Hotel Krishna Niwas

34-35 Lal Ghat, Udaipur, India
Hotel Krishna Niwas
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A Real Local Bazaar

by keeweechic

After an exhausting attempt to explain that I wasn't interested in being the typical tourist and shopping, my rickshaw driver finally suggested he take me to Bapu Bazaar. Having no idea, I hoped I had made myself clear and off we went. Now this was what I was looking for. Not a tourist in sight. Bapu Bazaar was a maze of lanes and little streets leading onto a main road. There were all sorts of vendors selling everything a household would be looking for. The only thing I was interested in buying was another inexpensive bag to replace the one I was carrying. The strap was breaking fast and I needed a replacement. I found a tiny store and there were no end of bags brought out for me trying to meet the criteria of what I wanted. Finally, success.. and a really good bargain as well. Language was no problem at all.

Ranakpur temple: Exterior

by hydronetta

Ranakpur temple lies 90 km NW of Udaipur, is a must to see (if you have no time to go to Mount Abu) and can be easily visited on your way to Jodhpur.
It is one of the five holy places of the Jain faith.
Surprisingly the simple exterior of the temple contrasts with the exquisite carvings inside. As I read this symbolizes the Jain belief in the insignificance of outward and the importance of a richer inner life.

Decorated Dome and Details at Ranakpur

by atufft

In the central part of the main building, the three floors and upper dome can be seen. On the exterior, the window details are a constant wonder of detailed workmanship. In a side alcove, the tirthankers are symbolized in statue form for the appreciation of believers. There is also several other sacred artwork of considerable detail, and of course there's always another incredible column to appreciate as art. Outside, monkey agressively solicit food donations from tourists. Unaware of their speed, Belinda lost her sandwich to a monkey that surprised and snatched her lunch.

City Palace - museum & hotel

by josephescu

The main part of the palace is now preserved as a museum, whose rooms are superbly decorated with mirror tiles and paintings, displaying a large and diverse array of antique articles, paintings, decorative furniture and utensils, an armoury museum exhibiting a huge collection of protective gear and weapons including the lethal two-pronged swords.
There is a Suraj Gokhda (the balcony of sun), where the maharanas of Mewar presented themselves in the times of trouble to the people to restore confidence. The Mor-chowk (Peacock courtyard), gets its name from the vivid mosaics in glass decorating its walls. The chini chitrashala is noteworthy while a series of wall paintings of Krishna are on display in Bhim Vilas. There are numerous other palaces such as Dilkhush mahal, Sheesh mahal, Moti mahal and Krishna vilas - in memory of a princess of striking beauty who poisoned herself to avert a bloody battle for her hand by rival princess.

Inside a separate enclosure, entered from the South, there are other opulent complexes - the Shiv Niwas and Fateh prakash Palaces, which are now run as lavishly luxury hotels. The Sunset view terrace and gallery restaurants, the crystal gallery and the boat wharves for trips to Jagmandir and the Lake Palace.

Jagdish Temple

by lynnehamman

The Flower stalls outside the temple are a blaze of colour.

The temple is crowded, with worshippers and tourists, all day long. It was built in 1651 by Maharajah Jagat Singh. Inside is a carved black statue of stone, in the image of Vishnu. The sound of the bell, announcing yet another visitor, clangs every few seconds, and the smell of incense fills the air. Its well worth a visit, being on the way to the Palace. Shoes have to be left outside, where they are looked after, for just a few rupees.


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Address: 34-35 Lal Ghat, Udaipur, India