Udaipur possesses a small town named as Ahar which is famous for its royal cenotaphs and a museum. The Ahar Cenotaphs and Museum in Udaipur are a must places to see. The town was basically used as a cremation grounds for the deceived rulers of the royal Mewar family. Also the archaeological essence of the town makes it quite popular among aspiring archaeologists and students. The Ahar town is famous for its cenotaphs of the royal family and the museum where you can find interesting royal belongings and facts.
About Ahar: The historic town Ahar is situated at a distance of three kilometres from the city Udaipur. You can easily hire a taxi or take a bus to Ahar from Udaipur. The town Ahar is mainly popular for its royal cenotaphs and museum. Students and aspiring archaeologists and architects find this place quite helpful in their fields of study.
The Ahar Cenotaphs are legendary epitomes of the braveness, valour and generousness of the Mewar rulers. It boasts about the royal era of Mewar rulers. Around 19 Mewar rulers were cremated here and in their memory beautiful cenotaphs was built on their cremation place. Tourists and visitors pay homage to the brave rulers and admire the beauty and serenity of the place. The smell of royal blood and the freshness of the valour of Mewar rulers still seems to linger in the place. The roofs, pillars of each cenotaphs are embellished with beautiful carvings and designs, and painted with images of gods while some are painted with the Mewar rulers along with their satis.
While the Ahar Museum holds some of the fine specimens of vintage objects and royal belongings which are quite rare to find and date back to quite many centuries. You must visit Ahar Cenotaphs and Museum to absorb the richness of the royal families of Rajasthan. Ahar is a main tourist spot of Udaipur Ahar Cenotaphs and Museum.
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