Fateh Bagh is probably India’s first attempt at ‘relocating a fallen palace’. Rawla Koshilav that flourished as a palace on the foothills of Aravallis near Jodhpur in 1802 became a neglected piece of heritage in the 20th century. In 2002, around 65,000 pieces of the crumbling palace were transported to a scenic spot in Ranakpur to create Fateh Bagh. Stroll through the orchards, swim in the pool or explore the surrounding temples.
Summer- Min 17°C, Max 37°C
Winter- Min 6°C, Max 32°C
Best time to visit: September-May
By Air: Udaipur Airport ( 110 km, 2 3/4 hr)
By Rail: Udaipur Railway Station (97 km, 2 1/2 hr)
By Road: Udaipur (99 km, 2 1/2 hrs)
THINGS TO DO
Monsoon Palace- The Monsoon palace stands a, palatial estate, atop a hill that overlooking the Pichola Lake and its island palaces. The palace offers unparalleled 360 degree views of the surrounding countryside as well.
Vintage and Classic Car Museum- It comprises of a private collection of vintage cars owned by the House of Mewar , the world’s longest serving dynasty. A priceless Rolls-Royce, 1939 Cadillac convertibles, 1936 Vauxhall are on display. Stories of these customized cars are plenty and will keep any car enthusiast completely enthralled
Bagore ki Haveli- A haveli in Udaipur, Bagore ki Haveli is located right on the waterfront of Lake Pichola at Gangori Ghat. The palace has hundreds of rooms decorated with displays of costumes and modern art.
Leopard safari- The Jawai Leopard Conservation Zone around Bera is home to the largest predator of the region – leopards. The landscape is blessed with natural rocky landscapes and farms and is perfect for a jeep