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View of Jag Mandir from the south shore of the Pichola Lake, Udaipur

View of Jag Mandir from the south shore of the Pichola Lake, Udaipur

Photographer: Baudesson, O.S.

Medium: Photographic print

Date: 1882

Shelfmark: Photo 1003/(1654)

Item number: 10031654

Genre: Photograph

Photograph of the Gul Mahal in the Jag Mandir on Lake Pichola, Udaipur, from the Archaeological Survey of India Collections, taken by O.S.Baudesson in 1882.

Jag Mandir is a pleasure palace built on an island in Lake Pichola at Udaipur. It was built in the Mughal style and completed under Maharana Jagat Singh I (r.1628-1652). Gul Mahal, the earliest and largest part of Jag Mandir, is a small sandstone pavilion with three circular domed chambers, one above the other, entered through a columned hall. Two marble chhatris with sloping cornices rise above the main facade.

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