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All reviews cultural show folk dance show starts every evening old lady dance forms rajasthani culture reach early pm to pm takes place different parts dont miss lake pichola must visit place city palace per person turban
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Reviewed 13 March 2013 via mobile

Udaipur can do much better to entertain its people and tourists.
The show is set in a fantastic setting in a very authentic corner of Udaipur.

Most of the dancers, singers and musicians did not have their heart in their work...they hardly smiled and seemed bored and unenthusiastic. Most hotels we stayed at in India had a better shows with more enthusiastic performers.

2  Thank DrBeach77
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Reviewed 8 March 2013

Liked beautiful sarees and dance worth seeing, the seating is outdoor and performance is in the evening - mosquito repellent.. Disliked need to pay for using camera.

Date of experience: March 2013
3  Thank globaltrotters55
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Reviewed 6 March 2013

We visited the museum at Bagore Ki Haveli and it is a lovely place to visit - nice and cool in the heat of the day and it has some interesting exhibits. Some of the rooms have been re-constructed, some are in the process of re-construction and some have been left as they were. This is nice as you can see the different stages/processes. There was also an interesting collection of turbans from different regions - with lovely photographs beside each exhibit. And don't forget to visit the Wedding Room.

We didn't attend the cultural event in the evening so can't comment on that (though it sounded very lively from the surrounding area)!

The museum is well worth a visit (and it was only 30 rupees).

Date of experience: March 2013
2  Thank Nomadictravellers
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Reviewed 5 March 2013

Wonderful night performance by local women dancers doing daring feats with fire on their heads and cymbals on the hands and feet. Also entertaining puppetry show. A very pleasant and enjoyable performance.

Date of experience: January 2013
2  Thank ShiraNatanya
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Reviewed 28 February 2013

This 128 room palace on the lake gives you an interesting look at life in India. You will have admired its wonderful lakeside architechture fascade during your lake boat ride (just to the left of the City Palace). Most interesting is the dioramas of almost lifesize figures in traditional dress with descriptions in English showing the ritual of an arranged marriage. There is a room full of different turbans, some antique furniture, interesting architecture and lake views. Since you will be almost alone here, it is a unique and quiet moment and easy to do without a guide. [entrance fee $1.10]. This area next to the City Palace if full of interesting shops on tiny lanes. Ashoka Arts located in the inner courtyard of the Namaste French Bakery, has a large selection of 'miniature paintings' at good prices. A beautiful frame of your choice, made in 2 hours with glass, cost less than $8 with purchase. They also give lesson and demonstrate miniature painting and will paint henna on your arms.

Date of experience: February 2013
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