A popular landmark in Udaipur, Sukhadia Circle also known as Sukhadia Square is a majestic turn around on the road to Ranakpur and Mt. Abu in Panchawati, the northern suburb of city. Sukhadia Circle has been named after Mohan Lal Sukhadiathe erstwhile Chief Minister of Rajasthan and a native of Udaipur. Built in 1968 and opened for public in 1970, Sukhadia Circle has an amazing 21 meter height 3 tiered fountain in the center surrounded by a circular pond. At the top of the fountain, there is a wheat ear motif structure representing the prosperity. Sukhadia Circle is popular hangout among native as well as foreigner as a recreational center and meeting place. Children can make fun with duck shaped paddle boats and toy trains. Having a beautiful garden along with many stalls of fast food, tea and local handicrafts, Sukhadia Circle is a favorite spot to spend leisure time especially in the evenings. At night, Sukhadia Circle provides a striking view with the illumination of lights.