WORLD CHESS FEDERATION
3RD N.L. PANDIYAR MEMORIAL
LAKECITY INTERNATIONAL FIDE RATED OPEN CHESS TOURNAMENT
(For below 2300 rating) recognized with world chess federation
[ Event Code No : 60903 / Raj / 2011 ]
Mragnayani Seva Samiti, Udaipur
Under the aegis of
All Rajputana Chess Association
An affiliated unit of
All India Chess Federation
In Rajasthan State
To Play Chess & Enjoy the spring At The Lake City Udaipur
An Oasis in Rajasthan
From 13th Oct., to 17th Oct., 2011
Total Prize Fund Rs. 1,51,000
No. of Prizes 64
Venue: Bhandari Darshak Mandap, Chetak Circle, Udaipur (Raj.)
1st Rs. 25,000/- + Trophy
2nd Rs. 15,000/-, 3rd Rs. 9,000/-
4th Rs. 7,000/-, 5th Rs. 6,000/-, 6th Rs. 5000/-
7th Rs. 4500/-, 8th Rs. 4000/-, 9th Rs. 3500/-, 10th Rs. 3000/-
11th to 20th Rs. 2,000/- each, 21st to 30th Rs 1500/- each,
31st to 35th Rs. 1000/- each.
Best Women - Rs. 1500 Best Player - Rs. 2000
Best Veteran (above 55 ) - Rs. 1500 Best Under 9 - Rs. 1000
Best Under 11 - Rs. 1500 Best Under 13 - Rs. 1000
Best Under 19 - Rs. 1500 Best Under 19 - Rs. 1000
Best Girl Under 19 - Rs. 1500 Best Girls Under 19 - Rs. 1000
Best Rated 1201-1600 - Rs. 1500 Best Rated 1201-1600 - Rs. 1000
Best Rated 1601-2000 - Rs. 1500 Best Rated 1601-2000 - Rs. 1000
Best Unrated - Rs. 1500 Best Unrated - Rs. 1000
ADDITIONAL PRIZES FOR UDAIPUR PLAYERS TALENTS
Best Player - Rs. 750
Best Veteran above 55 - Rs. 750
Best Unrated - Rs. 750
Youngest player – Boy : TROPHY
Best Under 7 - Rs. 750
Best Under 9 - Rs. 750
Best Under 11 - Rs. 750
Best Under 13 - Rs. 750
Youngest Player – Girl : TROPHY
Best Under 15 - Rs. 750
Best Under 17 - Rs. 750
Best Girl Under 19 - Rs. 750
One Special prize at the discretion of the organizers: Rs. 500
Please Note:- 1. For all age categories birth certificate from Municipality, obtained with in one year
of birth (as per AICF guidelines) must be produced.
2. Players qualified for more than one prizes will be considered only for the higher prize.
2201-2300 Rs. 800/- 2001-2200 Rs. 1200/- 1601-2000 Rs.1400/-
1201-1600 Rs. 1600/-, Un-rated Rs. 2000/-
Concesson in each category
For Rajasthan Players Rs. 300/- For Udaipur Players Rated Rs. 300/-, unrated Rs. 500/-
Special Entry fees For Udaipur Under-10 Players « : Rs. 1200/-
[Any Players who participate in National U/13 at Delhi will be given
10% Discount in Entry Fees on submission of adequate proof.]
FREE accommodation[ dormitory] will be provided to all participants
those who send entry before 30th Sep. 2011 along with entry fees. After
that players have to make their own arrangement for stay.
The Last Date for Entry: Oct. 10th, 2011.
[With Late Fees of Rs. 300/- up to 13th Oct., 2011]
ENTRY FEES BY BANK DRAFT FAVORING
“Mragnayani Seva Samiti” PAYABLE AT UDAIPUR.
ENTRY MAY BE SEND to
Vikas Sahu (Organizing Secretary)
41, Satyanarayan Marg, Chhoti Brahmpuri, Udaipur, (Raj.)
E-mail ID: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
website : chessinlakecity.com
PLAYERS ARE REQUESTED TO REPORT AT
Bhandari Darshak Mandap, Chetak Circle, Udaipur (Raj.)
Arrival 13th Oct., 2011; - 9:00 A.M
Inauguration &Player’s meeting: 13th Oct., 2011; - 11:00A.M.
1st Round - 12:00 P.M
2nd Round - 4:00 P.M.
Per day two round.
Closing & Prizes distribution 17th Oct. 2011; - 4:00 PM
Departure 17th Oct. 2011; -5:30 PM onward
System of Play: The Tournament will be played under the FIDE laws of chess. Total Ten rounds shall be
Tiebreak: In case of a tie, the latest FIDE Rules shall be come into effect.
