Udaipur: As seen from the eyes of a seven year old

In Udaipur, I went to Gulaab bagh.There were many flowers and trees.

There was a toy train. My Papa took me in that toy train. The toy train goes through Gulaab bagh.

The toy train

There were many animals in Gulaab bagh zoo. I saw Cheetah, Bear and Deer from the toy train.

The toy train stopped and then we walked on the acupressure road.

We went to Sukhadia circle. There we took a boat and did boating in it. There was a fountain.


The water falls down from the fountain. We went near the fountain and the water fell on us. We quickly went away from the fountain. Our boating time finished and we came out.

There was also a lake Palace in Lake Pichhola. We did boating in Pichhola also.

Lake Palace hotel in the Lake Pichhola

I stayed at my grandfather’s house. The house is old. There were two terraces. We can see all the city from the upper terrace. There were monkeys on my grand father’s school. Grandfather called the monkeys to eat bread. But they did not come.

One night we went to Natraj hotel to eat dinner. There were many food items in the plate. The food was very tasty.


  • Patrick Jones says:

    The young writer does it again!

    Beautiful pics, Rachit.

  • Rachit khamesra says:

    Patrick Jones

    Thank you.

    Papa has taken the photos.

  • Ram Dhall says:

    Dear Rachit,

    You seem to be growing fast both in age as well as intellect.

    May God bless you and the family.

  • nandanjha says:

    :-) very well written Rachit.

    I have been to that Toy train as well. Pihu was just 4 odd months old and she enjoyed it totally.

    If I am not wrong then Natraj is one of the expensive/up-market hotels and probably serves Non-Veg. We were referred this hotel since non-veg was not something commonly found (I know I was not in Bhatinda) but we were not too excited, it was pretty darkish and a little gloomy inside.

    Have you tried the Thali at ‘The Garden’ restaurant. Its on the backside of the park, guess its called Sajjan singh park or something like that, where you went. Now there is a hotel as well within that same complex.

  • Sudhir says:

    Rachit does it again. Nicely written post and ably supported by beautiful pics. You seem to be following in your dad’s footsteps. Keep going !!!
    P.S: the thali looks yummy.

  • Rachit Khamesra says:


    I am learning. Thank you for your blessings.

  • Rachit Khamesra says:


    You also went to Gulab bag and Natraj hotel ! No we didn’t try the thali at Garden restaurant.

  • Rachit Khamesra says:


    The food was yummy.


  • Manish khamesra says:


    Hotel Natraj is near railway station and it is a pure vegeterian restaurant. They provide unlimited thali in 100 Rupees. In-fact its very popular among the locals and many Gujarati tourists.

    I heard that Garden restaurant is also good but Natraj is better among the two. And yes the Sajjan Singh Park is the one that locals popularly call Gulaab bagh.

    Thanks Patrick, Ram Uncle, Nandan and Sudhir from my side also for your comments and blessings :) Rachit loves his interaction with all you guys.

    Rachit was a little upset looking that he has only two posts under his name and his dad has 19. He is the one who has always been better than his dad. So expect a few more posts from him soon :)

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