Vidyadhar Garden- must-see in Jaipur

Vidyadhar Garden- must-see in Jaipur

Vidyadhar Garden- must-see in Jaipur

The Vidyadhar garden is a picturesque attraction in the heart of Jaipur and it is a must-see destination for tourists in this city. The Vidyadhar Garden was constructed in the memory of Vidyadhar Bhattacharya. The garden is a popular tourist attraction and is a pleasant getaway for those seeking a peaceful escape.

It offers flower beds, tranquil lakes, and the crystal waters. It also displays murals of Lord Krishna with ornate frescoes. The lit up pavilions, murals, and fountains add to the beauty of the garden during night. The Vidyadhar garden is home to beautiful fountains, tiers of terraced gardens, several galleries, royal pavilions and scenic lakes. Built according to the rules of the ‘Shilpa Shastra’, the Vidyadhar garden also displays ornate frescos with murals and images of Lord Krishna, and well-maintained flower beds. The walls are engraved with intricate lattice work, and mirror work in the temple and the architecture of the place reflects the casual mix of Mughal architecture, with typical Rajput-influenced interiors. The marriage between the two cultures clearly echoes off the landscape and the design of this garden. The garden is known for its numerous fountains, spontaneous peacock dancing, bird watching and the beautifully, terraced flowerbeds.

In a bid to promote night tourism in Jaipur, one more name after the City Palace, Amer Fort and Albert Hall Museum has been added in the list of night tourism destinations. the 350 year old ‘Vidyadhar Ka Bagh’. Located at ‘Ghat Ki Guni’, the Vidyadhar garden is one of Jaipur’s best-preserved gardens. This picturesque garden is aesthetically designed and was built in the memory of Jaipur’s chief Architect, Vidyadhar Bhattacharya. Apart from the crystal waters, the tranquil lakes, flower beds and well-maintained gardens, the Vidyadhar Garden has a lot to offer.

The garden is the perfect amalgamation of contemporary Hindu and Mughal styles with its wonderful, sylvan lakes, terraced lawns, fountains and the majestic pavilions that house Lord Krishna’s murals and paintings. Managed by the Government of Rajasthan, the Vidyadhar Garden is a vast expanse of imperial architecture and dazzling greenery.

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