As we know Pink City has lot to offer to its visitors, its rich heritage and culture tempts the people to come and enjoy the artistic majesty of the place. There is one more famous place that makes it more attractive is Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh.
The lush green garden is a Palace garden and it is situated at an awe inspiring location. It is located six Kms away from the main city and lies on Jaipur-Agra highway. The beautiful location and amazing palace garden offer splendid view and surroundings to visitors. The name of the garden has derived from the name of the queen of maharaja for whom it was built. The queen Sisodia hailed from Suryavanshi Rajputs line, who ruled Mewar.
This royal garden was built in 1728 by Sawai Jaisingh II. It is said that Maharaja built this palace garden for his 2nd queen. He gifted this garden to his queen, a princess of udaipur to serve as a perfcet retreat place and peaceful heaven for her beloved queen. The palace was built away from the hustle bustle and noisy polluted place or away from court politics, so that Sisodia rani can enjoy a tranquil ambiance.
One can see the lush green shrubs, many flora species and scented flowers in this garden. This is a multi-level garden adorned with beautiful murals, flowerbeds, iridescent water channels, foliage, galleries, watercourse, fountains and painted pavilion. The walls of the palace are also designed with murals of Shrikrishna and Radha. The design of walls depicts the love of Maharaja and his queen. The architectural layout of this lush green royal garden palace is marvelous that breathes the life in this deserted land of the Rajasthan.
This is designed with wonderful architectural concept and mingles of Mughal and traditional Indian design style. The traditional designs can be observed by spires and pavilions in the garden. The walls are adorned with paintings of Radha Krishna, the eternal lovers. Mughal Style architectural concepts can be seen by the fountains, flowerbeds and water channel running through the royal garden and merging at the center. This is the symbol of mughal style architecture. There are some shrines and spiritual sites devoted to lord Vishnu, Shiva, and Hanuman in the vicinity of garden.
The best time to visit this royal palace is between July to March as the time is very suitable to enjoy the real beauty of the garden and extreme climatic condition.
This ideally located visiting place also offers some splendid nearby tourist attractions including Statue Circle, Galta Ji Temple, Govind Dev Ji Temple, City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Johari Bazar and more to enjoy.
This bagh is well connected to the city and one can easily reach to it by bus. One can also hire cab from city to reach there.