[ oo-dahy-poor, oo-dahy-poor ]
/ uˈdaɪ pʊər, ˈu daɪˌpʊər /
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a city in S Rajasthan, in NW India.
Also called Mewar. a former state in NW India: merged into Rajasthan state 1948.
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How to use Udaipur in a sentence
It is this style which thirty or forty years later comes to luxuriant maturity in a series of illustrations executed at Udaipur.The Loves of Krishna in Indian Painting and Poetry|W. G. Archer
This wall is being repaired throughout its length by the Maharana of Udaipur.
Their Padre in Udaipur is also an M.D., and of him a rather striking tale is told.
It was reserved for a Rajput Thakur who was going to Udaipur with his "tail."
The Udaipur State has an area of nearly 13,000 square miles and a population of about a million persons.
British Dictionary definitions for Udaipur
/ (uːˈdaɪpʊə, ˈuːdaɪˌpʊə) /
Also called: Mewar a former state of NW India: became part of Rajasthan in 1947
a city in NW India, in S Rajasthan. Pop: 389 317 (2001)
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