Visiting Udaipur during this time of year is not all bad. There are less tourists and an abundance of sights to take in, water or not. Shortly before dusk we headed a few miles out of town to Sajjangarh, also known as the "Monsoon Palace," the former residence of the region's royal family that sits high on a hill overlooking Udaipur and the surrounding valley.
(Photo by Thushan Amarasiriwardena, caption by Michael D. Kurtz / LongJaunt.com)
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