Travel

6 THINGS TO REMEMBER BEFORE YOU BOOK A TAXI!

Posted by Udaipur Rides on July 10, 2018

 
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Taxi services or Car Rental Services in udaipur have become an integral part our day to day lives! They facilitate you with travel options on the go and make your journey calculations little less traumatic!

But before you pack your bags and hop in, make sure you remember these 6 rules of hiring a taxi!

1. Have A Price Check

Before finalising your taxi service in udaipur, have a proper analysis of their fare criteria per kilometer. Check whether the overall bill fits in your budget. In order to ensure your decision, compare the prices of other taxi services in the market.

2. Safe & Secure

Your safety must be of utmost priority to the company. Therefore, it is very important that your assigned driver must be well equipped with proper license and knowledge of driving rules and regulations.

3. Reliable & Trustworthy

Your taxi service in Udaipur  must be reliable. You wouldn't want to arrive late in case your driver isn't punctual or decides to not show up at all.

4. Skilled Driver

Your allotted driver must be well aware of your destination routes and quite efficient in road mapping. And if not so, make sure your hired vehicle is well equipped with a navigation system. For example, if you're planning a weekend getaway to Udaipur, ensure that he/she is familiar with the routes to the most famous visiting points in Udaipur, Rajasthan.

5. Type Of Car

Everybody needs a car according to their needs. For example, you wouldn't want 5 seater car with less leg room if you're on your way to visit the most famous local sightseeing points in Udaipur, Rajasthan along with your family! Also, your hired car must be efficient for the luggage you carry along with you.

6. Driver Check

Have a thorough check of your driver’s background before you onset your journey. It’s essential that your driver posses qualities like punctuality, professionalism, cleanliness, and politeness. 

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Travel

Things You Can Do While Travelling From Ahmedabad to Udaipur

Posted by Udaipur Rides on July 10, 2018

 
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Are you a frequent commutator between Ahmedabad and Udaipur? And just like me you too are sick and tired of those monotonous bus rides which seem like forever to arrive at the destination?

You can chill now, we’re here to get you out of the boredom trap

Here are some things which you can do to make your journey between the two cities tad bit interesting:

1.    Polish your organizer skills

Get yourself some notebook and pens and prepare yourself an itinerary for your stay in the city of lakes- Udaipur. Sort out the most famous visiting points in Udaipur, Rajasthan and assign suitable time slots to each. Voila here you, go! Who needs MakeMyTrip eh? ;)

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Nature Heals

Rubus ellipticus berries

Posted by Sheikh Gulzaar on June 30, 2018

 
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Rubus ellipticus, commonly known as Golden Himalayan Raspberry or as yellow Himalayan
Himalayan High Bush berries
Raspberry, is an Asian species of thorny fruiting shrub in the rose family. It is native to China, theKashmir, Indochina, and the Philippines.
More details at : http://jkmpic.blogspot.com/2018/06/raspberry-plant-seeds-kashmir.html

Travel

Book Udaipur to Mount Abu Taxi

Posted by Udaipur Rides on June 30, 2018

 
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Planning a trip from Udaipur to Mount Abu? Choose Udaipur Rides' Udaipur to Mount Abu Taxi service. Apart from high-class services, we have a completely transparent billing policy - that means no hidden charges!

Mount Abu is rated as the one and only Hill station in Rajasthan, and if you are planning to visit this astonishing city, then Udaipur Rides is available near you with their “
Udaipur to Mount Abu taxi” service at affordable price.

Mount Abu: Mount Abu is 165-170 km from Udaipur, which is also called Dev Bhumi (Land of Gods). The mountain is home to several Hindu temples, including the Adhar Devi Temple, carved out of solid rock. The Shri Raghunathji Temple; and a shrine and temple to Dattatreya built atop the Guru Shikhar peak and a number of Jain temples including Dilwara Temple, a beautiful temple carved of white marble built between the 11th and 13th centuries CE.

Udaipur to Mount Abu Car Rental and Taxi Options

When you rent a car from Udaipur to Mount Abu, we'll help you pick from a range of taxi options. Whether you're looking for budget, comfortable car, large car or a luxury car for your trip, rest assured, you can choose one that suits your needs best. You can choose between an Indica, Sedan, Innova or luxury cars like BMW or Mercedes depending on the duration of your trip and group size.