Protest: Protest, if any, against the decision of the Chief Arbiter shall be made in writing with a protest
fee of Rs. 500/- within 30 minutes of the occurrence of the incident. The protest fee will be refunded if
the appeal is upheld.
Appeals Committee: Before the commencement of the tournament, a five-member committee of Appeal
with two reserves shall be formed from amongst the senior participants and officials present at the
Manager's meeting. All the members and reserves shall be from the different States. No member of the
Committee can vote on dispute in which a player from his own State is involved and in such case the
reserve member(s) shall take his place in the committee.
Disqualification: No participant will leave the venue before the Prize Distribution function without the
permission of the Chief Arbiter. The names of participants disregarding this rule will be forwarded to
AICF for disciplinary action
Interpretation: For interpretation of the rule(s) and deciding any point not covered by the above rules of
the tournament, the decision of the Tournament Committee shall be final and binding on all. The
Tournament Committee has every right to make any addition or amendment to these rules, without
notice. Such changes will, however, be displayed in the tournament hall.
Railway concessions: May be had from respective State Associations or may be asked from us giving
Names of players.
Foreign players: Please contact
Mr. P.K. Gupta. Mob.: 09214307020, E-mail ID: email@example.com
All Outstation Players must have ID Proof with them.
Valid AICF Registration for 2011-12 is must for all Players
Those who are not registered may apply for registration along with a fee of
Rs 250/& two ticket size photographs along with Date of Birth certificate
ARCA Registration for 2011-12 is must for All Rajasthan Players
Contact Details of Organizers
Smt. Manju Rajmali
Director, Mragnayani Seva Samiti, Udaipur
In Case Of Emergency, Contact:
Mr. Ajay Ajmera, Treasurer Mr. P K Gupta,Hony. Secretary,
All Rajputana Chess Association, All Rajputana Chess Association,
Cell: 9352544498 Joint Secretary, All India Chess Federation
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Cell: 09214307020
Mr. Rajendra Teli Mr. Y.S. Rathore Mr. Rishi Salvi
National Arbiter Convener A.R.C.A. Arbiter
How To Reach Udaipur
Interested in a tour of Udaipur, this section will help you by providing various means of transport available for reaching Udaipur in Rajasthan.
Reaching Udaipur By Air, Rail & Road
Udaipur by Air The Dabok Airport is about 25 km from the city centre, with regular flight connection
to Jaipur, Jodhpur, Mumbai and Delhi. Taxis are available at airport for transportation
to the city centre.
Udaipur by Road Udaipur is on NH 8 and linked to Jaipur and Mumbai (via Ahmedabad). A regular
Rajasthan Roadways service connects Udaipur to other important centres like Jodhpur,
Ajmer and Chittorgarh.Auto rickshaws and taxis are available for local sightseeing and
Udaipur via Train Udaipur has connection with Delhi, Jaipur, Ahmedabad as well as Mumbai.
Udaipur Map will help you in exploring the city of lakes.
Udaipur By Air
Maharana Pratap Airport Udaipur is located at Dabok, 22 km away from the heart of Udaipur city. Many domestic airlines connect the city to most of the
major cities in India including Kolkata, Jaipur, Delhi and Mumbai. Regular flight services are available from Udaipur to Delhi and Mumbai. Taxi services
are offered at a rate of Rs 400 from airport to Udaipur city. International travelers can get connecting flights from Delhi International Airport, which is at a
distance of 670 km.
Udaipur By Train
Udaipur is located in the main broad gauge railway line and the railway station is connected to all other railway stations in India. Passenger and express
train services are available from Udaipur to nearby cities like Jaipur and Jaisalmer.
