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Gardens in Jaipur

Garden represents greenery, serenity, aesthetic approach, nature and blessing of the Almighty. Gardens in desert lands sound, as if, someone has committed a mistake. But, here we are not making any mistake, the city of Jaipur is located in a desert area, still it has a number of beautiful gardens. When a single thought of garden brings a deep breath of relief to the mind, imagine if, you really get such relief. The royal city has some beautiful landscaped gardens that are truly a visual delight to the eyes of the visitors.

While designing the city 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. In order to accomplish the dream, the city was blossomed with gardens. Today, these gardens provide a break to the tangled nerves of the city dwellers. The celebrated gardens of Jaipur include Vidyadhar Gardens, Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh and Kanak Vrindavan. These gardens are certainly green retreats in the barren lands of Rajasthan.

Vidyadhar Garden

 

Vidyadhar garden is one the well-planned gardens of India that is dedicated to Vidyadhar, the chief architect of Jaipur. Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh was made to rejuvenate the queen and ladies of the royalty. Kanak Vrindavan Valley is another example of nature's blessing. Temple of Govind Deo Ji in the complex of the garden makes the view more enchanting to the beholder. Our further articles will give you the true picture of these remarkable gardens.

 

Kanak Vrindavan Valley

 

 

Kanak Vrindavan Valley
Kanak Vrindavan Valley is an exotic place in the desert lands of Jaipur, Rajasthan. Kanak Vrindavan is situated in the bottom of Nahargarh hills adjoining the Amber Fort, on Jaipur-Amber Road. According to past records, the beautiful green valley was labeled as Kanak Vrindavan Valley by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh, almost 280-years ago.

 

Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh

 

Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh
Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh is a beautiful garden, located at a distance of 10 kms from Jaipur, on Jaipur-Agra Highway. Sisodia Bagh gets a prime attraction in the charming city of Jaipur. The Garden appeals more to the beholder, since it stands as a symbol of love. In 1728, Sisodia Rani Garden was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh, with an intention to gift the garden, to his Sisodia Queen from Udaipur. As the name suggests, the Garden was named after the queen, who was adorable to the King.

Central Park

 

Central Park
The modern face of Central Park had been attributed by the grand plan put forward by the Jaipur development authority. Jaipurís vivacious outlook has been improved much by the appealing charisma of this outstanding garden. Central park now holds all the amenities of a modern theme park where people can spend hours in the enthralling and imposing atmosphere. Its vast stretch of seasonal plants with their inscrutable aroma makes any visitor spellbound.

The park also houses a hi-tech nursery, a glass house with inland and foreign varieties of bamboo plants. Exotic items of aquatic plant in the tiny ponds presents a colourful floral bed, which would definitely catch the attention of the spectator. Besides this, floriculture section and the water fountains adds a magical charm to the wonderful ambiance of the park. Leisurely promenades through the beautiful walkways of the park fill one with a rejuvenating freshness.

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