Brindavan Gardens

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Timings : Garden timings: 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM (Weekdays)
7:00 AM - 9:00 PM (Weekends) 
Musical Fountain Show: 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM (Weekdays)
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM (Weekends)

Time Required : 3-4 hours

Entry Fee : Adult: INR 50, Child: INR 10
Boating: Round Trip (From North Garden to South Part of Garden) : INR 30 (Before 6 PM), INR 60 (After 6 PM)
One side after 6 PM: INR 30
Parking: INR 100 (Inclusive of Toll)

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Brindavan Gardens, Mysore Overview

The Brindavan Gardens, spread over 60 acres, is located at a distance of 21 km away from Mysore. Built across the notable river of India, Cauvery, it took around five years to complete the project. The well-synchronised fountain show with music, boating and well-manicured grass with flowerbeds are some of the top experiences of Brindavan Garden.

Constructed in 1932 by the Diwan of Mysore, Sir Mirza Ismail, Brindavan Garden is visited by millions of tourists every year. Divided into two parts, north and south, boating facility offered by the Karnataka State Tourism Development Corporation which connects the two parts along with a walkway bridge.

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Brindavan Gardens Light Show & Musical Fountain

The main attraction at the Brindavan Gardens in Mysore happens to be the beautiful array of musical fountains. Coupled with laser lights, these fountains are synchronised to music and go live at the time when the garden is lit up. The flow of water is digitally controlled, which in turn operates an aquatic organ. The pressure from the nearby dam fuels these fountains to put up a colourful display for the visitors, who can also visit a rain shelter and a gallery. The songs played range from soulful instrumental to patriotic songs. On weekdays, you will get to enjoy the scintillating show for one hour from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM while on weekends, the show extends with one hour and the timings are 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM.

Brindavan Gardens At Night

The beauty of Brindavan Garden rises to a next level during the evening hours. The footpaths are lightened up with colourful lights. You will find yellow lamps glowing under the trees which makes the entire garden look magnificent. Also, bangles of different bright colours which glow in the dark are sold. The crowd also increases as people flock to watch the most-awaited fountain show. While some people enjoy an evening stroll, there are star-gazers also, lost in nostalgia.

Brindavan Gardens Horticulture Farms

Brindavan Garden also has two beautiful horticulture farms. The Naguvana Horticulture Farm, located near the main gate, covers an area of 30 acres. It houses different types of plants and it has the Horticulture Training Centre of the Department of Horticulture which trains the local youth. The other farm is the Chandravana Horticulture Farm, which is smaller comparatively and is situated in the heart of River Cauvery. It covers an area of approximately 5 acres. Succulent mango trees and coconut trees are grown here.

Best Time To Visit Brindavan Gardens

The ideal time to visit Brindavan Garden is between October to February since winters are not too cold. The mercury lingers between 20 to 25 degrees Celsius. The blistering heat during summers and rainfall in monsoons make the visit uncomfortable. In summers, mercury soars up to 40 degrees Celcius.

When it comes to the best time of the day, evenings are certainly perfect to enjoy and reminisce the natural beauty all around. You can also witness the vibrant musical fountain show held in the evening. The captivating view of the sunset will definitely overwhelm you.

How To Reach Brindavan Gardens

Brindavan Garden is located on the KRS Dam Road near the town, Mandya. The distance between the Mysore city and Brindavan Garden is around 21 Km. Regular buses operated by state government ply from the city’s bus stand to the garden. It takes around 15 minutes by bus. However, you can take an autorickshaw or a taxi also.

History of Brindavan Gardens

The Brindavan Gardens are built in the complex of Krishnaraja Sagar Dam (KRS Dam) which is in Srirangapatna taluk of Mandya district. Sir Mirza Ismail, the then Diwan of Mysore wanted to enhance the beauty of the area around KRS Dam. Therefore, the construction was started in the year 1927 by the Department of Horticulture and was completed in 1932. Built across the prominent river Cauvery, the designs of Brindavan Gardens have been inspired by the breathtaking Shalimar Bagh of Kashmir which was created in the ancient Mughal Style. Now, the garden is maintained by Cauvery Irrigation Department, Government of Karnataka.

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sunita bajaj

on Brindavan Gardens 9 months ago
Went to see this so called light and sound show,,, and neither was there any light nor was any sound show . was so pathetic, stairs path every thing was broken ,senior citizens and kids were suf (Read More)fering and thousands of people were cheated ,no one was bothered to inform that show was not happening today. .

Reshma Parvez

on Brindavan Gardens 8 months ago
The garden is beautiful where the government is minting money with lakhs of footfalls everyday. But, it's the most disorganized, poorly maintained tourist place I've ever seen. They charge you for ev (Read More)erything right from toilets to parking but everything is in pathetic conditions. It took us 2 hours to leave out of the parking.

Happy Das

on Brindavan Gardens 4 years ago
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