Pichola Lake is one of the biggest and earliest lakes in Udaipur. The name of the lake is derived from the name of the village Picholi which is located close by. There are four islands situated on the lake such as Jag Mandir, Arsi Vilas, Mohan Mandir and Jag Niwas.
Ranakpur Temple was named after the widely known emperor of Mewar, Rana Kumbha. The temple is one of the five most notable Jain shrines in the country. The main passage of the temple comprises of 24 towered halls that have eighty domes. The domes stand on four hundred pillars. There are about more than 1444 marble columns that are adorned with complex sculptures. You will be enchanted with the graven nymphs playing flutes in various dance positions that stand at a height of 45 ft.
One another attraction is an attractive marble piece which consists of 108 snake heads and several tails inscribed into it. The tails are carved with such elaborateness that it is virtually impossible to discover the ends of all the tails. Besides, one another incredible fact concerning these pillars is that the colour of the pillars switches from golden to light blue when the light casts on them.
India Holiday Mall offers attractive tourist locations to visit. A visit to Udaipur allows you a chance to experience the royalty and brilliance of the era of rajas and maharajas. Take a journey to Udaipur, Rajasthan and grace your holidays with enduring memories.