Udaipur has an urban population of 608,426 residents. The people of Udaipur come from various backgrounds and ethnicities. Hindus (72%) form a majority of the population, followed by Muslims (15%), Jains (10%), Sikhs (0.8%), Christians (0.63%), Buddhists (0.04%) and others. They live together in peace and harmony and have a very friendly attitude towards immigrants and tourists. They work in various industries like tourism, agriculture, retail and mineral industries. Though western attire is gaining popularity, most of the locals tend to prefer traditional dresses. Men wear ‘angarakha’ and ‘dhoti’ or ‘pajama’ while the women wear ‘choli’ and ‘ghagra’.
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Take a sojourn of the best places to visit in Udaipur and let the magic of the former Mewar capital weave its spell on you! Read on!
Bharatiya Lok Kala Mandal in Udaipur is a must- visit, for those who wish to experience the culture and traditions of Rajasthan.
Planning a holiday to Udaipur need not be expensive, as there are many good, budget-friendly hotels that can cater to your needs.
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