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Beautiful Royal Cenotaphs... Ahar!

A nice visit to see the Agar Royal Cenotaphs in Udaipur. Free to enter and no photography... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Tim H
Minehead, United Kingdom
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Cenotaphs are beautiful. The grounds - not so much.

The cenotaphs are beautiful, but the grounds can be better cared for. The place could be a... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Saint Clairsville, Ohio
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“cemetery” (4 reviews)
“domes” (4 reviews)
“marble” (5 reviews)
Udaipur, India
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A nice visit to see the Agar Royal Cenotaphs in Udaipur. Free to enter and no photography allowed... although a small tip to the guard will get you permission! The Cenotaphs are undergoing a programme of cleaning and the largest one looks SO much better...More

Thank Tim H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The cenotaphs are beautiful, but the grounds can be better cared for. The place could be a beautiful park, but it is overgrown with weeds.

Thank Gollab50
Reviewed 7 October 2017

This is a place for a history buff to visit. The architecture of the cenotaphs has evolved over time and as the Maharanas of Udaipur have had cenotaphs created for their ancestors as a mark of remembrance. Each cenotaph is adorned with a 4-faced Shiv...More

Thank Arrjun
Reviewed 2 September 2017 via mobile

Place is abandoned and not maintained at all. Photography is not allowed unless you pay the corrupt guard. There were too many bugs so we left after 2 min. Not worth the effort at all!

Thank Koen R
Reviewed 20 May 2017

I would advise you not to waste time visiting these cenotaphs unless you are a member of the Mewar royal family or are doing research into the dynasty. The cenotaphs are of no architectural interest, and the setting (near a dusty road) makes the location...More

Thank TiggerInIndia
Reviewed 6 March 2017 via mobile

Our guide - a man of great local knowledge - brought us to this very significant place where over the last 350 years 250 cenotaphs have been built by the maharajas of Mewar to commemorate their families and more importantly the 19 Maharajas who were...More

1  Thank Leanne H
Reviewed 20 February 2017

Went there because the driver told us to do it. Normally it shall be ilegal but everything is possible in India, so after giving a small tip to the guy in the entrance who didnt speak a word of English went there for a walk....More

Thank andrezstar
Reviewed 26 November 2016 via mobile

White dome topped structures stand ammased at Ahar. Great place for people who have an eye to capture beautiful monuments on camera.

Thank Jithin G
Reviewed 1 November 2016

Though I'm a resident of udaipur itself but never got to visit Ahar cenotaphs. But once I visited there, I go there every time I get a chance. Spending time there is a sublime experience and worth it. Its really peaceful there. Highly recommended for...More

Thank Hardik J
Reviewed 27 October 2016

The Ahar Cenotaphs is basically a complex in memory of the royal family members of Mewar Dynasty. There are beautiful open air domed structures supported by pillars. Some of the pillars have beautiful carvings also. There is no entrance fee and no guides available to...More

1  Thank Parwathi H
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