Rajsamand is a small town situated 67 km north of the city of Udaipur in Rajasthan. The town got its name from a beautiful lake, Rajsamand Lake, which is located in the town. It is the second-largest man-made lake in the world and was built by Maharaja Raj Singh in the 17th century.
In addition to several historical places located near the town such as Halidighati and Kumbhalgarh, there are several temples and shrines scattered across the town. A trip to Rajsamand is incomplete without exploring its religious places. The famous Vaishnavite temple, Shrinathji Temple, is also situated in Rajsamand. Other temples such as Dwarakadhish Temple, Charbhuja Temple of Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva temples are located across the town.
Rajsamand is also well-known for artifacts made of marble stones and is the largest marble producing region in India. Unlike other parts of North India, Rajsamand has a well-balanced sex ratio of 1:1.