Starting Station Train Arrival at Udaipur Service Days
Adi Udz Express 08:05 AM
(19944) (duration: 9h 5m)
Mewar Fast Pass 05:45 PM
(52928) (duration: 10h 35m)
Ajmer (AII) Aii Udz Express 09:20 PM
3 more trains (12992) (duration: 5h 25m)
Bdts Aii Udz Ex 08:55 AM
Bandra Terminus (BDTS) Wed, Fri & Sun
(12995) (duration: 17h 10m)
Chetak Exp 07:50 AM
Delhi S Rohilla (DEE) Tue, Thu & Sat
(12981) (duration: 12h 10m)
Gwl Udz Sup Exp 06:10 AM
Gwalior (GWL) All Days
(12965) (duration: 14h 25m)
Mewar Express 07:20 AM
H Nizamuddin (NZM) All Days
(12963) (duration: 12h 15m)
Udaipur City Ex 07:15 PM
Indore (INDB) Wed, Fri & Sun
(19657) (duration: 11h 10m)
Kota (KOTA) Kota Udz Specia 05:00 AM
1 more train (0981) (duration: 8h 15m)
Annanya Expres 03:30 AM
Sealdah (SDAH) Thu
(12315) (duration: 38h 15m)
Udaipur is well connected by road to major cities in India. Brilliant road network ensure people to enjoy a relaxed journey to and from Udaipur. This mode
of commuting is quite easy and economical. Udaipur Bus Stand has regular bus services, connecting Udaipur with nearby cities including Delhi, Jaipur,
Chittorgarh, Indore, Kota, Ajmer, Ahmedabad and Mt. Abu. Rajasthan Roadways provides the facility of Deluxe Buses and AC coaches for the
convenience of passengers. One can also hire taxis and cars to reach Udaipur by road.
Road : A wide network of bus service link Udaipur with several destinations. Some of the important distance are Agra 630km, Ahmedabad 262 km Jaipur
406 km .Jodhpur 275km and Mount Abu 185km.
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How to Reach Udaipur
Udaipur is located in the western part of the Rajasthan. Udaipur is well connected with Air,Rail(meter guage and, Road Transport. Udaipur City is 260 km from Ahmedabad, 745 km from
Mumbai, 406 km from Jaipur, 665 km from New Delhi.
Air: Indian Airlines & Jet Airways flights operate in the Udaipur-Delhi,Udaipur-Mumbai sector
Rail: Udaipur is connected by direct meterguage train from Delhi and Ahmedbad. For details about schedule,fare,accomadation availability etc. visit web site of Indian Railways
Important Trains connecting Udaipur
Train No Name Originating Stn Dep. Time Destination Stn Arrival time
2963 Udaipur-Nizamuddin Sup. Express Delhi Nizamuddin 19:50 Udaipur city 8.30
2965 Jaipur-Udaipur Sup.Exp Jaipur 21.30 Udaipur city 7.00
432 Mewar Express Ahmedabad 07.05 Udaipur City 17.15
9944 Udaipur Express Ahmedabad 23:05 Udaipur city 07:40
2964 Udaipur-Nizamuddin Sup. Express Udaipur City 21:45 Delhi Nizamuddin 10:25
2966 Udaipur-Jaipur Sup.Exp Udaipur City 20:30 Jaipur 6.00
431 Mewar Fast Pass Udaipur City 9.20 Ahmedbad 21:10
9943 Ahmedabad Express Udaipur City 19:45 Ahmedabad 4:25
Road: Udaipur is well connected with neighbouring major cities by private and State Transport operated buses. "Video Coaches" of Private operators, "Silver lines", Delux, Express and
Airconditioned coaches and ordinary buses of State Transport operates between Udaipur-Jaipur, Udaipur-Delhi, Udaipur-Ahmedbad. Taxi can also be hired from Taxi Stands,Hotels and
Some important road distances from Udaipur :
Ahmedabad 262 Km.
Agra 630 Km.
Ajmer 274 Km.
Bangalore 1742 Km.
Calcutta 1826 Km.
Chittorgarh 112 Km.
Delhi 665 Km.
Jaipur 406 Km.
Jaisalmer 536 Km.
Jodhpur 275 Km.
Mount Abu 187 Km.
Mumbai 744 Km.
Ranakpur 90 Km.
How to reach from :
South India: Take direct train to Ahmedbad or Mumbai. From Mumbai travel either by Rail to Ahmedbad and then take meterguage train or Bus to reach Udaipur or by direct bus to
Udaipur from Mumbai Central/Borivili.
Eastern part of India: Take direct train to Delhi. From Delhi either take train to Udaipur or take bus from ISBT/New Delhi to Udaipur or take Bus from Bikaner House/New Delhi to Jaipur
and then take direct bus from Jaipur to Udaipur. One can also travel by broad guage trains upto Ajmer and then take bus from Ajmer to UdaipurUdaipur is also connected by rail and bus
services with Indore
Udaipur is one of the major tourist centre The city is small ( total 37Sq.Km area and 625 mtrs above MSL) having population of about 4 lakhs. Maximum Summer temperature during
March,April,May & June can go upto 45C. However, nights are very cool. During winter(December-February) minimum temperature can touch 4C. Best time to visit Udaipur is July-
March. Famous Shrinathji Temple at Nathadwara is only 50km from Udaipur. Marble industries at Sukher,Handicrafts. Major touriest attractions are City Palace,Sahaleion Ki Bari,
FateSagar,Moti Magri,Dhood Talai,Gulabh Bagh,Lok Kala Mandhir,Shilpagram etc. Jaisamand Lake (50km),Chittorgrah (112km), Mount Abu (187km),Ranakpur (90km) etc are important
places that can be visited from Udaipur.
