Jagriti is a 'heritage exhibition onsite' at Jagmandir Island Palace, the island palace on Lake Pichola. It is a manifestation of the multilayered research undertaken in 2001-02. Rare paintings, old photographs, maps and contemporary architectural drawings have been brought together to facilitate the understanding of how Jagmandir Island Palace evolved from the 17th century onwards and continues to grow in the 21st century. The posters in the inner chamber were created from old photographs of Jagmandir Island Palace and Gol Mahal, retrieved from old albums in the Maharana Mewar Special Library.
It is organised by LPHM Pvt. Ltd., one of the network organisations of Eternal Mewar.
For the history lover:
1n 1622 CE Maharana Karan Singh gave refuge to Prince Khurram (later known as Shah Jahan) who had sought political asylum from his father. He left inspired to build the Taj Mahal in Agra.
Enjoy the refreshment at the all day cafe (on chargeable basis) or alternatively soak in the ambience at the Picholi Bar, sipping beer or wine.
Visit to Jagriti is included in the fee for the Boat Ride / Boat Charter.