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Garden of the Maidens (Sahelion Ki Bari)

Gayatri Talavdekar
There wasn't any concrete plan for this day. We visited Saheliyon Ki Bari, we got done in 20 minutes, as it's a small place.While we were talking to our Ola auto guy, he told us about this museum that was about Maharana Pratap Singh, we were definitely not keen, but we just gave it a shot as we weren't planning for anything else. And this museum is so engaging, it took us a whole of 3 hrs to complete. After a quick lunch we walked around the Hatipole market and Mochi bazaar. Ive been crazy about visiting market lanes. They give you the gist of the people, their produce, the food, inobedient traffic skills, their clothing, every single thing. We spent a nearly 2 hours just walking around, before we headed to Gangore Ghat for sunset. Udaipur has alot to offer to artists btw, miniature paintings in just one thing, it has grafitti walls, artists stalls, artist communities, art studios, contemporary art, modern art. All of it.
Niyati Mavinkurve
3. Saheliyon ki Bari:This garden and the fountains were built for the Queen and her 48 maids. The King Maharana Sangram Singh designed the garden himself and presented it to his wife as her wedding present. It is very easy to reach this spot and several taxis or buses will ferry you from the city centre.Entry Fee: Rs. 10 per person
Sonal Agarwal
Surbhi Munat
I was quite tired, after visiting all these places. I directly went to my hotel, had lunch, took some rest. Then I went to Saheliyo Ki Bari which is also one of the popular tourist attraction of Udaipur has a beautiful garden, fountains, a lotus pool and marble elephants. I visited this place in my childhood too so I got some flashbacks.  Got some really good display pictures from this beautiful place.