Udaipur Sunets

By Mridula Dwivedi April 4, 2014 21 Comments ,

There is something magical about sunsets and sunrises. The point was driven home when I went to the Monsoon Palace at Udaipur. And the Udaipur sunset was amazing. A lot of sunrises I just sleep through. Have you noticed that many people seem to be oblivious to the beauty of the sunsets and the sunrises. I used to be one of them till I discovered Skywatch Friday a few years ago. I was actually one of those people who could just walk through some of the most amazing skies virtually unmoved. I am glad it is a thing of past now.

I recently visited the Monsoon Palace, Udaipur. It is the place to be at sunset in Udaipur. The view of the city is gorgeous as well. I am told that the view from the Karni Mata temple is also worth checking out but that is on my agenda for the next time. Have you been out on sunsets when the sky decides to go quiet on you? I can’t count the number of times it has happened to me. So, now when I go to watch sunsets I keep my expectations low.

Sunset at Udaipur, Rajasthan
Sunset at Udaipur, Rajasthan #Canon500D

Thankfully this time when I was there the sky was in a party mood and it put up a good show. The Monsoon Palace, Udaipur was formerly known as the Sajjan Garh Palace after Maharana Sajjan Singh who got it constructed around 1884. As of now it is managed by the Forest Department of Rajasthan. It is open to public till sunset. It offers a stunning view of the city lakes, the city itself and the hills. It is a popular spot with the tourists to watch the sunset.

Sunset from Monsoon Palace, Udaipur, Rajasthan
Sunset from Monsoon Palace, Udaipur, Rajasthan #Canon550D

After spending an eternity clicking the view of the city, I finally walked inside the palace and went to the balcony to see the sunset. I then climbed up a flight of stairs too to see the view. All around it was gorgeous.

If you are in Udaipur, I will highly recommend visiting the Monsoon Palace at Sunset. It all depends on the nature’s mood on what kind of show it will put, but it is certainly worth a try. The palace is faraway from the entrance gate so it would be easier for you to go there in a vehicle.

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21 thoughts on “Udaipur Sunets”

  1. I would any day prefer sunsets over sunrises. Not that I dont like sunrisers, but I love the sun going down more. The riot of colours it splashes makes me stare at it in oblivion. Nice captures from the palace.

  2. Hi Mridula. I went to Udaipur in July last year and the city is indeed a very scenic one. By the way, I really heart that second picture you captured there

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I am Mridula Dwivedi, I love to travel! I started my travel blog in 2005. I have been going places since! For more details do check out my media kit! In another life I did a Ph.D. from IIT Kanpur. I was a professor when I quit my job in 2015.

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