Bagore Ki Haveli is a museum built by Amar Chand Badwa (Prime Minister of Mewar) in the 18th century (1751-1781). It is situated at the waterfront of the Pichola Lake in Udaipur city of Rajasthan. This place has over a hundred rooms which display the glass & mirror work and a collection of modern art of Mewar dynasty. Two peacocks made of colorful small glass pieces are examples of glasswork perfection.
This Haveli has gone through a lot of renovation and modernization. Several murals were uncovered, and some doors, windows, rooms, perforated screens, etc. were repaired and renewed in the 18th & 19th century. Uncommon symbols of the Rajput class, such as jewelry cases, dice-games, Hukkas, pan boxes, nutcrackers, gigantic turban, hand fans, rose water sprinklers, glasswork on windows, copper vessels, and other items are also on display in the Haveli.
Bagore Ki Haveli is a place to experience Mewari culture through various musical and folk dance shows. The theatre and puppet shows reflect Rajasthan’s vibrant cultural heritage. For immigrants, guides are easily available for the Haveli and different nearby places. There is no specific time or month to visit this place as it is open throughout the year and the events keep happening here. At night, the glowing lights and enjoyable cultural shows make this Haveli more beautiful and vibrant. To know about royal family lifestyle and Rajasthani culture, it is a great place to be.
Location: Gangaur Ghat Marg, Hotel Gangaur Palace, Udaipur 313001