Fateh Prakash Palace located in the Udaipur district of Rajasthan is one of the important tourist places of Udaipur. The palace was formerly the residence of the Udaipur Raj family, which is currently converted into a heritage hotel. Fateh Prakash Palace is located on the eastern shore of Lake Pichola.
History of Fateh prakesh palace Udaipur Rajasthan
Palace Fateh Prakash was built by Maharaja Fateh Singh in his reign from 1884 to 1930. In 1909, Viceroy of India Lord Minto laid the foundation stone of Fateh Prakash Palace.
Fateh Prakash Palace is one of the major buildings of Udaipur. Fateh Prakash Palace is a beautiful and two-storied palace, in which its Durbar Hall is a major attraction of this palace. It is said that Maharaja Fateh Singh built this palace keeping Rajasthani style and art in mind.
There is one turret at each of the four corners of the palace, which is equipped with domed umbrellas. The main features of the palace are its corridors and pillars which offer a wonderful example of Rajasthani art and culture.
Palace Fateh Prakash is decorated with interior miniature paintings, paintings, royal artifacts and an arsenal of the Mewar dynasty. Its crystal gallery is rare and has the most expensive collection of crystals, including items made of crystals such as tables and bedding.
The rich history, stunning paintings, and carvings of the Palace Fateh Prakash, the royal court of the nobles of Mewar of Fateh Prakash Mahal, take you back to historical times on view.
How to reach Fateh Prakash Palace, Udaipur
Nearest railway station: – Udaipur 3KM
Nearest Airport: – Udaipur 24KM
Local taxis can reach here with private buses or taxis.