City Palace of Udaipur, situated peacefully at the banks of Lake Pichola, is an architectural wonder of Rajasthan. This magnificent city palace is Udaipur’s most prominent tourist attraction and is also known as Rajasthan’s largest palace complex. Maharana Udai Singh originally designed this wonderful thing, but his successors added the present form of the palace.
The City Palace has 11 magnificent palaces built by the various rulers that are all identical. You will be fascinated by the stunning view of the exclusive works of these palaces with antique fittings and beautiful glass mirrors & decoration. There are figures of crystal and porcelain in the Manak Mahal (Ruby Palace). Nevertheless, Bhim Vilas exquisitely displays the true stories of Radha-Krishna in a series of miniature paintings.
In 1974 a museum was transformed and the ‘Zenana Mahal’ (Ladies Chamber) became part of the City Palace. The museum is publicly accessible and we discussed it in our other museum section. Some striking works can be found on ‘Zenana Mahal,’ leading to Lakshmi Chowk. The stunning White Pavilion’s ‘Lakshmi Chowk.’ The tower and patio of ‘Amar Vilas,’ where you can enjoy a stunning view to Pichola Lake, are the most captivating panorama in the city palace.