The Sukhadia Circle has been named after the first chief minister of Rajasthan, Mohan Lal Sukhadia.
Sukhadia Circle with a garden and large fountain surrounded by a pond, it also offers boating facility.Often referred to as Sukhadia Square, it is a turn around in Panchawati, the city’s northern suburb. Opened in 1970, the square has three tiered fountain in its centre. In order to attract kids, it has been provided with some duck shaped paddle boats and toy trains.
Beautiful garden between the city and Sukhadia Circle. Full of different green trees. Food stalls, Ice cream parlour available for refreshments. Beautiful Lake in the centre of Garden is a main attraction of this garden. It is lovely to enjoy paddle boating with colourful boats in the lake.
Good place to visit. Enjoyed horse riding, camel riding and boating. Get relaxed by boating and seeing the fountain during night. Good place for kids to enjoy. Variety of food, including light snacks.
Sukhadia Circle is a large Broad And Famous Square and beautiful centre in the city’s northern suburb and is a popular recreational nucleus. It is situated in Panchawati a superb of Udaipur on Ranakpur-Mount Abu Road. It was built in 1968 by white marble in the shape of Wheat-ear motif as a sign of prosperity which is having a height of 21 feet and three tired beautiful fountain situated at the centre of the circular tank or pond, and it was opened for public in 1970. Here boating, camel rides, and horse rides are offered. For children and families it is a great attraction kids play zone, beautiful lawns and sit-outs. As numerous food stall and varieties of Rajasthani food is available. This circle was decorated with magnificent and modern lighting on 27 May 2005, which provides a fabulous look in the Nights. This circle was named in the memory of Late Mohan Lal Sukhadia who was the Chief Minister of Rajasthan and who was a native of Udaipur.
It is very close to many attractions and having many restaurants like Saffron, Pizza Corner, South-Indian & Chinese Point etc. It is quite close from City Palace and easy to reach for visitors.
Sukhadia Circle was built in 1968 and opened for public in 1970. It has been named after Late Mohan Lal Sukhadia, the ex-Chief Minister of Rajasthan and a native of Udaipur.
- The Sukhadia circle is usually very busy during the weekends which one may want to avoid. For those who want to sit back and relax, various activities such as boat rides are available here.