From Wikitravelia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Menar village, located approximately 52 km from Udaipur, Rajasthan, is renowned for its picturesque Menar Lake, which serves as a haven for migratory birds, making it a popular destination among birdwatchers. The village is also notable for its 52-feet high idol of Lord Shiva and its rich history dating back to the reign of Maharana Pratap.


During the period of Maharana Pratap's reign, Menar village played a significant role in defending the region against Mughal invasions. The villagers, known as Menarias, bravely fought off the invaders, preserving the heritage and culture of Mewar.


Menar village is nestled amidst scenic landscapes, with the Menar Lake serving as the focal point of attraction. The village boasts a diverse ecosystem, attracting a myriad of bird species, both native and migratory, throughout the year.

How to Reach

Menar village is conveniently accessible from Udaipur, with various transportation options available. Visitors can opt for a 50-minute drive from Udaipur city or choose to fly to Udaipur Airport and then travel by road. Additionally, Udaipur is well-connected by train to major cities like Delhi and Jaipur, offering an alternative mode of transportation.