Saas Bahu Temples


Although partially crumbling into ruin, these temples, dedicated to Vishnu, feature fine, intricate carvings, including a number of erotic figures.

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1. Jain Temple of Adbudji

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Despite damage at the hands of the Mughals, this temple remains very fine, and contains a 15th-century black-marble idol of tirthankar (great Jain teacher…

2. Eklingji Temple Complex

1.31 MILES

According to legend, the main building in this grand complex of 108 temples was originally built in the 8th century by the early Mewar king Bappa Rawal,…

3. Shilpgram

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A crafts village west of Fateh Sagar, Shilpgram was inaugurated by Rajiv Gandhi in 1989. Set in dusty, rolling countryside, it’s contrived, but remains…

4. Saheliyon-ki-Bari

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In the north of the city, about 3km from Lal Ghat, the Saheliyon-ki-Bari was built by Sangram Singh II in 1710. This small, quaint ornamental garden was…

5. Moti Magri

9.43 MILES

This hill park overlooking Fateh Sagar is topped by a statue of the Rajput hero Maharana Pratap and his beloved horse Chetak, who together defied the…

6. Bhartiya Lok Kala Museum

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This private folk-art museum, with an uncannily Dalek-like entrance tower, exhibits dresses, tribal jewellery, turbans, dolls, masks, musical instruments,…

7. Royal Cremation Ground


About 3km east of the old city, at Ahar, is Udaipur’s royal cremation ground, with 372 cenotaphs of maharanas and queens of Mewar forming a spectacular…

8. Ahar Government Museum

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Just 150m along the road from the royal cremation ground, the Ahar Government Museum contains copper and pottery objects more than 3300 years old, plus…