Khempur – Nathdwara – Eklingji - Nagda - Udaipur
After leisurely breakfast, drive to Udaipur. On the way to Udaipur, first you will have a stop-over at Nathdwara, known for Lord Krishna Temple.
The idol of Lord Krishna is of seven years old Krishna. The statue or idol, initially used to be worshipped in Mathura, had been shifted to this
place in 1672 in order to protect it from anti-Hindu fanatic iconoclastic Islamic policies of the Mughals, especially Aurangzeb.
After visiting Nathdwara, you will drive to Udaipur. On the way to Udaipur, you will again have a short stop-over at Temple of Eklingjji.<
This entire temple area is Shri Eklingji and since ancient times is treated like a holy place, dedicated to Lord Shiva. The Maharajas (rulers)
of Udaipur were crowned here.
On the way, we take a short break for tea in Nagda. Nagda is known for 10th century temple of Sahastra Bahu, a form of Lord Vishnu.
Over a period of time, Sahastra Bahu (meaning "One with thousand arms") Temple is often called as Sas Bahu temples, a local corruption
of the original Sahastra-Bahu.
Having visited Nagda temple, proceed for Udaipur. Reach Udaipur and you will be received by our Udaipur representative. You will be
transferred to Udaipur hotel. In the afternoon, take a stroll through the picturesque streets and in the late afternoon you will enjoy
a pleasant boat ride on Lake Pichola. From the midst of Lake Pichola, you have a wonderful view of the palace complex and the islands
Jag Mandir and Jag Niwas. On an island located Lake Palace, one of the most photogenic hotels in the world. This beautiful view had
been portrayed in the James Bond film Octopussy few years ago. Enjoy sunset with wonderful view at the swimming pool. Overnight
stay has been planned in Udaipur hotel.