Television performer Nakuul Mehta flew down to Udaipur with his artist spouse Jankee Parekh to commend their 6th wedding commemoration, as of late. Nakuul, who has his underlying foundations in Udaipur, had been importance to go to the city with his better half for quite a while but since of expert commitments, he proved unable. This time, to make their exceptional day “additional extraordinary” and furthermore to take a break from the quick paced life of Mumbai, the pair chose to visit the City of Lakes. “Life in Mumbai is so quick paced that you pay special mind to places that are tranquil. Since I am from Rajasthan, Udaipur specifically, I thought there can be no other place superior to this city that could fill our need. I might likewise want to concede that as I am developing more seasoned, I am starting to appreciate Rajasthan more than I used to do before,” said Nakuul.
He went ahead to include, “Now and then, you tend to underestimate your own particular city, not understanding how wonderful it is. In any case, as it’s been said, the sooner you understand the better. Presently, the two of us have chosen to visit no less than one place in Rajasthan consistently.”
image1Jankee and Nakuul at Lake Pichola
Discussing this excursion, Nakuul imparted to us, “We were in Udaipur for three days. We were generally in the inn, we turned out poorly much. Nonetheless, we went to Lake Pichola and delighted in the pontoon ride. We strolled down the old city and went to Jagdish Temple and Bagore-Ki-Haveli; Jankee adored the manikin appear at the haveli. I at that point took her to our tribal house where I used to come amid my late spring occasions. I have never lived in Udaipur. I was conceived in Mumbai however I have lived crosswise over India in light of the fact that my dad was in the Indian Navy.”
image2 Jankee and Nakuul posturing at one of the Udaipur inns
Nakuul revealed to us that they glutted on dal baati churma, ker-sangri and other Rajasthani delights. “Jankee is Gujarati yet she adores Rajasthani dishes,” he said. A nostalgic Nakuul likewise imparted an interesting memory of Udaipur to us. “Indeed, this is the most bizarre memory as well. I recall that when I used to come to Udaipur to visit my grandparents, I used to experience considerable difficulties utilizing the Indian-style toilets. That used to be one major battle for me,” he giggled.