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Gardens in Jaipur

The Indian Royal kings love for gardens is well entrenched in the accounts of Indian history. And nowhere is this history best experienced than in Jaipur city. 

For Jaipur was once fiefdom of Rajputs and Mughals, who in their lifetimes built some of the most astoundingly beautiful gardens of India in this very city. 

Even today, after almost two centuries, that royal aura of bygone years hasn’t diminished from these beautiful gardens in Jaipur.  If anything this royal aura is the very soul of these beautiful gardens of Jaipur and unsurprisingly its magical effect is felt even to this day.

Vidyadhar Garden

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Vidyadhar Garden is where royal history of Jaipur mingles with tranquility of nature in the most remarkable way. It brings forth historical amicable love between Rajput and Mughal by fusing together the Mughali style garden with Rajput architectural buildings overlooking it. 

In fact this garden’s overwhelmingly lush green field gives a feeling that Mother Nature has made a small home here. This garden’s inherent scenic beauty is further exemplified by well maintained fountains, flowerbeds, stunning pavilion structures and scenically beautiful trees.
 
Lastly, regarding the name of this garden, it has been named after 17th century’s genius architecture Vidyadhar Bhattacharya, the man who is credited for planning modern city of Jaipur. 

Ram Niwas Garden

Although this garden may have lost its yesteryear glory, but nevertheless a visit to this garden is still worth it for its deep association with history and more importantly for all the recreation facilities that are located very near it. 

In case if this garden built by legendary king Sawai Raja Pratap Singh does come across as a pale shadow of its glorious past, then you can visit the very famous Albert museum & even zoological garden located in the vicinity of this very garden.

In fact Albert museum’s dominating & vintage architectural building overlooking this garden makes for a pretty interesting view. 

Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh

If Taj Mahal in Agra stands for Emperor Shah Jahan’s eternal love for his wife Mumtaz, then Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh in Jaipur symbolizes Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh’s everlasting love for his queen Sisodia. 

In fact this beautiful garden is replete with feeling of love that literally oozes through its lush greenery, multi-level gardens and Rajputana style pavilions. 

The palace wall’s are laden with mural painting that depict eternal love of Lord Krishna and Radha, which in a way symbolizes the undying love of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh and queen Sisodia.             

Kanak Vrindavan Garden

Gardens in Jaipur

‘Splendidly beautiful’ is the most apt adjective to describe Kanak Vrindavan Garden in Jaipur. After all, it is unarguably the most beautiful garden of Jaipur city. 

This beautiful temple is located in the very heart of Jaipur - merely 8 km north of the Jaipur. However, this temple is so beautiful that had it been located in the outskirts of the city it would have still attracted huge number of tourists.
 
Although it bears all the characteristics of a typical Jaipur garden, i.e. Mughal style garden, Rajput architectural style pavilions, lush greenery, ripples of the cascading waterfalls and well maintained fountains. 


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