Udaipur, commonly known as the ‘Venice of the East’ or the ‘city of Lakes’, or the ‘Kashmir of Rajasthan’ is a real paradise in India with intricate temples,old mansions, beautiful gardens,grand palaces and expensive lakes. It was once the capital of the kingdom of Mewar. The City Palace leaves the tourists spellbound when they visit here. The places of the historical importance here carries the stylish & decorative techniques of Mughal Empire. The narrow lanes of old Udaipur are really fascinating to explore.
The scenic beauty of the city is like a picture and the city is really a cool city where lakes are extraordinary. UdaiSagar, Pichola, Fateh Sagar, and Swaroop Sagar are considered as the most beautiful lakes not only for Udaipur but also for Rajasthan. Boating is an excellent in these lakes. The city is well linked with the rest part of Rajasthan as well as with the country. The immense beauty of nature turns you mad when you visit the places like Kumbhalgarh, Chittorgarh Fort.
Udaipur is an attractive tourist destination, and the city is famous for its rich history & culture, extraordinary scenic locations and above all of the Rajput-era palaces. Udaipur is the most popular location in Rajasthan for galleries, historic palace forts, museums, gardens, architectural temples and also for the traditional fairs & festivals. Natural stones & handicraft, tourism and rich minerals are the major source of income.
The city is the place for important offices like Director of Mines and Geology, Commissioner of Tribal Area Development, Commissioner of Excise, Rajasthan State Mines and Mineral Corporation Limited and Hindustan Zinc Limited.
Udaipur hosts several state and regional public offices, including offices of Director of Mines and Geology, Commissioner of Excise, Commissioner of Tribal Area Development, Hindustan Zinc Limited, and Rajasthan State Mines and Mineral Corporation Limited. Besides, Udaipur is also a rising educational hub, with more than 160 high schools, 5 Universities &14 colleges.