Manek Chowk, which fronts the entrance to the Palace of Kings in the Udaipur City Palace Complex, is the perfect regal venue for a grand wedding of up to 1,000 guests.
Constructed by Rana Karan Singhji during the period 1620-1628, Manek Chowk was used for public meetings, ceremonial processions, horse cavalry, elephant parades, and other festivals. To this day, the Mewar royal family still hold festival and special celebrations there.
Manek Chowk and its beautifully laid out Mughal style garden is perhaps the most recognizable part of the Udaipur City Palace Complex. Its lavish events have captured the attention of the media across India and the world.
A wedding in Manek Chowk, surrounded by the magically illuminated palace under the stars, is exactly what royal fairy tales are made of.