46 km north of Udaipur. This small town of 42,000 inhabitants has retained all its medieval charm. It is pleasant to stroll through the narrow streets of the bazaar lined with traditional stalls: vendors selling wine cellars or sweet snacks, vendors selling water, religious souvenirs and wooden spinning tops... The drapes stretched across the street to protect passers-by from the sun are reminiscent of the souks of the Maghreb or the Middle East. The city is very popular for its temple dedicated to Krishna. It attracts pilgrims from all over India and is the second holiest place after Mathura, the birthplace of Krishna. The visit to Nathdwara can be coupled with that of Eklingji and Delwara. Allow half a day from Udaipur.
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