Rajasmand district is situated at the southern tip of Rajasthan adjoining Udaipur, Bhilwara, Pali, Ajmer, and Chittor districts and is oval in shape with a very narrow strip streching towards the North. It is bound by Ajmer and Pali in the North, Udaipur in the South, Bhilwara and Chittorgarh in the East and by Pali and Sirohi districts in the West.


Close to Kankroli is the dam built by Maharana Raj Singh in 1660 AD. Many embellishing arches and magnificent 'chhatris' adorn the embankment. Sixty-five kms from Udaipur, it is arguably the most beautiful lake in Rajasthan. There are beautiful 'torans', gardens and carved 'chhatris' around the lake. The sunset at the lake is absolutely splendid.



Rajsamand Lake:  It is the royal lake, offering a spectacular view of the sunset, with artistic “torans” and “chhatris” adorning its embankment.


Kankroli: An important Vaishnava temple popularly called “Dwarkadhish” is located here. It is the most important temple of the Vallabhacharya sect, built to resemble the famous Nathdwara shrine.


Kumbhalgarh Fort:  Known for its historical relevance, the fort was built by Rana Kumbha between 1445 AD and 1458 AD.

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