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Kanak Vrindavan Temple & Garden

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The Kanak Vrindavan Valley is a one of exotic location in Jaipur, and is established on the way to the Amer Fort. Nuzzled at the base of the Nahargarh hill, the garden complex is enclosed by well liked tourist spots including the Amer castle, Jaigarh fort and bed covers of lush greenery. The beautiful garden is often evaluated to the valley of 'Vrindavan' and the king, next, sacred an idol of Lord Krishna in an exceptional convoluted in the Kanak Vrindavan valley called the 'Shri Govind Deoji' complex.



The Kanak Vrindavan Valley was constructed roughly 280 years ago by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh of Jaipur. The attractive, green valley is surrounded by the Aravalli hills and is said to be similar to mythological Vrindavan; the abode of Lord Krishna and the place where he play with his Gopis. The Kanak Vrindavan Valley was constructed for recreational purposes by the king. It is also accepted to be a sacred spot where the waters from some significant rivers amalgamated to convey out the holy 'Ashwamedh Yagna'. The Govind Deoji temple was built around the identical time, and is accepted to dwelling the incarnation of Lord Krishna.


The Kanak Vrindavan Valley is a scenic location located at the base of the Nahargarh high grounds, and is flanked by exclusive trees. Apart from the bed covers of trees and lawns, the Kanak Vrindavan Valley is, in detail, a gorgeous garden flanked with elaborate 'chhatris', superb reflector and 'jali' work on the walls of the Govind Deoji temple, and a series of fountains. The garden is divided into eight parts, and is well known for a fountain called 'Parikrama', which is carved out of a lone slab of marble. This workmanship from a bygone epoch and the dexterity of the artwork surrounding the flower bed is what adds to the beauty of the location. The 'Garba Griha' ('seat of the lord') is also placed interior the temple convoluted and is etched with delicate 'panni' work. The evergreen gardens in the Kanak Vrindavan Valley offer a stupendous outlook of Jaipur and other nearby attractions such as Amer outpost and the Dharbawati stream. The breathtaking view has often been used as a backdrop for many Bollywood films in India.

The Kanak Vrindavan Valley not only provides attractive views for the avid traveler, but is also an ideal position for a picnic with family. The position also boasts a bird's eye outlook of the town of Jaipur and its exotic monuments such as the Jal Mahal. For those searching tranquility and some calm of brain, the Kanak Vrindavan Valley is the perfect location to be. The flower bed, assessed by beautifully tended prepared lawns and replete with attractive fountains, sparkling and tranquil lakes, colorful is one of Jaipur's most well liked picnic spots and location for movie shootings. Kanak Vrindavan flower bed sprawls across a massive expanse and houses an ornate beige pebble temple with enforcing marble pillars and elaborate lattice windows.

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