These are best described by someone informative as there are a lot to the pictures which is not easily seen or understood unless they are explained. While you think that the various people in the paintings are all individual, they are not. The pictures actually depict various time frames and tell a story. Most depict various festivals and pageantry. Udaipur is famous for its miniature paintings.
Range upon range of the Aravalli hills protect this impregnable fortress, the second most important citadel of Mewar. Surrounded by thirteen mountain peaks, guarded by seven great gates and seven ramparts, strengthened by rounded bastions and immense watchtowers, this mountain fortress has witnessed many battles. The winding road leads through deep ravines and thick forests to Arait Pol with its watch-tower, Hulla Pol, Hanuman Pol, Ram Pol, Bhairava Pol, Paghra Pol, Top-khana Pol and Nimboo Pol.
On top of the fort is the Badal Mahal Palace,It encloses beautiful rooms with pleasant colour schemes of green, turquoise and white, which provides a fascinating contrast to the raw, earthy and grim fortress. The palace was rebuilt by Rana Fateh Singh in the late 19th century. The legendary Maharana Pratap was born here.
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Car tour to Ranakpur & Kumbalgarh
I visited the Jain temple at Ranakpur and Kumbalgarh Fort as part of a day's car tour I hired with two Canadian girls from Udaipur. The tour cost us Rs1000, so it was Rs333 each which wasn't bad considering how far we travelled and how long it took. I did see some signs in Udaipur advertising a bus tour to both sights but when I enquired I was told that they were only during certain times of the year (I visited in early January). So it looks like the only option you have is to visit them by car.
City Palace Museum/Silehkhana
The main part of the city palace is now preserved as a museum displaying a large and diverse array of artefacts. Down steps from the entrance is the armoury museum exhibiting a huge collection of protective gear, weapons including the lethal two-pronged sword Krishna Vilas display a rich collection of miniature paintings.
Pretty temple with great detail in the center of town. Like most Indian temples, however, it has aggressive people who want to charge you for watching your shoes (since you can't wear them in). Here, they literally moved my shoes to their area so they could charge me. But that made me mad so I didn't pay.