How To Book The Gangaur Boat For The Royal Proposal Like Neha Kakkar’s

Have you seen Neha Kakkar and Rohanpreet Singh’s pictures storming the internet? We are already in awe of the couple and they have again given us netizens super cute couple goals! And this time it’s in UDAIPUR!

The uber-romantic couple arrived in the picturesque city of lakes to celebrate their first wedding  anniversary and it couldn’t have been grand! Neha Kakkar and Rohanpreet booked the Royal Gangaur Boat for their special day.

The couple celebrated their romantic evening amidst the beautiful lake Pichola and that too in the Royal Barge: The Gangaur Boat with a dreamy sunset. Yes! the boat that’s used by the Royal family of Udaipur; The boat we saw in Yaadein and James Bond’s Octopussy; The boat that is super ecstatic; The boat we all want to ride on and wondered if we can book and fulfill our unspoken desires to feel that royalty.

Don’t worry, we’ve got your back and we’re gonna unveil all the drapes on how to book the Gangaur boat for a special occasion like Neha Kakkar’s.

How To Book The Gangaur Boat For A Special Occasion Like Neha Kakkar’s

The 150-year-old Gangaur boat is now managed by The Taj Lake palace and can be booked from there.

Fixed menu.

Cuisine available: Chef’s recommendation, European & Indian.

Dinner time: 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM

Booking Commercial: 75000 INR + taxes (per person)

For bookings, call on +91 294 2428800 


If you too want to have a special evening for your loved ones then consult Believe Happenings on +91 9116146266.


Awaited Mewar Festival – an euphoric celebration of Gangaur

Gangaur Festival Udaipur 2012

Continuing with the mood of festivity and the spirit of celebration, here is the ongoing colorful festival of Gangaur, which commences from the day following Holi and continues for 18 days. Gangaur is one of the local festivals of Rajasthan which is celebrated by the womenfolk with great sparkle and fervor. Started by the rulers of state of Rajputana, this celebration is still continued with the same devotion and glory.

During these 18 days, married women worship Gauri, who epitomizes marital bliss or saubhagya, for the well-being and prosperity of her husband. Unmarried girls also observe fast for being blessed with good husband as Gauri got Shiv as her perfect consort. Girls and women make idols of Isar and Gauri out of clay and decorate them beautifully as if they instill life in those figures. They, themselves, dress up in bright and colorful dresses, prettily and elegantly. They rejoice and make merry, sing and dance throughout these 18 days.

The last day of the festival is a real magnificence and charm when Gauri is bided farewell in a grand procession. Married women place the idols of Isar and Gauri on their heads and take them to a well, pond or a lake while singing traditional songs.

Udaipur celebrates the last three days of Gangaur as “Mewar Festival”. Extending from 25th to 27th March this year, the festival offers a warm welcome to the spring. Women, dressed up in their best attire, take out a procession carrying the idols of Isar and Gangaur through various parts of the city. The procession ends at Gangaur Ghat of Lake Pichola by placing the idols in special boats amidst the air of singing and joy. After that starts the cultural programme which catches every eye with its beautiful performances. These three days of vibrant feast ends with a spectacular display of fireworks.

Lake Pichola During Gangaur

Pictures by : Rohit Gautam