Bappa Rawal Panorama at Mathatha opens for public visit

Bappa Rawal Panorama which was inaugurated by former CM Vasundhara Raje one and a half year ago has now been opened for public visit.

The Panorama is located at Mathatha, a small village located in Girwa Tehsil of Udaipur district in Rajasthan. It is situated at a distance of 22km from Udaipur.

Constructed by Rajasthan Heritage Conservation and Promotion Authority, Government of Rajasthan, the Bappa Rawal Panorama is located in the Mathatha in Udaipur. It was inaugurated in August 2018  by the then Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje.

The panorama has been opened to showcase the lives of the great Gods, saints, kings and their personality.

The Bappa Rawal Panorama has been created under the guidance of Shri Onkar Singh Lakhawat, Chairman of Rajasthan Heritage Conservation and Promotion Authority.

According to Mr Lakhawat, the panorama is showcasing the various aspects of Bappa Rawal’s life in 2D, 3D and print modes. The panorama is built near the tomb of Bappa Rawal and a total cost of 1 crore 71 lakhs has been incurred on the construction of the place.

Chief Executive Officer Tikam Chand Bohra has done the script of writing and display plan of this panorama. The glorious history of Rajasthan has been presented in an inspirational way.

Bappa Rawal was a ruler of the Mewar region in Rajasthan. He is also described as a member of the Guhila (Gahlot) clan of Rajputs and thus an ancestor of the Sisodia dynasty. Some of them consider him as the founder of the Guhila dynasty.

Located amidst abundant natural beauty, the Bappa Rawal Panorama in Mathatha near Udaipur boasts a huge 15 feet high statue of Bappa Rawal riding on a horse. The captivating statue is made of gunmetal.

The entry tickets for the panorama are priced at Rs. 10 for adults and Rs.5 for kids below 12 years of age.