountains; The Magical Ferry Rideevoking A Feeling Euphoria On Seeing The Reflection Of The Palaces In The Glittering Waters..

Jag Mandir Island And Lake Palace Are The Two Undisputed Jewels On Lake Pichola, The Latter Completely Executed In Marble. The Grand City Palace, The Residence Of The Maharanas With Its Celebrated ‘Manek Chowk’ At The Banks Of The Lake, Housing A Museum With The Largest Collection Of Mewari Paintings; Richly Compliments The Rugged Monsoon Palace (Sajjan Garh) On The Cliff Above. Udaipur Is Also Legendary For Its Performing Arts, Puppetry, Jewellery Etched In Silver, Textiles And Paintings – All Of Which Heighten The Characteristic Mewar Aura. Such Is The Charm And Promise Of This Enchanted Land, It Has Touched The Hearts Of Many A Discerning Tourist, The World Over.

Udaipur an opportunity worth exploring…….

Udaipur is 5th most populous district out of total 33 districts in rajasthan & it is 118 most populous district in india.

Udaipur is a major education hub with 5 universities, 45 colleges, 150 schools and growing. It also has the prestigious indian institute of management (iim), accommodating more than 1,000 students

Udaipur has a consumer base of around 20 lacs (within 2 hours drive) waiting to be tapped. Udaipur has the highest per capita income in rajasthan. The per capita income of udaipur (rs 74,000/-) is higher than that of hyderabad, indore, bhopal, kanpur, etc.

Udaipur has one of the highest per capita car ownership rates in India

The city hosts 1.2 million tourists a year who spends on an average rs.1800 crore annually