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Monsoon Palace

Monsoon Palace, also known as Sajjan Garh Palace, is a beautiful fort in Rajasthan settled atop Aravalli Hills. The fort offers gorgeous views of the surroundings and the crystal-clear Fateh Sagar Lake. Its construction began in the year 1884 by Maharana Sajjan Singh. Monsoon Palace Udaipur offers beautiful views of the sunset. As the weather is hot, it is suggested the visitors should dress accordingly. Lip-smacking Rajasthani food is available at the nearby eateries. Guides are also available for a guided tour of the palace. Besides sightseeing, it is also a good spot for photography. Rajput style of architecture is used in the construction of the fort. It is made of white marble. The palace is easy to reach. Maharana Pratap Airport is at a distance of 32 km from the fort. The palace is lighted up in the evenings, and the presence of jharokha and fountains give it a magical look.
Trishala Pawar
04 P.M : For witnessing sunset we decided to go to Sajjan Garh palace. Here as well you need to brought the ticket though the ticket. fee is not much though. We took a drive of 15 mins in the Jeep provided by palace authorities which drop us at the top of mountain. We roam around the palace and surrounding area. Enjoyed the sunset and head back to the hotel after a very long day.
Shubham Shrivastava
Monsoon PalaceThe Monsoon Palace is also known as The Sajjangarh Palace, this palace offers the panoramic view of the city, it was actually built to watch the monsoon cloud which is why the name of this palace is also monsoon palace, people come here to see the beauty of this palace and also witness the magical view of sunset.see some glimpse:
Varsha Suresh
Today was spent roaming around Udaipur. Started with the beautiful Monsoon Palace in the morning. The palace itself is quite simple, but the view from the top is worth it. You can see the whole city, which is mainly white buildings lined up together on one side and the other side the lakes and palaces. The taxi up hill through the wildlife sanctuary costs 94Rs besides the 60Rs entry ticket. Finishing the Monsoon Palace in the morning and then heading to the City palace was a very wise decision as the latter requires a lot more time.