Fort Dhariyawad

Address: Post Dhariyawad, Udaipur, Rajasthan, 313001, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Post Dhariyawad, Udaipur, is near Bagore Ki Haveli, Lake Fateh Sagar, Monsoon Palace, and Sashi's Cooking Classes.
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    Travel Blogs from Udaipur

    Raj lifestyle

    A travel blog entry by cockystravel on Apr 03, 2015

    ... and her girl friends used to meet. Then to the city palace. We saw about 1/4 of it as the rest is still lived in by the kings descendants.
    Finished the afternoon at the local Hari Krishna temple.
    Udaipur is a nice city and reasonably clean!
    Completed the day with a private boat ride around the lake including our table spread with flower petal and served afternoon tiffin. ...

    2 trains and a fort

    A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Feb 22, 2015

    10 photos

    ... by the workers who hadn’t seen a video call like that before, so they were all wanting to say Namaste to Clive and invite him over to visit! The manager organised an open-top jeep for us to ride back to the station, and we hopped on our train to Udaipur which was only a few hours away (although we sat next to 2 horribly spoilt kids the whole way!). Really good way to spend a day getting from A to B via a fort and the best hospitality/customer service we’ve had in India ...

    'Twas the night before Christmas...

    A travel blog entry by meva on Dec 24, 2014

    5 photos

    ... a well, women carrying baskets piled high with produce while their colourful saris swirl through the dust, and weather-beaten old men—as Laine commented “India does wizened old men like nowhere else”.

    Nearing Udaipur we stopped at an 11th Century Vishnu Temple, known as the mother-in-law temple. It was covered in ornately carved figures to represent different facets of the deity. It was quite awe-inspiring to walk amongst ...

    Sprint to the finish

    A travel blog entry by david_l_howe on Nov 19, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... their heads or in the fields. In a curious role reversal they are rarely seen in hotels or restaurants even for the more menial jobs.

    We have had every courtesy and friendliness extended to us by all who we meet, but there is often a commercial edge to any encounter .Whilst we are more than happy to do our bit to support local industries and trades we feel a sense of exploitation in being forever taken to workshops without ...

    Udaipur - Venice of east / Kashmir of Rajasthan!!

    A travel blog entry by ashwini_bhat on Sep 27, 2014

    4 comments, 35 photos

    ... used to seeing.. but man.. it's filling - may be it helps the rajasthani's cope better with the heat! After this we took a power nap and then headed to the city palace as the entry there closes by 4.30pm!

    5. City palace complex itself is quite big and the palace in itself is very big and beautiful. The colorful glass shuttered windows and the patterns made by the play of evening light on them and the innumerable patterned lattice windows is a thing of beauty! The palace ...