Dental Tourism

Dental Tourism

India is always known for its versatility and diversity. It is a land of voyages which offers amusing trips to its travelers across the globe. Rajasthan is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India, for both domestic and international tourists. Rajasthan attracts tourists for its historical forts, palaces, art and culture. Every third foreign tourist visiting India also travels to Rajasthan as it is part of the Golden Triangle for tourists visiting India. The palaces of Jaipur, the lakes of Udaipur, and desert forts of Jodhpur, Bikaner & Jaisalmer are among the most preferred destinations of many tourists.

Dental Tourism is the act of traveling outside of your home country to obtain dental care. While dental tourists may travel for a variety of reasons, those reasons are usually driven by cost considerations. While cost is still a driving factor, these days, many travelers see dental tourism as an opportunity to get the healthcare they need at an affordable cost, while taking advantage of their recuperation time in a an exotic and desirable vacation destination. Udaipur, which is fondly known as The Venice of the East offers ample range for Dental treatment. The idea is based more on having a medical vacation experience that can soothe the patient, both physically and emotionally. The experience is meant to be for rejuvenation as well as serving the purpose of curing your ailment.Our Clinic offers various packages to cater your need. The packages include treatments like implants for missing teeth,root canal treatment,fixed teeth, full mouth rehabilitation, porcelain crown and bridges, and cosmetic treatment like teeth whitening,smile makeovers. Udaipur casts its spell and everyone gets mesmerized by it!There are a variety of fascinating places to visit in Udaipur, like, The magnificient City palace, The gorgeous in water Lake palace and Jagmandir, the serene Lake Pichola, the ever happening and dear to each Udaipurite, Fatehsagar Lake, the symbol of the Regal culture, The Sajjangarh fort, the beautiful shrine, Jagdish temple, the astonishing Ahar Cenotaphs and so on!


The Chittor Fort or Chittorgarh is one of the largest forts in India. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The fort was the capital of Mewar and is located in the present-day town of Chittor. It sprawls over a hill 180 m (590.6 ft) in height spread over an area of 280 ha (691.9 acres) above the plains of the valley drained by the Berach River. The fort precinct has several historical palaces, gates, temples, and two prominent commemorative towers


The Sanwaliaji temples of the Dark Krishna are situated on the Chittorgarh – Udaipur Highway, at the town of Bhadsora, Mandaphiya, and Chapar, about 40 kilometers from Chittorgarh. The deity is also known as Shri Sanwaria Seth.The legend has it that in the year 1840, a milkman named Bholaram Gurjar had a dream of three divine idols buried underground in the Chapar village of Bhadsoda-Bagund; on digging out the site, three beautiful idols of Lord Krishna were discovered as revealed in the dream. One of the statues was taken to Mandaphiya, one to Bhadsoda and the third remained at Chapar, at the very place where it was found. All three locations became temples. These three temples are located close to each other, within a 5 km distance. The three temples of Sanwaliya Ji became renowned and devotees visit them in large numbers since then. Among these three temples, Mandaphia Temple is recognized as the Sanwalia Ji Dham (abode of Sanwaliya).


Padmini’s Palace or Rani Padmini’s Palace is a white building and a three-storied structure (a 19th-century reconstruction of the original). It is located in the southern part of the fort. Chhatris (pavilions) crown the palace roofs and a water moat surrounds the palace. This style of the palace became the forerunner of other palaces built in the state with the concept of the Jal Mahal (palace surrounded by water). According to legends, it is at this Palace where Alauddin was permitted to glimpse the mirror image of Rani Padmini, wife of Maharana Rattan Singh. It is widely believed that this glimpse of Padmini’s beauty besotted him and convinced him to destroy Chittor to possess her. Maharana Rattan Singh was killed and Rani Padmini allegedly committed Jauhar. Rani Padmini’s beauty has been compared to that of Cleopatra and her life story is an eternal legend in the history of Chittor. The bronze gates to this pavilion were removed and transported to Agra by Akbar.


Menal is a small village situated in the district of Chittorgarh located on the Chittor-Bundi Road about 90 kilometres from the city. The hamlet is a major attraction in Rajasthan because of its ancient temples, traditional architecture, nature and the rich culture of Rajasthan. Menal is a preferred picnic spot because of its beautiful landscape and proximity to Chittorgarh, Rawatbhata, Mandalgarh, Bhilwara and Shahpura. The ancient monuments and the scenic beauty of the location also draw nature lovers, architecture enthusiasts and photographers who are continually searching for offbeat places. 

Menal is a part of the Begun Tehsil in Chittorgarh District. The village is managed by Menal Panchayat. The population of the town is around 350 people making it a less crowded getaway for tourists and picnickers. The ruins of the hamlet have a unique vibe and give a glimpse into the lifestyle of the dynasties who ruled the region since 11th Century AD. The village and the temples were often visited by Prithviraj Chauhan during the summers to escape the heat. The ruins have a story to tell to everyone who is willing to listen. Do taste the local cuisine while exploring the village. Tourists will cherish every bit of this beautiful hamlet for life.


One of the most fascinating places in Chittorgarh is Kalika Mata temple. This temple belongs to the 14thcentury. It said that the temple which is placed across Padmini Palace was originally a temple of the Sun God, which was built here during the 8th century. This temple was destroyed after the attack by Allaudin Khilji. Dedicated to Goddess Kali (one of the forms of Maa Durga), this temple is an architectural gem that belongs to the Pratihara times. Thus, this temple is not only a popular religious site but is also quite popular among tourists and art lovers who visit Chittorgarh.


Vijay Stambha, also known as victory tower, is a piece of resistance of Chittorgarh. It was constructed by the king of Mewar, Rana Kumbha to celebrate his triumph over the combined forces of Malwa and Gujarat led by Mahmud Khilji, in 1448. The mighty tower was constructed between the period of 1458 and 1488 and is so tall and massive that it is visible from any part of the city. Hence, the entire town can be viewed from here.


At a distance of 7.7 km from Chittorgarh Railway Station, Fateh Prakash Palace is situated near Rana Kumbha Palace and close to the Badi Pol inside Chittorgarh Fort Complex.

Fateh Prakash Palace was built by Rana Fateh Singh and has been named after him. This magnificent double storeyed palace is a grand specimen of modern Indian architecture. This is an edifice with a tower on each of its four corners crowned by domed chhattries. The palace illustrates the maharaja’s inclination towards art and is famous for the pillars and corridors. During the year 1968, a big portion of the palace was converted into a public museum.