Experience the best of Rajasthani architecture and benevolence at Jag Mandir. Located amidst the Lake Pichola, this fine structure seems like a marble floating in a lake. It is named as "Jagat Mandir" in honor of Maharana Jagat Singh and, also known as the "Lake Garden Palace". Constructed in the 17th century, this palace is a joint contribution of 3 Rajput rulers. The construction of the palace was started in 1551 by Maharana Amar Singh, continued by Maharana Karan Singh (1620–1628) and finally completed by Maharana Jagat Singh I (1628–1652). A statue of an elephant made of white marble welcomes every tourist to Jag Mandir. Tourist can reach Jag Mandir with the help of jetty facility from Bansi Ghat. The following structures are included with-in the vicinity of Jag Mandir
It was built in 1951 during the reign of Maharana Amar Singh, and served as a refugee camp for Prince Khurram. Gul Mahal is surrounded by circular apartments which are made of red and black marbles. Each marble is engraved with murals and paintings which are considered as an uncommon feature in Rajput style of architecture.
Jag mandir houses a small museum which is an attraction for all the historians.
Pichola, Udaipur, Rajasthan 313001, India