Bagore Ki Haveli: A colourful mix of Rajasthani Times and Traditions

A splendid mansion in Udaipur

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October 10, 2016

/ By / Udaipur

On the waterfront of Gangori Ghat in the vicinity of Pichola Lake in Udaipur, in Rajasthan, lays a splendid Mewar architectural marvel, Bagore Ki Haveli. This 18th century building was commissioned by a Mewar Prime minister, Amir Chand Badwa. The haveli now serves as a museum and is under the supervision of west zone cultural center. Media India Group visited the Haveli and explored its different museums, such as the live museum depicting the royal courts through puppets, a gallery featuring a surreal collection of world-famous monuments carved out of polystyrene and many exclusive art pieces of the former Rajput rulers like jewellery boxes, dice-games, hukkas, pan boxes, nut crackers, hand fans, rose water sprinklers, copper vessels… With more than 100 rooms and many courtyards among other attractions, the intricate and fine mirror work, is a Mewar tradition in Udaipur which beholds the tourist’s eye. The Haveli is even more colorful at evenings with the enjoyable performance of traditional dance and music of Rajasthan.

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