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Udaipur - Kumbhalgarh - Chittorgarh
The Spectral Entrada
Rajasthan's Mewar region encompasses dramatic hills, shimmering lakes, deep valleys and much more. It is a Land rich in royal heritage, with romantic water palaces, historic hilltop forts and beautiful gardens. Explore the beautiful region with its rich cultural heritage, visit its numerous picturesque villages and you will discover that the charm of Mewar is undoubtedly unique.
The city of lakes-Udaipur is most romantic city on this earth. Udaipur was established by Maharaja Udai Singh. The heritage city includes Palaces and five beautiful lakes. The interesting places are The city Palace complex which incorporates Darbar Hall, Fateh Prakash Palace and Shiv Niwas Palace. Other place are Shilpgram, Lake Palace, Jag Mandir, Jagdish Temple, Sajjangarh, Sahelioon ki Bari, Lok Kala Mandal, Ahar Village Museum, Eklingji Temple and above all the beautiful Lake Pichola & Fateh Sagar Lake.
Travel to the west of chittaurgarh to reach the second most important bastion of Mewar- Kumbhalgarh. Covering an area of 12 sq. Km this formidable fort fell only once to the army of Akbar and that too becasue the water supply was contaminated by the enemy forces. Even today, it is one of the most inaccessible forts of Rajasthan and reached with great difficulty. It served as a refuge to the rulers of Mewar in times of strife and contained within its ramparts alomst an entire township .
The massive hilltop fort of Chittorgarh is one of the most historically significant in Rajasthan and epitomises the whole romantic, doomed ideal of Rajput chivalry. Three times in its long history, Chittor was sacked by a stronger enemy and, on each occasion, the end came in textbook Rajput fashion: Jauhar was declared in the face of impossible odds. The men donned the saffron robes of martyrdom and rode out from the fort to certain death, while the women immolated themselves on a huge funeral pyre. Honour was always more important than death and Chittor still holds a special place in the hearts of many Rajputs.The only real reason to come to Chittor is to see the fort.