Dudh Talai Udaipur
Dudh Talai is a dainty lake in Udaipur studded with enhancements of human pleasures. The lake beautifies the southeastern part of Lake Pichola Lake and is a matchless scene from the scintillas like City Palace, Jag Temple etc. The small inlet of this lake, the big lake contributes to its water in Pichola. This place is unique with the presence of the unique view of Shiva Niwas Palace on its southern bank and is adorned with two parks which adds grace to its coast. M. L. Verma Garden and Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhyay Park is a demonstration of modern architecture and allows for a walk with its beauty. It is located on the coordinates: 24 ° 34’8 ° N 73 ° 41’9 E
Dhod tali Udaipur
Manikya Lal Verma Garden:
Manikya Lal Verma Garden or Rock Garden on a hill near the Dudh Talai, is the best place to catch a magnificent landscape and has been carved by a rugged rock on an attractive eminence. There are curved stones involved in the bottom of the garden and small streams of water are passed through it. It was constructed in 1995 by the City Council (City Council) Udaipur. Blue and white are unfortunate, but adopting and using it as ‘public open space’ is probably the best way to manage the glorious heritage of Indian stepwells. From here, a peeping gives a panoramic view of nature. The magnificence of this garden lies in its wall, in which the smallness remains. The scene of dusk, which appears to be shaking through the waves of the depressed lake Pichola. There are steps built to reach the garden, as well as a separate road for vehicles.
Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhyay Park:
Manikya Lala Verma Park is another garden at the same height which is called Din Dayal Upadhyay Park. This was developed by the Urban Improvement Trust (UIT) Udaipur. Lake Pichola in the west is a masterpiece like beautiful city palace in the north and rocky MLV Gardens in the east. Together, these places become a tourist attraction of the city. This is Rajasthan’s first “Musical Fountain” which is produced by “Yagnik Mechanical Engineering Works”. In this colorful milieu fountains there is dance according to the melody of music. On the other hand, it is a sunset point, from where the sun sets in the lap of Lake Pichola reflecting crepuscular light.
A ropeway to Karni Mata temple was constructed between tourist spot Deen Dayal Park, on the top of hill near lake Pichola and the Machhala Hill. There is a white stone statue of Karani Mata inside the temple. It was built by businessman Kailash Khandelwal with the help of UIT. It is a delightful ride 500 meters above a stable grip mono cable and the first ropeway of Rajasthan. It’s not just a 4-minute ride, but a delightful adventure, bundled with scenes, bouncing in the air and bouncing in the air, people are so experienced that any words can be depleted. It offers a breath-taking view of the city from its cabin, including Lake Pichola, the magnificent City Palace Complex, Sajjangarh Fort and many others. Due to the prominent attraction of the ropeway system, it is easy to visit the temple and other historic sites in Machhala Hill. The ticket price is Rs.69 / – per adult.
To add more attraction to tourists, boat ride and camel rides are also offered by Udaipur Municipal Corporation near Dhudha Talai pond.