The Popular Parks and Gardens in the City of Jaipur
Jaipur is located in the state of Rajasthan and one of the oldest cities in India. It was founded by a known warrior astronomer named Raja Sawai Jai Singh II in 1727. This city is home to many parks and gardens even if it is positioned near the Thar Desert in Rajasthan. The parks and gardens of the city have attractive and colorful flowers; lash green grasses, and tall shady trees.
Some of these parks and gardens in the city still retained their beauty though very old already. They are also considered as some of the most popular tourist attractions here.
One of the most beautiful and oldest gardens here is Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh. Raja Sawai Jai Singh built this wonderful garden in 1728 as a gift to his beloved wife Queen Sisodia. It is strategically situated on the Agra-Jaipur road. It has approximate distance of 10 kilometers from the city.
Here, one can see the lovely fountains and water-channels that enhance the beauty of the interiors of the garden. One can also take a look at the attractive and colorful murals of Lord Krishna painted on the walls of the garden.
This garden is also filled with shady trees blooming with beautiful flowers. One can sit and take a rest under the shade of the trees while enjoying the cool fresh air.
Also, one can enjoy the romantic atmosphere in the garden while walking on the soft green grass and smelling the sweet fragrance of the beautiful flowers. Visiting this garden, one can also find numerous pavilions inside the area which can be explored.
Kanak Vrindavan Valley is another park worth to visit in the city. This garden is located in the foothills of Nahargarh hills. The place is a big complex of well- planned gardens.
You will easily find three wonderful places in here such as the Amber Fort, the Nahargarh Fort, and the Jaigarh Fort. Another beautiful location near to the garden with spectacular view to watch is The Jal Mahal.
There are also temples intricately sculptured out of marble and stone. Also, here one can find very old temples as old as three centuries such as the Govind Deoji and the Natwarji Temples.
The Kanak Vrindavan Valley is a landing place of migratory birds. The Neel kanth, Kingfisher and spotted dove are some of the species of migratory birds beautiful to watch in the place. Another marvelous sight to view located in Kanak Vrindavan Valley that can transform one into a divine feeling are the lovely waterfalls, blooming lotuses and Kadamba trees.
Since the garden has extremely beautiful sights, the place can be a perfect location for film shooting, picnic, and hanging out with friends.
Lastly, Vidyadhar Gardens is one of the most properly preserved gardens in the city of Jaipur. Its name was derived from Architect Vidyadhar Bhattacharjee, the builder of the city of Jaipur. The park has a distance of about 7 kilometers east of Jaipur on the Agra Road. This park is considered a vineyard situated near to the Sisodia Gardens.
The Vidyadhar Gardens looks like a terraced garden similar to that of the Mughal gardens. Here, one can take a glimpse of the marvelous fountains, pools filled with crystal clear water and various kinds of trees and shrubs. The lovely murals of Lord Krishna are also located in this garden.
Also, one can feel the romantic moment while on visit to this place because it has a peaceful and calm atmosphere. One can also have the pleasure of sitting under the green shady trees. A walk across the beautiful garden is enjoyable as well because one can watch dancing peacock with magnificent feathers fully spread out. One can also see monkeys doing some tricks.
The garden has a good view of the sunset. This place is another nice spot because in ancient times, it was one of the royal resorts of the city. Thus one can relax, rejuvenate and ease his or her mind while on stay in this charming Vidyadhar Gardens.