You can book a taxi that's convenient for you from Udaipur Rides’s range of car rental options in Udaipur. nevertheless of whether you choose to go on a day-long trip or a more extended vacation, our air-conditioned cars will keep you comfortable on your journey. Below is a summary of our Udaipur to Mount Abu car hire and taxi offerings:

Read more here: 

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Eco-tour

This Island Park In Udaipur Is Too Stunning To Be Missed!

Posted by Udaipur Rides on June 30, 2018

 
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Situated amidst the mighty Aravalli Range, Udaipur City of Rajasthan is a natural wonder and its beauty isn't unknown to the world either! Thanks to its dazzling lakes and picturesque gardens, it has won itself the title of Kashmir Of The West.

Being a tourist's paradise, there are numerous visiting points in Udaipur Rajasthan and the island park - Nehru Garden one more jewel in the scintillating city of Udaipur.

Named after the Indian Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, the park opened for public on 14th November 1967 and since then has been beckoning many tourists.

The surreal boat ride to reach this oval island is amusing itself and the magic increases once you step inside. With lush green gardens and a spectrum of vivid flora and the breath taking view of the glaring Fateh Sagar Lake, it's an absolute eye candy for any visitor. A walk down the flower beds and the solicitous vibe of the staggering lily pond is unmatchable.

Nehru park udaipur

We highly recommend you to visit this oval island park if you're planning a trip to the Lakecity.

Visiting Time:  Monday - Sunday  9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Entry Fee: 15- 30 INR per person (for Indian visitors),  60 - 125 INR per person ( for foreign visitors)

How To Reach: Browse through the list of several taxi services in Udaipur Rajasthan to reach to the Fateh Sagar Lake from where you can take a boat ride to reach the Nehru Garden.

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Travel

Amazing Golden Triangle Holiday Tour

Posted by Uday on June 30, 2018

 
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Golden Triangle India

So called because the tour route roughly makes a triangle.  New Delhi - Agra - Jaipur. But not all tour operators stick to this itinerary Ranthambhore, Bharatpur is added often. If so desired the tour is extended to  Udaipur and other destinations in the Rajasthan State. 


Golden Triangle is one of the most popular package subscribed by the overseas visitors to India. The possibility of tiger is enhanced by the visit to Ranthambore while sightseeing at New Delhi, Agra and Jaipur is assured. 


The tour culminates at New Delhi where a visit to Red Fort and Qutub Minar is organised. If the stay is extended then one can also visit Swami Narayan Temple, Humayun Ka Makbara and Bahai Temple. The temples are modern marvels while the rest are of the Mogul period. But then the Capital City has much more to offer to those who stay for a longer time. 


The next destination is Agra an approximately six hour journey is carried out by taxi. This is convenient because you can see other places like Fatehpur Sikri and Red Fort at Agra besides Taj Mahal.  


Jaipur is entirely different in all aspects. This is the State of valiant Rajput warriors and the Marwari business community. Stretched in the desert like other Rajasthani cities Jaipur is also known as the Pink City. The name is derived due to plethora of pink buildings all over.

The town has many architectural wonders to see namely the City Palace, Jantar Mantar and Nahargarh Fort. There are more such places in this town but a visit to the Havelis is also in the itinerary. These are houses of people with princely status and businessmen. They are wonderful and awe inspiring as the Royal residences and forts. The crux is the intricate art displayed inside and outside the structure. fresco, paintings, statues, unique architecture makes it worth a visit. 


Next follows a six hour tour to Sawai Madhopur. This trip is for tiger safaris at Ranthambore to see the majestic animal. The chance to see the big cat in its natural habitat makes it a great holiday.   


The package Golden Triangle ends at Ranthambhore in Rajastahan. You will surely enjoy this package tour and come for another visit.                       

Books

Steed of the Jungle God

Posted by Susan Sharma on June 25, 2018

 
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Steed of the Jungle God

      
Steed of the Jungle God
Raza H.Tehsin with Arefa Tehsin

-Review by Dr.Susan Sharma

In India, there is still a sizable section of our population who co-exist with the wildlife around them;  many even with large animals like elephants, bison, leopards and tiger. While the call of the modern world has erased many skills they had living in harmony with nature around them, a generation still lives which is a veritable store house of knowledge about animal behaviours and tribal customs.  The book I am reviewing here is written by a highly qualified  and rational veteran of those times.  

Raza H. Tehsin has served in an honorary capacity as the Wildlife Warden of Udaipur for 33 years. He has penned many books and research articles.  But "Steed of the Jungle God" stands apart as a beacon to conservationists around the world.

