The chief element of the fortress is now conserved as a famous Udaipur museum exhibiting a huge and varied collection of historical objects. Down steps from the entry are the arsenal museum reveals a huge compilation of defensive gear, arms as well as the deadly two-pronged sword weapon.

The City Palace museum is then being entered all the way through the Ganesh Deori meaning the door of Lord Ganesh and this leads to the way to the Rajya Angan, the imperial court. The rooms of the fortress are splendidly highlighted with mirror tiles and artworks.

 

Top four Famous Udaipur Museum


SHILPGRAM MUSEUM

Situated 3 km west of Udaipur close to the Havala village is the city’s Shilpgram – the countryside Arts and Crafts centre portrays the lifestyle of the people staying there. “Shilpgram” actually means a “Craftsmen’s Village” that portray the massive assortment of craft, art, culture of various Indian states.

Which provides the chance to the artist of a different nation to come jointly and interrelate regarding their expertise. In this prearranged cultural camp, and the fine mud and sand objects along with the stilted statuette is the strong point of this cultural village.

The main purpose of this fair is to raise the consciousness and information about the rural life and their arts and crafts interest amongst the new age group. Particular importance is put down on workshops for children on arts, crafts, theatre, and music.

It is expected that through close study of dissimilar approach and talent, the artists can improve their skills and art forms through this camp. The Centre encourages modern potters, designers, artists etc. to show their skill and to display their crafts, and sell their masterwork in order to have straight contact with the consumer.

This plan has encouraged the artist in a big way. The Shilpgram fair has turned out to be a significant attraction in India and Government of India has determined to imitate them in all the Federal States of India.

AHAR MUSEUM

Situated about 2 km east of Udaipur is a striking bunch of memorials of the Maharanas of Mewar. There are about nineteen memorials of Maharanas reduced to ashes there. The most prominent memorial is that of Maharana Amar Singh, who controlled from 1597 to 1620.

Close by is also Ahar Museum, where on display is bounded and has very unusual mud pottery including some sculptures and other archaeological arts. Few pieces date back to 1700 BC and a metal statue of Buddha is a particular appeal.

Close by is also Ahar Museum, where on display is bounded and has very unusual mud pottery including some sculptures and other archaeological arts. Few pieces date back to 1700 BC and a metal statue of Buddha is a particular appeal.

VINTAGE COLLECTION OF CLASSIC CAR MUSEUM

The collected works inside the grounds of the Garden Hotel covers a selection of typical and amusingly exceptional motor vehicles; some dignified and vintage like Kadlec, Chevalate, Morais etc., whereas the others are glossy and speedy.

The Maharanas of Udaipur on one occasion had crazed for these vehicles and used this majestic magnificence of motor as their comfort for luxury, but most of the other models are slowly being added to the collection because it gives an exclusive upper-class safari for the special guests.

BHARTIYA LOK KALA MUSEUM

Bhartiya Lok Kala Museum is one and the most famed Udaipur Museum, which show signs of the luminous sets of a folk piece of writing of Rajasthan. This rare collection varies from distinctive rural-dresses, ornaments, puppets, dolls, masks, folk harmonious gadgets, and paintings.