Ram Niwas Garden is a royal garden built in 1868 by Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh in the capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur. The beautiful garden is located in the core of the city and is considered as a historical landmark in India. It occupies over 30 acres of land and is the location of the Albert Hall Museum or the Central Museum. Tourists visit Ram Niwas Garden from all over the world to experience the regal vibe of this historical landmark and get a glimpse of the lifestyle of the royalties during the British Era.
Kanak Vrindavan Garden is a royal garden located on footsteps of Nahargarh hills near Amber Fort. The garden was built around 280 years ago by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh. Its layout has been given a blend of Mughal and Rajput architecture. Divided into eight sections, the sprawling garden is adorned with a gorgeous marble fountain and the exquisite mirror work on the walls of Govind Devji temple built in the premises. The gardens here are often compared with those in Vrindavan where Lord Krishna once lived.
Sisodia Rani Garden is a royal garden built in the premises of the Sisodia Palace in Jaipur. As the name suggests, it was built in 1728 in the honour of the Queen of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II as a summer retreat. The step garden, although not too large in area, is considered to be a tranquil escape in the hot and arid region of Jaipur. The landscaped gardens occupy several cascading levels in front of the Sisodia Palace and have a central water fountain with channels running through. It does not take a lot of time to explore this attraction. So, tourists around Lal Dungri or those on their way to Agra can take a pit stop here.
Located in Ghat ki Guni in Jaipur in Rajasthan, Vidhyadhar Garden was built in 1988 in the memory of Vidyadhar Bhattacharya, the chief architect to Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh. He is also celebrated for being the chief architect in designing the beautiful and elegant city of Jaipur. Constructed with a unique blend of Mughal and Hindu designs, the garden is now one of the most popular picnic spots in the town and is a visual treat for the tourists owing to its flamboyant lush green landscapes and elaborate architectural patterns.
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Jawahar Circle is situated in Malviya Nagar in Jaipur and boasts of being the largest circular park in Asia. The park has a peculiar jogging track and is encircled by a rose garden. It also has a play area for kids and kiosks. The main highlight of the park is the musical fountains which is one of the most popular tourist attractions of the city.
Also known as Mayur Vatika, Peacock Garden is located by Sikar Road, Jaipur. The garden is usually used for organising weddings and other events. It is beautifully designed with a traditional touch to all of its decorations and the infrastructure of the whole place feels welcoming altogether.
The Jai Niwas garden is a Mughal-style garden with a touch of the Mughal Charbagh pattern. The garden not only attracts people who love the lush greenery of the place but also the devotees of Lord Krishna because of the temple situated within the premises of the park, which gives a different dimension to the park. It was built by Raja Sawai Jai Singh II.
The Nehru Bal Udyan, otherwise called the Nehru Garden is a park that attracts people of all age groups. The park is open from 6 AM till 7 PM and it is generally busy during the early hours of the day and during sunset. The park has a pond where there is boating and for the children, there is a toy train ride. The park is located just 2 kilometres away from the Sawai Man Singh Stadium on Tonk Road in the Tonk Phatak area.
Known for its lush green lawn, the Sanwaliya Garden in Chaksu Tehsil, Jaipur is a great place to host a wedding. The place resonates with typical Rajasthani culture on all grounds. The aesthetic of the garden and its decors are really inviting and makes the guests feel comfortable. The garden offers ample parking space for the visitors without any hassle.
Located in Tonk amidst a residential neighbourhood, the Shivaji Garden will sweep you off your feet right from its entrance. The park has a resemblance to the Mysore Gardens and the Hiran Magri Park. It is located away from the busy parts of town, making it a good place for family outings and picnics.
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