While Raza's early hunting expeditions with his father and brother taught him animal behaviour, the insights gained as he matured transformed him into a hands on conservationist and rationalist in later years.

The stories Raza relates are penned by his writer daughter Arefa Tehsin and the 142 page volume reads like a Ruskin Bond offering - its simple, visual story telling bringing  the Aravali jungles alive before the reader.  The 20 different stories bound together organically -almost cinematically- giving the reader a peep into the times 

"when tigers and panthers roamed the hills and valleys of Udaipur, Rajasthan"

"When River otters decamped with fish catches of fishermaen"

"When the great horned owll, with its amazing mimicry skills, fooled many people to believe in ghosts".

Raza's acknowledgement of tribal knowledge shines through in many tales.  I quote from page 75 "I was amazed to see Bhagga's jungle knowledge.  I purposely asked him on several occasions about different pugmarks that we stumbled upon and without a moment's hesitation he identified them correctly.  Not only this, but he also guessed most accurately as to how old the pugmark was - whether of the same morning, the night before or older than that, in which direction the animal had gone and if it had stayed at a particular place for some time.  I found a wet stone on the hard ground and asked Bagga about it.  He lifted it, sniffed it and informed that recently a hyena had urinated there.  After going a few yards, we came across fresh pugmarks of a hyena."


In tale no.16, read the heart-rending story of the grown-up tiger cub who lives for his mother. 

In tale no. 18, the last episode recounts the successful rescue of a panther and a jackal by the forest department from a well where they had fallen. The jackal chose to ride on the panther to escape drowning!

Tale no.20 is titled "Steed of the Jungle God" -Devta Ka Ghoda-by the authors.  The title refers to a Giant of a Man who lived and died in the jungle as a "wolf -boy".  

Raza H.Tehsin richly deserves that title, I thought.  

Buy this book at Rs 575/- from National Book Trust, India.  The print is excellent, the size reader friendly.  One must read the book from beginning to end-though there are 20 different tales, they are intertwined and grow on each other. The tales are also superbly illustrated.  

Steed of the Jungle God is the story of the making of a rational wildlife conservationist who is credited with the initiation of wildlife conservation movement in Southern Rajasthan.  Persistent lobbying by Raza succeeded in getting three wildlife sanctuaries notified in Udaipur.

Travel

Book Udaipur to Ahmedabad Taxi

Posted by Udaipur Rides on June 19, 2018

 
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Udaipur to Ahmedabad Taxi

Udaipur to Ahmedabad 

Ahmedabad is the largest city of Gujrat, located on the banks of Sabarmati river. The road journey from Udaipur to Ahmedabad is beautiful with views of natural landscapes.

The best way to travel is to take Udaipur to Ahmedabad taxi, which can be easily booked through Udaipurrides.com.

If you are planned to travel between Ahmedabad and Udaipur, then Udaipur Rides taxi service is the best option. The distance between Ahmedabad to Udaipur is 262 km, and it takes 4.30-5.00 hours drive.

You can easily book any type of car for your Udaipur to Ahmedabad trip depending on your requirement. You can book taxi with Udaipur Rides 24/7 without any hassle with our easy-to-use booking interface.

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Travel

The Unending Blue - Badi Talab

Posted by Udaipur Rides on June 19, 2018

 
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Festooned with an abundance of scintillating lakes and picturesque landscape, Udaipur City of Rajasthan is on the bucket list of many travelers around the world for all the right reasons.

Located amidst the rugged range of Aravallis, Udaipur offers an idyllic hideaway to the tourists away from the buzz and flux of the cities into the tranquility of the scintillating water bodies and awe-inspiring forts and palaces.

Making its space in one of the most visited local sightseeing points in Udaipur is the Badi Lake, also known as Jiyan Sagar.

Read Full article here: Badi Lake Udaipur.

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National Parks

Kaziranga National Park

Posted by kundal roy on June 17, 2018

 
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Famous for highest density of one horned Rhinos. Also known as the place of Big 5 this park is also famous for different migratory Birds tribal villages lush green Tea estates.. The river dolphins are the famous attraction of this Area. There are four ranges in this park. The central western Ghrakati and the Agrotali range. Out of this the western range is best know for Jeep and Elephant safari. Safari timings 5 Am and 530 Am .Duration 2 hours. This is advisable to go for Jeep Safari in the evening and Elephant safaris in the morning.  For further details you can follow the below given link.http://kamakshitours.com
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