(Last Updated on : 21/09/2017)
represent greenery, tranquillity, aesthetic approach and nature. Beautiful Jaipur gardens are not only well planned but also well maintained. The aerial view of these gardens is breathtaking. The royal city has some beautiful gardens that are beyond a visual delight to the eyes of the visitors.
Legends of Gardens of Jaipur
Maharaja Jai Sawai Singh
, the far-sighted King of Jaipur
, kept in mind to make the city pleasurable and beautiful in its appearance and thus planned some of the unique gardens ever seen in this vibrant city of colours. While designing the city of Jaipur, the gardens were made in a way that not only it was visually pleasing but also promoted to the surrounding areas.
was blossomed with gardens during his reign and those are preserved till date. Today, these gardens are considered as the landmarks to tangled blocks and sections of the city dwellers. The celebrated gardens of Jaipur are Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh, Vidyadhar Gardens, Kanak Vrindavan etc. These gardens are undoubtedly green retreats in the barren belt.
Famous Gardens of Jaipur
Following are the famous gardens of Jaipur:
: A multi-level garden, having beautiful fountains, watercourses and painted pavilions create a centre of attention. Sisodiya Garden is also well-known as Rani Ka Bagh.
: Vidyadhar Garden displays an exceptional blend of Mughal architecture
and Rajput architecture
. Built along with the lines of Shilpa Shastra, Vidyadhar Garden was laid down in the memory of Jaipurs chief architect, Vidyadhar Bhattacharya.
Jai Niwas Garden
: Jai Niwas Garden has a separate appeal with a single attraction. The design of the garden has a feel of typical Mughal
Charbagh pattern. Jai Niwas Garden also has a small temple of Lord Krishna
. The Krishna Temple
also well-known as the Govind Ji temple and is one of the major attractions of the garden.
Kanak Vrindavan Garden
: The mythological
Kanak Vrindavan gardens are one of the well-liked attractions of Jaipur. The charming Kanak gardens are frequently compared to the valley of Vrindavan
and its similarity is very apparent.
Ram Niwas Bagh
: Ram Niwas Bagh displays the natural beauty through its lush green patches. The extraordinary Albert Hall Museum
at Ram Niwas Bagh is one such eye catcher. Built in an Indo-Sarcenic architectural style
, the museum has a vast collection of artefacts like marble statues, sculptures
and miniature paintings
: This is the largest park of Jaipur, which is well-known for its massive bright green park and the Rambagh Polo ground. There are a lot of other attractions like the Musical fountain, temple stone states and the 206 feet colossal National Flag
. This place is also a centre for bird