SISODIA RANI PALACE AND GARDEN

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  1. About sisodia rani palace and garden

    Sisodia Rani Palace and Garden in Jaipur was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh in 1728 as a retreat place for his second queen Sisodia. Located at 8 km away from Jaipur city the garden is regarded as a symbol of eternal love between the two and is one of the beautiful tourist destinations in Jaipur. The garden has an amazing fusion of Mughal style and traditional Indian style of architecture. The walls have attractive paintings portraying the love story of Lord Krishna and Radha. The multi-tiered lush garden offers a serene atmosphere and has several species of plants, colorful flowers, green shrubs, pavilions, galleries, murals, water channels and fountains. There are also few shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu and Lord Hanuman within the garden complex.

  2. Who should visit ?

    Anyone,Nature Lovers,

    What makes it special?

    It is located in a tranquil atmosphere away from the city and is blessed with wonderful architectural beauty. Beautiful murals, pavilions, flower beds, fountains and water channels make it an attractive tourist spot.

    Ticket/Fees (in INR)

    25

    Visiting Hours

    08:00-18:00

    How to reach?

    It is located at about 8 km from Jaipur city on the Jaipur-Agra Highway and can be reached by bus, taxi or cab.

    How to make this visit memorable?

    Visit this place with your family and friends and enjoy its amazing architectural beauty. The serene atmosphere with greenery, flowerbeds and fountains will rejuvenate you.

    Do’s and Don’ts

    Plan a visit during winter season between October to March when the climate is ideal to travel in this desert soil. You can also visit some famous nearby like Birla Temple, Govind Devji Temple, Moti Doongri Ganesh Temple etc.

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