Udaipur fondly called as the ‘city of lakes’ is a part of Rajasthan state. The city is placed in the southernmost region of Rajasthan near the Gujarat border. Udaipur city is bounded by Aravalli range which isolates this from the Thar Desert. Udaipur is located nearly in the middle of two major Indian cities such as Delhi and Mumbai. Throughout the years, the city has been hailed as the most romantic spot on the continent of India. The extensive presence of alluring lakes makes the city more romantic and popular. As the city exhibits the finer culture, tradition, spectacular landscapes, and archaic buildings, it is still being a major tourist attraction in India.
The highly impressive lakes in the city of Udaipur include Fateh Sagar Lake, Lake Pichola, Swaroop Sagar Lake, Rangsagar, and Doodh Dalai Lake. Udaipur is well-regarded for boasting historic forts and palaces, museums, galleries, natural landscapes, gardens, antique temples, and rich festivals. Udaipur is gradually growing as an educational centre where the highly esteemed institution called IIM Udaipur is located. The city holds sound historical values besides its charm. The major source of economy is derived from selling handicrafts, tourism, metals and minerals industry, electronics design and manufacturing, and agriculture. The captivating places in Udaipur include City Palace, Lake Palace, Jag Mandir, Monsoon Palace, Moti Magri, Pratap Park, and many more.
The city once acted as a capital for Mewar kingdom. The city of Udaipur was established back in 1558 by Udai Singh II of the Sisodia clan of Rajput. The important lakes of the city maintain the groundwater recharge, fulfils the demand for drinking, agriculture, industries, and so on. The city is well-known for its vibrant culture from the past ages. The city of Udaipur is excellent in preserving traditional values while also keeping pace with modern advancements. The lively and colourful dances like Bhavai, Ghoomar, Kalbeliya, Kachchhi Ghodi, and Terahtaali enhance the already enthralling culture of Udaipur.