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Rajasthan Places to see RAJASTHAN GARDENS

Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan. It is also known as the pink city. Jaipur is predominantly a city of palaces and monuments. Jaipur is representative of the desert state. It has tons of barren wilderness. However, Jaipur is also a city of gardens. There is immense flora and greenery around Jaipur. The gardens in Rajasthan are wonderfully landscaped. They serve as a visual treat. Sawai Raja Jai Singh, who was Jaipur’s founder, was clearly far-sighted. Vidhyadhar Garden and Kanak Vrindavan Valley are popular gardens in Rajasthan.

Kanak Vrindavan is situated at the foothills of Nahargarh Mountains. This wonderful landscaped garden can be viewed while you tour three forts: Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort, and Nahargarh Fort. The garden has a wonderful temple carved out of beige stone. The temple is replete with marble pillars and lattices.

Sawai Jai Singh in 1728 built a garden for his sisodia queen, who was from Udaipur. The garden was known as Sisodia Rani ka Bagh. The garden is situated nearly 8 km from Jaipur on the road to Agra. The garden has a Mughal-style landscape. It depicts the legendary figures of Radha and Krishna. There are many tiers to the garden. In addition, it has watercourses, beds of flowers, and fountains. The palace house has painted pavilions. The murals depict the stories of Lord Krishna.

Ram Niwas Garden is one of the most popular gardens in Rajasthan. The garden has wonderful surroundings of fountains, rows of flowerbeds, and pools.

Another popular garden in Rajasthan is Gulab Bagh. It means ‘Garden of Roses’. It is located in Sajjan Niwas Park in Udaipur. The garden is home to numerous species of rose from all parts of the globe. Aravalli Express is a toy train that lets you tour the garden.

Sahelion Ki Bari is a famous garden in Rajasthan. It literally means ‘Garden of the Maids of Honor’. It is situated in Udaipur. It was specifically built for the damsels of the royal household. The garden is well planned. There are huge lawns with shady pathways. The nearby Fateh Sagar Lake is a treat for the eyes.

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