I am still unable to come to terms with the reality of my life, and this world. The larger-than-life bird’s eye-view of the Udaipur city from the sensational — Ropeway in Dudh Talai, Udaipur, has started growing up on me!
I couldn’t wait to hop back into one of those lovely cable cars and experience the enthral all over again!
So, it was last weekend, when I, along with my gang of friends were on the Udaipur city trip. Before commencing our journey, all we knew was that we had to enjoy the trip to the fullest.
The Ropeway outing was an impromptu one as none of us had any idea about it. And that is surely justifiable. One of the newest tourist attractions in Udaipur, the Ropeway only became famous lately.
It is a sort of bridge-cum-cable-car that connects the iconic Dudh Talai Garden with the rustic Karni Mata temple. The Ropeway is strategically set-up between two mighty mountains – on the bank of the Pichola lake.
While on one side there is the hustle and bustle of the vivacious Udaipur city, the other offers amazing views of the Dudh Talai and the Pichola Lake. Both the contrasting phenomena – the ever-moving city and the tranquil natural elements on either sides, are just enough to please the visitors.
Some more awe-inspiring views of Udaipur, in the form of City Palace Complex, Aravalli mountains, and Sajjangarh Fort also add up to the Ropeway experience.
We had gone for a double ride, to and fro. We were charged around Rs 130 per person. As much as I was thrilled in the first ride, the second ride I used to click some amazing snapshots. We clicked around 2-3 dozen photos of the scenery. A couple of them have my crazy friends in hilarious poses!
Finally, all I could say is that the adventure was an amazing lifetime experience. This was the second time I travelled in a cable car. It was similar to the Simla experience I had last year. Truly marvellous.