October to March offer the best period to visit Udaipur, though the area is pleasant around the calendar. Monsoon (July to September) make the city more humid than the rest of the year but perhaps also more lush green, enhancing the area's natural gifts. Hence monsoon is also a good time to visit Udaipur, especially because all surrounding cities except for Mount Abu are relatively hotter than Udaipur. Summers should be avoided, but travellers can still visit Udaipur as it's not as hot as compared to other parts of Rajasthan and West India.
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A festival is organised during Amawasya at the Fateh Sagar Lake offering spectactular reflections of the surrounding hills in the water. The roller coasters, ferris wheels and unlimited food and sweet stalls offer a glimpse into Rajasthani culture like no other.
The Mewar Spring Festival celebrated in Udaipur is the perfect depiction of Rajasthani Culture. A procession of beautifully attired Rajasthani women carry images of the Goddess Parvati to Lake Pichola. The spectacular ending to the festival is given by a fireworks display.