About Udaipur

Udaipur Also Known As The "City Of Lakes" Is A Major City, Municipal Corporation. And The Administrative Headquarters Of The District In The Indian State Of Rajasthan. It Is The Historic Capital Of The Kingdom Of Mewar In The Former Rajputana Agency. It Was Founded In 1559 By Maharana Udai Singh II Of The Sisodia Clan Of Rajput. When He Shifted His Capital From The City Of Chittorgarh To Udaipur After Chittorgarh Was Besieged By Akbar. It Remained As The Capital City Till 1818 When It Became A British Princely State. And Thereafter The Mewar Province Became A Part Of Rajasthan When India Gained Independence In 1947. City Is Located In The Southern Part Of Rajasthan State, Just Near To The Gujarat Border. It Is Surrounded By Aravali Range, Which Separates It From Thar Desert. It Is Around 655 Km From Delhi And Approximately 800 Km From Mumbai, Placed Almost In The Middle Of Two Major Indian Metro Cities. Besides, Connectivity With Gujarat Ports Provide Udaipur A Strategic Geographical Advantage.