Lakes in Udaipur
Pichola Lake derives its name from Pichola Village was
submerged and Maharana Udai Singh enlarged the lake
after he founded the city. He built a masonry dam known
as Badipol and lake is now 4 km long and 3 km wide. This
picturesque lake encloses the Jag Niwas Island and the
Jag Mandir. And, the City Palace extends along its eastern
Fateh Sagar Lake
This delightful lake, bordered by hills and woodland was
constructed by Maharana jai Singh to the north of Lake
Pichola. It is an artificial lake dug up in 1678,
reconstructed by Maharana Fateh Singh A canal links the
two, via Swaroop Sagar and Rang Sagar Lakes. The
beautiful Nehru Island as well as an islet bearing a solar
observatory rises from the lake.
Jaisamand Lake (51kms)
Maharana Jai Sigh had built this picturesque artificial
lake. It the second largest lake in Asia. The lake has
elegant step leading to the water and marble Chhatri
(cenotaphs) on its bank and a small Shiv temple marks
the grace of the lake. On either side are the palaces built
for the king favourite queens. The local tribe for Bhils still
inhabit the island.
On the way to Kumbhalgarh lies their royal lake with a
magnificent dam created in the 17th century offers a
spectacular views of the sunset adorned by beautiful
Torans [arches] and Chhatris And number of attractive
pavilions. Stunning sculpture and Sanskrit verses are
vividly inscribed in store a small counterpart of
Forts & Palaces in Udaipur
City Palace towers over the Pichola Lake. Maharana Uday
Singh initiated in the construction of the palace but
succeeding Maharanas added several palaces and
structures to the complex retained a surprising uniformity
to the design. The entry to the Palace is from the Hati
Pol, the Elephant gate. The Bari Pol or the Big gate brings
you to the Tripolia, the Triple gate. It was once a custom
that the Maharana would weigh under this gate in gold
and silver, which was distributed to the populace. It is
also now the main ticket office.
Fateh Prakash Palace
It's like being cocooned in authentic royal luxury at the
Fateh Prakash Palace, the grand heritage palace of the
HRH group. The warmth of royal hospitality greets you as
you walk along the corridors lined with large paintings of
the Mewar school that flourished in the seventeenth
through nineteenth century.
The Lake Palace
The Lake Palace is located on the Jag Niwas Island and
covers the whole of 1.5 hectare of the island in the
middle of the Pichola Lake. Built by Maharana Jagat Singh
in 1743 it was meant as a royal summer palace and now
converted in to a five star palace hotel. It is a magical
palace and its image in the middle of the lake is like a leaf
straight out of a fairy tale book with an excellent taste of
intricate craftsmanship and the ethnic themes using the
textiles and handicrafts all over highlight the beauty that
is simply beyond compare the lake around makes a
pleasant murmur with its rippling waves and lapping that
adds to the mesmerising moments.
TEMPLES IN UDAIPUR
This is the other island palace in Lake Pichola, which was
constructed by Maharana Karan Singh as a hideout for
Prince Khurram the estranged son of Emperor Jehangir
the implacable foe of the Maharana. The reason for the
aid was that the prince was the son of a Rajput mother. It
is also said that Shah Jahan [prince Khurram] derived
some of these ideas for the Taj Mahal from this palace
when he stayed there in 1623-24. The island has some
striking carving including a row of elephants that looks as
though they are guarding the island. The exquisitely
carved chhatri in grey and blue stone is another example.
Built by Maharana Jagat Singh I in 1651 the temple
enshrines a black stone image of Lard Vishnu. There is a
brass image of Garuda the Lord bird carrier. The exterior
and the plinth are covered with base relief of alligators;
elephants, horsemen and celestial musicians rise in tiers.
A RELIGIOUS COMPLEX Northern region of Mewar (22
Kms) It houses 108 temples chiselled out of sandstone
and marble, this temple of Eklingji was built in 734 AD.
Enclosed by high walls, it is devoted to Eklingji (A form of
Shiv Deity adored under the epithet of EKLINGA).
Nathdwara lies 48 kms from Udaipur and literally means the gateway to
the Lord. This great Vaishnavite shrine was built in the 17th century on
spot exactly defined by the Lord himself. The legends have it that the
image of the Lord Krishna was being transferred to safer place from
Vrindaban to protect it from the destructive wrath of the Mughal