In twelve hours, or thereabouts, the seventy miles between Chitor and Udaipur would be accomplished.
It was reserved for a Rajput Thakur who was going to Udaipur with his "tail."
But shortly before the departure, the Padre-Sahib, who knows every one in Udaipur, read a sermon in a sentence.
Their Padre in Udaipur is also an M.D., and of him a rather striking tale is told.
The Udaipur State has an area of nearly 13,000 square miles and a population of about a million persons.
The Jaipur troops were much on a par with those of Bhopal and Udaipur.
For this reason it is that certain practices are to this day observed at Udaipur.
The State of Udaipur is as backward as Jeypore is advanced—if we judge it by the standard of civilisation.
This wall is being repaired throughout its length by the Maharana of Udaipur.
Arm-venders in Udaipur are a sincere race, for they sell to people who really use their wares.