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About Udaipur

Udaipur

The ‘City of Lakes’, Udaipur in Rajasthan is the capital of the kingdom of Mewar. It has several beautiful lakes that are a great source of attraction for national and international tourists. Udaipur is famous for its palaces from the Rajput era. Most of the palaces have been converted into luxury hotels. Udaipur is well known for its handicraft items such as terracotta, paintings, marble articles and silver arts. Local transport as well as rail and air services are well established in Udaipur.

Places to Stay
There are good budget hotels in Udaipur. Some of them are Hotel Udai Palace (Tariff – Rs. 950), Saheli Palace Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 900 to Rs. 1500), Jag Niwas Guest House & Restaurant (Tariff – Rs. 500 to Rs. 1000).

Language
The official language of Udaipur is Mewari. The other languages spoken here are Hindi and English.

Events
The important events of Udaipur are the Mewar Festival held in March and Shilpgram Crafts Fair held in December.

Places of Interest
There are several places of tourist attraction in Udaipur. Some of the places include Maharana Pratap Memorial (4 km), Neemach Mata Temple (7 km), Baghdada Crocodile Park (12 km), Jaisamand Lake (13.4 km), and Ekling Ji temple (22 km).

How to Get There

Air:
The closest airport to Udaipur is Dabok Airport (also called Maharana Pratap Airport) which is only 20 km away.

Rail:
Udaipur Railway Station is at the heart of Udaipur city, which connects it to nearby cities.

Bus:
Travellers can reach Udaipur from many cities, including Bikaner, Delhi, Ajmer, Mount Abu and Surat for instance. Shreenath Travellers and Neeta Tours and Travels are just some of the operators on these routes. You can opt for Volvo bus ticket booking service provided by several online bus booking websites.



About Baytu

Baytu

Baytu is a small village in the westernmost Indian state of Rajasthan. It is located 48 km from the nearby major agglomeration of Barmer. The international border with Pakistan is almost an hour and a half drive away at a distance of 140 km via Barmer. The area is semi-arid in nature and thus temperatures soar up during the day and plummet at night.

Places to Stay
Being a village, naturally there are no places to put up for the night. One is forced to venture into the famous Barmer for lodging. There are a couple of good budget hotels in the city. Some of the options which are worth a try are Hotel Krishna (Tariff – Rs. 800), KK Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 500), Shivam Palace Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 800), Kailash Sarovar Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 1,000).

Language
The official language of Baytu is Hindi.

Events
The important festivals celebrated are Holi in March, Hanuman Jayanti and Dusshera in September-October and Diwali in November.

Places of Interest
The village in itself may not have anything interesting to offer. A ride to the Pakistan border with a prior permission from relevant authorities may prove to be a little exciting. A visit to the neighbouring hub of Barmer, before getting into the border area, and visiting the Juna remains on the west as well as the Jain remains on the south is highly advisable.

How to Get There

Air:
The nearest airport is the Jodhpur Airport at a distance of 155 km.

Rail:
The BME is the nearest major railway station in Barmer at a distance of 55 km.

Bus:
Being very close to the sensitive international border, it is mostly state transport buses which cater to the needs of passengers in the region. In case you don’t have the time and energy to stand in bus counters, booking bus tickets online will help. 




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