The Jag Mandir is one of the most famous places in Udaipur. It is situated in the middle of lake Pichola and is only accessible by the boat. The architecture is traditional as that of all other palaces in Rajasthan and is beautifully lit at night.
The Jag Mandir is also known as the Lake Garden Palace because it is a beautifully decorated pleasure place built by the kings of Mewar during the 16th and 17th centuries into the Common Era. It has a long history of construction as it was completed by three generations of Maharanas of the Sisodia Rajput Clan. It was started during the reign of Maharana Amar Sing in 1551 and continued through the reign of Karan Singh and was finally completed during the regime of Maharana Jagat Singh I. It was after the name of the latter that the palace was named Jag Mandir.
This summer palace was constructed as a guest house and a recreational centre. It is the same place where Shah Jahan took refuge during his ascension rebellion. It is believed that Jag Mandir inspired him to build the world famous Taj Mahal.
The Jag Mandir is an architectural marvel that is filled with grand buildings, fountains, beautiful courtyards, landscape gardens, open air theatres and of course the breathtaking lake view. With Aravalli in the back drop, Udaipur Jag Mandir is one of the most attractive tourist spots in the whole Rajasthan. It's also very easy to reach and water boating is the best tourist activity here.
The Wedding charges in the Jag Mandir Palace is between 12,000 INR to 15,000 INR per person (includes travel by jetty, decor and Eatables).
09:00 AM to 06:00 PM
Boat Ride 1 Hours Tickets
325 INR per Adult for 1 Hours, 165 INR per Children for 1 Hours
Boat Ride 30 Minutes Tickets
225 INR per Adult for 30 Minute, 115 INR per Children for 30 Minute