The name of this city has an epic story related to it as well. It is derived from the MahishaSur where Mahisha means “buffalo” and Sur means “devil” and as per Hindu mythology, Mahishasur ruled the ancient parts of the Mysore Kingdom. He was killed by the Goddess Chamundeshwari [Durga] after whom it is named. ‘Mahishapura’ later became Mahisūru/Mysuru (a name which, even now, the royal family uses). And that’s why, Mysuru, Where Demons Ruled.
You can see the lighthouse pointing beam of light at you while you enjoy the clear sky in the night by counting stars. The white sand, the good ambiance, the people, and the cleanliness of the beach, makes you believe in Gods own country.
Surrounded by beautiful Aravalli hills, Udaipur will throw all the royalty right on your face. It has lakes, hills, history, and palaces. You can learn about your history and can feel proud of them as well. While learning about royal rulers, you can also enjoy all the hospitality you can have and don’t forget the great food. Here we are going to tell you how you can have a great trip to Udaipur.
Looking back to my memories, traveling to Kasol gave me one of the best experiences in life. Biking to tosh, random stay, eating at Manikaran Sahib and updating ourselves to the fact that Kasol is a paradise for Israelis.