Sprawling Vidyadhar Garden in Jaipur

Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, is one of the largest cities of India. It was established by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in the year 1727 and was the first planned city in the history of the country. Thousands of travellers visit this wonderful destination to explore its stunning forts, royal palaces, and venerated shrines. Some of the famous tourist attractions of Jaipur are City Palace, Jaigarh Fort, Hawa Mahal and Nahargarh Fort. People who would like to explore the glorious heritage and rich legacy of India might consider spending their holidays on Jaipur tours. Popularly known as the Pink City, this beatific destination is an ideal place for those who would like to explore the ethnicity of the cultural shades of the country. Besides, this city is home to several sprawling gardens and grasslands, such as Sisodia, Kanak Vrindavan and Vidyadhar. These lush green sites are prominent places of interest where visitors can enjoy moments of repose away from the humdrum of city life amidst verdant environs.

 

Vidyadhar Garden

 

Vidyadhar Garden

Vidyadhar Garden

Vidyadhar Garden is among one of the most prominent tourist destinations in this location that was developed in the memory of Vidyadhar Bhattacharya – chief architect and planner of the Pink City.It was built in the year 1988 and designed according to the ancient relics of Shilpa Shastra. As per the records, this garden was originally a vineyard, and was later developed into this sprawling lush green garden. Over the years, this verdant grassland has received immense appreciation for its exquisite design and layout, which have been inspired from the architectural style of Mughals and Rajputs. The architectural beauty of this site is mesmerising and it captivates the onlookers.

 

This grassland is home to various species of birds like peacock, owlet, black drongo and laughing dove. Vacationers are often found drawn by the tranquilizing ambiance of the place, which helps them find inner peace. The garden features a small vineyard, terraced lawns, fountains, trees, pavilions, sylvan lakes and flowerbeds. There are intricately carved frescos and murals depicting the Hindu deity Lord Krishna in various forms. Spending some leisure time at this luxuriant park with your loved ones is a sheer delight. People come here with their loved ones to enjoy leisurely strolls, explore the detailed frescos and simply laze around amidst natural beauty.

 

The best time to visit this green landmark is between the months of July and March as during this period the weather is pleasant. Since this place is well-connected by roads, hence visitors can easily reach the site by their privately-owned cars and buses. This landmark is situated near popular Sisodia Garden, which was developed in the year 1728. There are numerous other tourist attractions, which are located near this lawn. Some of these places of interest are Jantar Mantar and Jal Mahal. Travellers from near and far opt for Rajasthan tours, to visit the prominent places of interest here.

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