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22 kms from the city is a temple complex of 108 temples enclosed by high walls. Built in 734 AD, the temples are dedicated to the royal deity Eklingji. The complex has been chiselled out of sandstone and marble. It has an ornate 'mandap' or pillared hall, the canopy of a huge pyramidical roof composed of hundereds of knots.

This ancient place in Mewar is famous for their intricate carvings of the graceful apsaras. 23 Kms from the city.

This place, 40 kms from Udaipur, has emence historical importance. It was at Haldigahti in 1576 AD that armies of Maharana Pratap and Mughal Emperor Akbar clashed. A chhatri with delicate white marble columns is dedicated to the indomitable hero and his loyal charger.

This temple is one the most celebrated Vaishnava shrines of Lord Krishna or Nathji. Thousands of pilgrims visit this shrine during the festivals. Foreigners are not allowed in the temple and photography is prohibited. It is located 48 kms from Udaipur.

Known as Dwarkadhish, this temple is an important Vaishnava temple and ranks very high among the temples of the Vallabhacharya. It is 65 kms from the city.

Kumbhalgarh Fort and Sanctuary
Kumbhalgarh fort was built by Maharana Kumbha in the 15th century. This is second most important fort in Rajasthan. The sanctury is famous for its fauna as the wolf, leopard, jackal and variety of birds.

Jaisamand lake
48 kms from the city, this artificial lake was built in 17th century by Maharana Jai Singh. The marble Chhatris along the embankment add grace to this second largest lake in Asia. On either sides of the lake were built the palaces for the favourite queens of the King. People of the Bhil tribe still inhabit the islands in Jaisamand lake.