Bharat Lok Kala Museum
Bharat Lok Kala Museum is one of the enchanting tribal and folk arts centers, which were established to promote, revive and preserve culture, theatre, local tradition and folk arts of Udaipur. Bharat Lok Kala Museum hosts beautiful folk art and sculptural representationslikewise wall paintings of Pichwai, musical instruments, an assortment of folk woodcraft and many more. Oreover, the Museum employs researchers conducting surverys, identifying artists as well as creating a platform in order to bring the folk-art skills to the forefront.
To visit Bharat Lok Kala Museum, the guests can stay in Udaipur City Hotels surrounded by the Aravalli hills that have fascinated tourists from many decades. Udaipur is known best for its warm hospitality and includes a wide variety of hotels catering to the needs and requirements of the tourists. You can find an amount of diversified accommodation places in Udaipur ranging from high-end travelers hotels to budget hotels.
List of hotels in Udaipur to visit Bharat Lok Kala Museum
• Rang Niwas Palace Hotel
Lake Palace Road
Rajasthan - 313001
Tariff: Rs 900/- up to Rs 3000/-
• Paras Mahal
Near Paras Talkies
Rajasthan - 313002
Tariff: Rs 4200/- and onwards
• Fateh Prakash Palace
Rajasthan - 313001
Tariff: Rs 10,000/- and onwards
Type: Luxury Hotel
Best time to visit Bharat Lok Kala Museum
The best time to visit Udaipur is in the months of September and March.
How to reach Bharat Lok Kala Museum
By air: Udaipur is the closest place to visit Bharat Lok Kala Museum. Udaipur has its own airport connected well with all the major cities.
By rail: In order to visit Bharat Lok Kala Museum, Udaipur is the only place having its own railway network well interlinked with other country parts.
By road: Transportation services like buses and taxies are easily accessible to reach Udaipur since it is interlinked with all the metro cities.
Major places to visit in and around Bharat Lok Kala Museum
• Lake Pichkola
• Jagdish Temple
• Ulab Bagh
• City Palace
• Bagore Ki Haveli
• Fateh Sagar lake
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