Sisodia Rani Garden
Sisodia Rani Garden and Palace was built by Chandra Kunwar, the wife of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II (1699 – 1743), who was the princess of Udaipur. According to the terms of this marriage, she had the status of Patarani that is Pradhan Rani of Jaipur king dome. It is said that Maharaj kumar Madho Singh was born in this palace. Later on, He was the king of Jaipur in 1750 AD.
Sisodia Rani Garden and the palace were built in 1728 AD. After entering this garden, first of all, a beautiful palace appears. The Sisodia Rani Garden was built in the foothills of a hill and makes it even more beautiful. The way to reach this Garden is also one of its kind. There are windows of the palace on one side. Which makes the Sisodia Rani Garden road very special.
The walls of this Sisodia Rani palace have been painted with a colorful design. Which enhances the beauty of this palace. This whole Garden was built on three floors from the palace down to the main garden.
After being down from the palace on the first floor, there are two chhatris on both the side. On this floor in the middle, there is a seat of marble in front of the bigger chhatris. The fountain is the main attraction on each floor and a square type small pond is there for fountains. On the third floor, there is a similar arrangement for fountains.
At the last level there is a very beautiful well maintained Garden. In the middle of the Garden, a group of fountains makes it grander. This Garden is one of the most beautiful gardens so far, it is difficult to write the beauty of this Garden. You can see this garden on Travfoodie youTube channel
Timing – 9.00 am to 5.30 pm
Ticket – Adult 50 Rs
Sisodia Rani Garden vlog
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