Jagmandir is an island palace cum resort on Pichola Lake in Udaipur city of Rajasthan. The construction of this three-storeyed palace was started by Maharana Karan Singh II in 1620 and later completed by his son Maharana Jagat Singh (in 1652) completed building this palace, so the Jagmandir is named after him. This palace serves as a pleasure palace and summer holiday resort to Royal families of Udaipur.
The palace consists of several parts which are Gul Mahal, Entry pavilion, Garden, Darikhana, Barah Patharon Ka Mahal, a small museum and Jagmandir. The statues of elephants, colorful flags, flowery decoration, long palm trees, fine carving, sky blue pool, Pichola Lake, relaxing greenery, golden lighting, and royal dining show the exquisite workmanship and quality of the palace.
This palace gives a mixture of Royal, western, and traditional look to the eyes of visitors. Especially in the nightlight when it is fully decorated with flowers and royal dining to the guests. The palace serves the taste of Rajasthan in its food which is very delicious & hygienic. The herbs and wines add zing on the table.
Jungle Safari, Kalika Mata Mandir, Natani Ka Chabootra, The Leela Palace, and Pichola Lake are some nearby places to visit. Jagmandir Palace can be easily reached from City Palace by boat.
Location: Pichola, Udaipur, Rajasthan 313001, India