Bagore Ki Haveli
Perched on the Gangori Ghat on the banks of the dazzling Lake Pichola, Bagore ki Haveli was constructed by Amir Chand Badwa, who was the Prime Minister at the Mewar royal court during his time.
This medieval haveli with more than 100 rooms was condemned to neglect till it was revamped in the year 1986 when the West Zone Cultural Centre was set up here. After Amir Chand Badwa passed away the haveli became the property of the royal state of Mewar.
Bagore Ki Haveli.
A few years later this enchanting haveli became the home of Maharana Shakti Singh of Bagore who added a three storied palatial structure to the main haveli in 1878. Ever since the haveli came be known as
One of the romantic tourist destinations of Udaipur in Rajasthan, India Bagore ki Haveli showcases enamoring architectural splendor. Marvel at the fascinating original Mewar paintings on the walls of the Queen's quarters, feast your eyes on exquisite peacocks fashioned with tiny pieces of colored glass and admire objects of daily use that were used in the royal household.
The cultural museum within Bagore ki Haveli has a wide variety of royal objects on display. See hookahs, nutcrackers, jewelry boxes, rose water sprinklers, hand fans and more.
Stroll along wide corridors and enjoy a regal experience as you marvel at luxurious private chambers that were used by the ladies of the royal household.