Bagore Ki Haveli

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Bagore Ki Haveli is a big old house by Lake Pichola in Udaipur, India. It was built a long time ago by an important man named Amar Chand Badwa[1]. Inside, you'll find lots of rooms filled with old clothes, cool art, and beautiful glasswork. The walls are painted with pictures, and there are even glass peacocks!


Amar Chand Badwa, who worked for the king, built Bagore-ki-Haveli around 300 years ago. After he passed away, the king's family took over the house. Later, a king named Maharaj Shakti Singh made the house bigger by adding a fancy gateway. For many years, the government looked after the house, but it started to fall apart. In the 1980s, people decided to fix it up and turn it into a museum. Today, Bagore Ki Haveli[2] is not just a museum but also a place where you can see shows with music, dancing, and puppets. It's a popular spot for tourists who want to learn about Rajasthan's culture and history while enjoying the beautiful view of Lake Pichola.

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this is one of the most attractive spots in Udaipur. This is a museum near Pichola Lake's historic city. This museum celebrates Rajasthan's rich heritage culture. Evenings will feature wonderful dance music and puppet shows from 7 PM to 8 PM, providing a glimpse of traditional Rajasthan culture. This is unquestionably a must-see location, particularly for tourists. The nighttime entertainment costs Rs 100 per person


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