Eklingji is a small town famous for its temples. The Eklingji Temple is dedicated to Shiva, who is regarded to be the guardian deity of the Mewar. The deity was regarded as the virtual ruler by the Maharajas of Mewar who considered themselves to be the regents (dewans) under Eklingji.

Haldighati is a historical place that has now become a symbol of courage and bravery. It hosted the legendary war between Rana Pratap and Akbar in 1576. Haldighati is situated at a distance of around 60 km from Udaipur.

Jaisamand Lake
With an area of 15 km by 10 km, it is a vast artificial lake situated at a distance of around 52 km southeast of Udaipur. The lake is surrounded by the summer palaces of the Ranis of Udaipur dating back to 17th centuries. The main attractions here are Hawa Mahal and Ruti Rani palaces.

Though little known, Kumbhalgarh has one of the finest examples of defensive fortifications in entire Rajasthan. There is a palace and several temples that are worth visiting. In addition, a stroll along the walls of the fort gives great panoramic views. Kumbhalgarh is a must visit for anyone looking forward to experience the best of Rajasthani fort architecture.
The Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is situated to the west of the fort. The sanctuary has enabled the endangered wolf to breed and support besides providing shelter to the leopard, sloth, chowsingha, sambhar, hyena, flying squirrel, crocodiles, and a good number of bird species. Kumbhalgarh is situated at a distance of around 63 km from Udaipur.

Nathdwara, 48 kilometres from Udaipur, is an important Hindu pilgrim centre. It is also famous for nurturing the glorious tradition of Pichwal paintings.

Rajsamand Lake
The lake is situated 56 km north of Udaipur on National highway 8 at Kankroli. A vast expanse of water, the lake was the result of a dam constructed on the Gomati River.
Mamta Resorts
Ekling Road, N.H.8, Village : Chirva
Udaipur (Rajasthan) INDIA.
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