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Gardens in Jaipur

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6 AM to 7 PM Daily
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Vidyadhar Ka Bagh, Nehru Bal Udyan, Kesar Kyari Bagh others

Jaipur often connoted as “the pink city” though being located near the barren Thar, is very famous for its green lush beautiful gardens. The presence of these alluring gardens apart from the forts, temples and monuments further enhance its beauty and also its value on the tourism map. There are many gardens that this city inhabits, both natural and artificial and because these are valuable for city's tourism, government of jaipur takes ample steps to preserve it. These gardens of the pink city play a crucial role in attracting tourist from all over the world. Moreover, it also gives exhilarating look to the capital of a desert state. They may not be the major attractions but anyway they are an integral part of the city.It contributes a lot in giving an absolute shape to the looks of the city.

 

Central Park:

Central Park, envisioned by the Jaipur Development Authority is the largest park of Jaipur. As the name suggests clearly, it is situated in the centre of the pink city. It has big beautiful green gardens and Rambagh Polo Ground and golf club nearby that makes it an exciting place for the visitors. This garden also incarnates a long 5km jogging and walking track making it a paradise for the morning walkers of Jaipur. This is equally an enjoyable place for children because of the presence of different varieties of flora and fauna. Where on one hand the chirrups of different varieties of birds makes the environment cheerful, the aroma of different plants gives a perfect aura to the air of the garden. Read More

 

Ramniwas Garden:

There is another garden situated in the heart of the city, named Ram Niwas Garden. This was built by Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh in 1868. It incarnates within itself the very famous Albert Hall Museum that is also known as Central Museum. There are many other spots this garden inhabits like a bird park, the zoo, ravindra rang manch theatre, art gallery, exhibition ground, and gymnasium and also there are several picnic spots that are housed in the garden. It can be a day long trip to this garden. Read More

 

Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh:

Then there is a beautiful palace garden lying 6km from the pink city, Jaipur, Sisodia Rani Garden much popularly known as Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh. This was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in 1779. There are multilevel gardens with beautiful fountains, watercourses and painted pavilions along with a palace that is on the terrace of the garden. It also has many long galleries, pavilions and beautiful murals depicting scenes from the life of Lord Krishna. Read More

 

Statue Circle:

Then there is the most famous traffic roundabout of the city, the Statue Circle. Substantially, half of Jaipur passes by it. It is the most favorite evening spot for Jaipurites, with “Meals on Wheels” standing by. There is a grand statue of Sawai Jai Singh, the founder of this city standing in full imperial symbols of staff and Jai Singh is made out to be holding out astrological diagrams to represent his inclination towards astrology. The colorful fountains cheer up this Statue Circle and its surroundings. Read More

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