A palace on an island in Lake Pichola
Jagmandir Island Palace – a palace on an island on Lake Pichola – has been adorning pages of glossy
magazines and lifestyle media from all over the world. Global and indian celebrities
have been attending the Regal Weddings, celebratory dinners, special events and
musical soirees organised at heritage-venues of this 17th century pleasure-palace
of the Maharanas of Mewar.
Jagmandir Island Palace is Garden Courtyard is ideal for celebratory events: it can accommodate
large groups and can be specially decorated for smaller groups too. With flowers
and traditional lights, the Garden Courtyard creates the desired mood and gets the
guests to celebrate. Musical soirees and performances have been regularly held here,
with the night skies above and the magical ambience of the island-palace.
The Kunwarpada Chowk, with its landscaped garden, is specially developed for wedding
ceremonies; the intimacy and privacy for wedding rites and rituals is heightened
here, amidst the greenery and the auspicious presence of elephants, ornately carved
in marble. Mandaps and special canopies can be creatively constructed, giving family-members
and guests the chance to relish every moment of that once-in-a-lifetime event.
The Jagmandir Island Palace Lawns seem to spread endlessly, beneath the old trees and flowering
shrubs, providing an exciting expanse to organise cocktails, special buffets, sit-down
dinners and theme-evenings for large groups. The décor, flower arrangements and
seating styles can be adapted to suit the evening event and make it even more luxurious
The dais, specially created for performers and DJs, adds yet another dimension to
this open-to-sky amphitheatre ringed by trees and painted by the changing colours
of the skies over Udaipur’s Lake Pichola.