Jagat Retreat

Address: Near Kodiyat Forest Chowki, Udaipur, Rajasthan, 313031, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Near Kodiyat Forest Chowki, Udaipur.
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        Travel Blogs from Udaipur

        Escape to the country by night bus

        A travel blog entry by roaminallover on Oct 25, 2015

        10 photos

        ... we got outside. Instead we discovered the samosa, pakora, and other nibbles were served up on a plate complete with pickles and chutneys. After leaving the mall suitably refreshed we both had the same idea"let's try out the Metro". The Mumbai metro is only active in the area around the airport area at present although new lines are in the pipeline. In contrast to all the other metros we know this one is more of a monorail. It's more expensive than the train, ...

        City of Lakes- Perfect Retreat for a Long Weekend

        A travel blog entry by onmytoes on Aug 06, 2015

        ... br> Mewar Festival or Gangaur

        The festival of Gangaur or Mewar is celebrated to welcome spring and it is significant for Rajasthani woman- who in their best festival dress carry the image of Isar or Gangaur through the city till Gangaur ghat of Lake Pichola. The procession is accompanied by traditional songs, dance and fascinating fireworks.


        Teej is celebrated for welcoming monsoon in the months of July and August. ...


        A travel blog entry by anand.kumar on Mar 08, 2015

        30 photos

        ... is built the Lake Palace.

      • Jag Mandir, with the palace of the same name.
      • Mohan Mandir, from where the king would watch the annual Gangaur festival celebration.
      • Arsi Vilas, small island which was an ammunition ...

      • The Art of Udaipur

        A travel blog entry by mikeandsheila on Feb 08, 2015

        1 comment, 29 photos

        ... begins at 5.30am with distant Hindu chanting followed by the haunting Muslin call to prayer. As the town wakes up, brush sellers ring bells, beggars and buskers take up position on the footbridge and the occasional but ever present hoot of motorbike horns sound from the main roads. There's no shortage of accommodation or restaurants here, particularly as the tourist numbers are down this year. For the first two days we notice few other visitors, though that suddenly ...

        Day 16 Jodhpur to Udaipur

        A travel blog entry by johnners77 on Jan 19, 2015

        1 comment, 13 photos

        ... headed out to the terrace for pre-dinner cocktails before dinner on the top deck. Fantastically indulgent meal, impeccably cooked and served, but it would have been a crime, in this setting, to have gone for anything else. Looking forward to our City Palace tour tomorrow (lazy 1030 start) before returning for more indulgence!! Still strange it's just the two of us out here, and not with our girls; we often reflect on the fact that we are following in their ...