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Rajasthan Places to see SISODIA RANI KA BAGH

Sisodia Rani ka Bagh is situated on the road to Agra. It is located in a steep gorge in the walled city’s southeastern corner. During the 18th and 19th centuries, numerous landscaped gardens were built by kings and their courtiers. Of all the gardens, the most famous and largest garden was built by Sawai Jai Singh II for his queen. The garden was named Sisodia Rani ka Bagh.


The garden has many tiers and levels to it. Sisodia Rani ka Bagh is replete with watercourses, painted pavilions, and fountains. Of all the gardens, the best-preserved is the Vidyadhar ka Bagh, built by the founder of the city: Vidyadhar. The garden is replete with wonderful, shady trees, a pavilion that is open, and majestic, flowing water. In addition, there are numerous suites.

Sisodia Rani ka Bagh
is a wonderful garden separated from Jaipur by a distance of 10 km. It lies near the Jaipur-Agra Highway. Sisodia Bagh is a famous attraction of Jaipur, which is a charming city. Sisodia Rani ka Bagh serves as a symbol of love. It is an amazing sight to the beholder.


The garden served as a perfect getaway for Jaipur’s queen. The queen has spent lots of time here in utter relaxation amidst nature. The world of politics was left far behind at the Royal palace. The garden is home to aromatic shrubs and an exquisite collection of plants. It served as an ideal sanctum for the royalty. Sisodia Rani ka Bagh has been a haven for crowned heads and ladies belonging to royalty. However, in present times the garden is open to everyone.


The garden’s structure is heavily influenced by Mughal architecture. The garden has a wonderful design. The eternal love between Radha and Krishna seems to be the predominant theme of the Sisodia Rani ka Bagh. The garden strikes a chord with the spectator’s visual and artistic tastes. The garden is famous for its fountains and painted galleries and pavilions. The intriguing frescos depict Krishna and Radha in traditional poses. Their appearance seems divine, and it continues to enthrall its visitors.


Its charm and wonderful landscaping are what sets it apart from other gardens. The garden combines human skill with nature’s beauty. A visit to Jaipur is largely incomplete if you skip this garden. The garden is a true, visual treat.

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