One might think as Jaipur, the city situated close by the Thar Desert as an acarpous land but that is not true. As Jaipur is not only popular for its temples, monuments and forts but also for various parks and gardens present here. Jaipur has both artificial and natural gardens and the government is taking ample measures to preserve it.
Here is the list of the most visited and popular gardens in Jaipur
Central Park is the massive garden in Jaipur. It is developed and maintained by the Jaipur Development Authority. As the name of the park suggests, it is situated in the center of Jaipur city. Central Park has a long 5 KM walking and jogging track. Having a large rich green graceful garden and Rambagh Polo Ground nearby forge it a perfect relished place in Jaipur. It is a paradise for all the bird watchers as a large number of native and migratory birds can be seen here all round the year.
Kanak Vrindavan Valley
Kanak Vrindavan is constructed in a valley between the Aravalli Hills. This garden was built almost 200 years ago and has a prosperous persona. You will find lush gardens here with well-preserved flowers, plants, and trees. This garden also has various bizarre architectures like ‘chhatris’ and has a complicated design on its walls. A sequence of magnificent fountains has also been added to it.
Jawahar Circle Garden
As the name suggests Jawahar Circle is exactly circular in shape. It is the biggest circular park in Asia with a diameter of 452 m and a circumference of 1420 m. Apart from its shape and size, this garden also highlights beautiful musical fountains and rose gardens. It is also developed by the Jaipur Development Authority and it is one of the most famous gardens in Jaipur.
Ram Nivas Garden
Ram Nivas Garden is a historical garden which was built in the year 1868 by Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh. This garden also includes a bird park and a zoo. It also has an art gallery, Ravindra Rang Manch Theatre, and gymnasium. It spreads in the area of 76 acres. The Central Museum has been constructed within its walls. It’s an appealing place to visit.
Vidyadhar Garden was built in the remembrance of Jaipur’s chief architecture, Vidyadhar Bhattacharya. Just like other mesmerizing gardens of Jaipur, this garden is also captivating and beautiful. The bower here depicts splendid wall paintings of Lord Krishna and some special events from his life.
Sisodiya Rani Bagh
Sisodiya Rani Bagh has been named after the queen for whom it was built. The garden is located on Agra road, Jaipur. Watercourses, painted pavilions, and fountains are those elements that make this garden look hypnotic. The palace that is situated above the garden is as splendid as the garden with a wonderful architectural frame.