Rajsamand, the marble land of Rajasthan, is located about 67 km from Udaipur. Apart from being one of the largest marble producers in the country, it is also a city which has beautiful lakes, amazing palaces, great historical significance and a national park. The most famous places in the district are the Kumbhalgarh Fort, where Maharana Pratap was born, Haldighati, the famous battlefield, Dwarika Dhesh, Charbhuja and many Shiva temples. It gives you an opportunity to glimpse and see its history, religion, culture and mining industry.
During the time of Rana Kumbha, the kingdom of Mewar was spread from Ranthambore to Gwalior. Which includes the vast tracts of present-day Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. The rulers here were the best in Indian martial and fine arts architecture and learning. Out of the 84 kg defending Mewar, 32 were designed and manufactured by Rana Kumbha. Of these, Kumbhalgarh is the most impressive with its 36 km long wall and soaring towers. Located on the site of an ancient citadel dating back to the second century BCE, belonging to a Jain descendant of the Maurya Emperor of India. Its steel gray ramparts surround the fertile Shero Sailor Valley, with ancient monuments cenotaph, talabo and flourishing fields.
Apart from the famous historical areas of Kumbhalgarh and Haldighati, this place also has religious significance for different communities. This is thetempleof Shrinathji who was the main deity of the Vaishnav community. The Dwarkadhish temple holds that a miraculous idol is also located. Temple of four-handedLord Vishnu(Charbhuja) Manytemplesdedicated to Lord Shiva can also be seen here. It is most famous for its marble craft. And is the largest marble production unit and district in the country.
Rajsamand's best journey takes place between September and March. The weather remains very pleasant during this.
Tourist Sightseeing in Rajsamand
Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary
When Maharana Pratap is remembered, then there is definitely a discussion of Haldighati. This is the place where Maharana Pratap had worsened the condition of Mughal Emperor Akbar in the war.
Although Maharana Pratap faced defeat in this war, in order to save Maharana Prataps life in this war, his beloved horse Chetak himself jumped across the ditch despite being bled and saved Maharana Prataps life.