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October to February
All days of the week 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Watch cultural show, explore museum
INR 25 per person/INR 100 for Camera
September - May
Families, Couples
3 out of 87 attractions in Udaipur

Bagore Ki Haveli

As the name suggests, this attraction is a haveli based out of Udaipur. It was constructed in the 18th century by the Prime Minister of Mewar. For those who want to feel the heritage of Rajasthan, first hand, this is the place to be. There is some great folk music and dance that one can enjoy here as an extra benefit. The cultural show is what pulls thousands of visitors to Bagore ki Haveli. Puppet shows and a beautiful display of Indian marriages is also shown here from time to time. Apart from this, there is a rich collection of musical instruments as well as clothes preserved here in the museum that will be a memory to cherish. There are ancient paintings as well as souvenirs from battles of the Rajputs that can be found here.
Sagar Sureja
3. Bagore Ki Haveli
Bhavik Sarkhedi
This historically majestic haveli is situated near Lake Pichola. The construction of Bagore Ki Haveli was done by Amirchand Badwa, the Prime Minister of Mewar, in the 18th century. It is beholding the royal history and culture of Rajputs. The prodigious haveli has more than 100 rooms persevering the unique art of that time. Once, the pride of the Royal family has now been converted into a museum by the government but maintaining the heritage.Bagore Ki Haveli is an epitome of rich and astonishing architecture. You can feel the essence of courage and beauty both at the same time. It seems that the haveli preaches about the royal charm in whatever passage or room you pass by. Ornately built walls and carvings, the gigantic paintings, brilliant glasswork, antique collections used by Rajputs such as jewellry boxes, copper vessels, hand fans, hukkas and many things to add to its grace. One should not miss the folk song and dance show in the evening, and noteworthy puppetry show.
Niyati Mavinkurve
The Museum has different sections:the puppet museum, the Haveli museum, the turban museum, the weapons section and the wedding section which shows an elaborate Indian wedding.
Sonal Agarwal
Dream Catchers
Day 7 : This was the last day of our trip. We explored Bagore ki haveli and Ganguar ghat. Then we boarded our bus to Mumbai with lots of memories.You could also follow us on Instagram for more current updates Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lightonlife_tggt/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iuvG1kxSMW0&t=30sThanks for your love and support.Tithi and Gaurav ( TG-GT travels).