Udaipur is an exotic tourist destination located at a distance of around 53 km from Keylong in Himachal Pradesh. Positioned at an elevation of 2523 m above sea level, Udaipur is placed at the intersection of the Mayar Nullah. Earlier the place was known as Markul or Margul, and later in the year 1695 it was renamed as Udaipur by Raja Udai Singh of Chamba.
The entire village is surrounded by kail (blue pine) forests. Being situated on a low altitude, dry fruits like walnuts and apricots, and apples grow here. Hermann Goetz, the renowned German composer, who visited the place in 1939, complimented about the natural beauty of the village and compared its scenery with Swiss hillsides.
The place is known for the Trilokinath Temple and the Markula Devi Temple. These two religious sites attract a large number of devotees and tourists from all over the country.