The visit to the former palace was a good experience and we all were looking forward to view more of such palaces which are the real tourist attraction in the city of Jaipur and so this
dedication led us to Sisodia Rani Garden and Palace Jaipur. The place as we travelled was approximately at a distance of 10km from the city of Jaipur and was originally built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh.
Thankfully we reached at a time such that we could take a good tour of the palace as the visiting time of this place is from 8am in the morning to 6pm at evening. As we entered the place we found that most of the place was covered with wall paintings of Radha-Krishna story from the epics of India. The paintings on the wall plus the narrative details alongside it truly represented eternal love. The garden has a different essence altogether and is also a symbol of love because of its beauty.
We found the gardens very beautifully maintained and the royal garden was filled with flowerbeds, foliage, pavilions, galleries, beautiful water fountains, iridescent water channels and murals of Radha-Krishna and would had surely been an ideal gateway for the queen then in that time.
The fascinating part of the garden is the fact that the area outside the place was total desert and it was still beautifully made in the past and maintained well. These features make it a great place and it breathes life in the area of Jaipur. We took a complete tour of the garden and it was really big.
The garden had beautiful flowerbeds, fountains and water channel which ran through the whole garden and was merging at the center of the place which determined it being made out of Mughal style. We also noticed presence of natural springs and shrines dedicated to the Lord Shiva and Vishnu in many places of this royal garden.
Sisodia Rani Garden and Palace Jaipur was a serene place to be in and due to time constraint we had to leave for our next destination so as
to explore more of the palaces in this part of the world.