उदयपुर का इतिहास और प्रमुख जगह || Udaipur History and Tourist Places

उदयपुर का इतिहास और प्रमुख जगह || Udaipur History and Tourist Places

History and tourist place of Udaipur Udaipur, also called Mewar India was a princely state during the British era Mewar was founded around 530 AD And Chittorgarh was his first capital Later, it was eventually known primarily as its new capital, Udaipur When Udaipur Place Udaipur City joined the Indian Union in 1949 Till then, the Kshatriya Rajput and Sisodiya dynasty of the Mori Gahlot family ruled for 1400 years Hello friends welcome all of you in our channel HISTORY MYSTRY In which we give you a lot of interesting unsolved secrets Which is only available on our channel That’s why Subscribe to our channel And watch this video till the end So Friends, Let’s start City Palace Udaipur is a scenic spot situated on the Edge of Lake Pichola This palace was built by Maharana Uday Singh from 1559 AD Later Maharanao added this palace to it and made this place a unique palace This palace is the first door “Elephant Pol” to enter After that, through the “Big Pole”, it reaches “Tripoliya Gate”, which was built in 1725 AD First according to a custom ritual Before entering the entrance, Maharana was to be torn off with his gold silver Which was given to the general public After this, the Ganesh gate is in the City Palace Museum, the way the state leads to unknown This place has a royal courtyard Where the Maharana met Rishis, they used to discuss the city All the rooms of this palace are decorated with beautiful mirror tiles and paintings A beautiful collection of glass works in the Manak Mahal While Krishna Vilas is a collection of miniatures Beautiful glass is done in Moti Mahal And Chini mahal has ornaments inlaid in the floor tiles In Sun Chopra, there is a very large caste-based Sun, which represents the Sun lineage Thereby the Mewar dynasty was concerned Bardi Mahal is a garden with beautiful scenery of the city Janana Mahal is Beautiful paintings can be seen, Which opens in Lakshmi Chowk in the white courtyard Lake Palace Lake Palace is a luxury hotel in the east of Udaipur, with 83 rooms and suites made of white marble walls Lake Palace is built on an island in Pichola Lake and spread over 4 acres of area The speed boat is used to bring guests to this hotel It is counted as one of the most romantic hotels in India and the world Construction of Lake Palace Udaipur between 1743 to 1746 AD In the middle of 62 Maharana Jagat Singh second in Udaipur It was called the first jag nivaas on the name of its founder Jagat Singh This palace was built in the east due to the worship of the Hindu god Suryadev by the residents of here The ruler of this dynasty further started using it for summer resort The rooms above it remain curved, which are in the diameter of 21 feet Its floor is made of black and white marble, and the house is decorated with colorful stones in 1857 Many Europeans family in the Revolution He came away from Neemuch who gave shelter to the then Maharana Swaroop Singh To save his guests, all the incoming boats were destroyed in this palace So that the rebel can not reach this island This Lake Palace was used for filming many films Here in 1959, The Tiger of Eschnapur and The Indian Tomb were shot In 1983, a portion of James Bond’s film Octopussy was filmed in this Jal Mahal In 1984 the British TV series The Jewel in the Crown was filmed as the guest house of Nawab of this Miraat In 2001, for the first time in the Water Palace, “Yaadein” directed by Bollywood film Subhash Ghai was shot In which Hrithik Roshan and Kareena Kapoor were the main actors In 2006, The Fall was shot and some parts of the movie “Ye Jawani Hai Deewani” were seen in 2013 Jag Mandir Palace Jag Mandir Palace is a beautiful palace in the south of Pichola Lake This three-floor building is a palatial structure made of yellow stones and marble It was built Jag mandir in the 17th century Whom Maharana Karan Singh had used to hide the Khusra mantra Between 1620 to 1628 AD, Maharana Karan Singh was the ruler of Mewar And Shahzade Khurram had rebelled for the throne against his own father Jahangir Khurram ran away from Delhi to Udaipur due to fear, Whom Maharana Karan Singh gave asylum Gul palace is the main center of attraction in Jag Mandir Jag Mandir Where Sahajada khurram lived with his family Gul palace was built by Muslim architecture Which was constructed by looking at the choice of Khurram Given the religious purpose of Khurram, a mosque was built in this palace Another attraction of this palace is its courtyard, which has been built in a black and white tile Maharana Pratap Memorial Moti Magari is situated on the Edge of Fateh Sagar Lake Maharana Pratap, on top of this hill, is a bronze statue made on Chetak, his beloved horse It was built by Maharana Bhagwant Singh Mewar, which was ended with the help of the Public Trust Bronze idol of Bhilu Raja, which assists in the battle of Maharana Pratap on Moti Magri, has also been made Moti Mahal is only a short distance from the statue of Maharana Pratap Which was created by Maharana Uday Singh II who first came to Udaipur Maharana Uday Singh II, this place was created in the joy of the birth of Maharana Pratap Today this place is hosted in the light and sound show every evening In which the Mewar 900 years history is shown So friends, It was Udaipur History and Tourist Places Meet with the same interesting story in the next video If you want to give us feedback or suggestions related to your video or have any questions You can ask through a Comment Selection below Subscribe to our channel History Mystry And click the bell icon To first watch the videos related to interesting and unsolved secrets

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