History of Jag Mandir Udaipur Rajasthan The mysterious Pichola Lake, which falls in Udaipur, glows with blue crystals. There are two palaces in this lake

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Jag Mandir situated in Pichola Lake on the other side Taj Lake Palace

The mysterious Pichola Lake which has two islands and beautiful palaces are built on both. A palace on which today Jagat Mandir which is famous today as Jag Mandir. The second palace is a luxury hotel in the form of Taj Lake Palace. Which was bought and made by the Tata Group in 1963.

 

 

History of Lake Pichola

Lake Pichola was built by a Bichhchhu Chidimar at the end of the fourteenth century during the time of Rana Lakha. Later Maharana Udaisingh II expanded it.

 

 

History of Jag Mandir Udaipur Rajasthan

The mysterious PicholaLake, which falls in Udaipur, glows with blue crystals. There are two palaces in this lake. One of which is the palace Jag Mandir, whose construction work was started by Karan Singh in his time in 1628and the work of Jagat Mandir was completed in 1652 by Jagatsingh, the 62nd successor of the Mewar dynasty. There is also a very nice garden in this palace. Although it was made for an ammunition warehouse. So that no enemy king or British could reach this place easily and the city remained safe.

 

 

History of Taj Lake Palace

Located in the Pichola Lake of Udaipur, there is a palace in the middle of the lake filled with clear water of blue color, which was earlier in the name of Jagatsingh II, which is now famous as Taj Lake Palace. King Jagat Singh II and royal descendants built this palace to use the palace to spend time in summer and as a guest reception. The construction work of this palace started in 1743, which was completed in 1746 in 3 years. The gate of this palace was constructed on the east side. So that the worship of Sun God can be done easily.

History of Jag Mandir

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