Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh or Sisodia Rani Garden is a symbol of love for Sisodia Queen by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh Ji. Situated 10 KMs from the city center it’s on Jaipur Agra highway.

Sisodia Rani Garden Jaipur

Sisodia Rani Garden Jaipur

This beautiful lush green garden is famous for its floral beds, natural surrounding and relaxation. This garden is outfitted with striking flora, pavilions, fountains, water courses, murals and scenic view which make it a stunning tourist and picnic spot.

Highlights

  • Address: Ghat Ki Ghuni, Agra Road, 8km East from Jaipur to Bharatpur Road, Jaipur 302023, Rajasthan, India
  • Sisodia Garden Timings: All days open (08.00 AM to 08.00 PM)
  • Visit Duration: 45minutes to 1 hour
  • Photography: Allowed
  • Fountain Show: After 07.00pm
  • Popular for: History, Heritage, Nature, Sightseeing, Radha Krishna Temple, Experience and selfie lovers

Sisodia Rani Garden History

Sisodia Rani Bagh was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh Ji in the year 1728 for Udaipur princess. She was the second Queen of Maharaja. It was presented to his beloved queen for relaxing amid nature.

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The garden was filled with lush greenery, scented flowers, and variety of plantations. The walls were decorated with beautiful Radha Krishna paintings symbolizing his love for the Maharani.

Must Visit: Jaigarh Fort Jaipur

Architecture & Design

Sisodia Rani Garden has a unique charm and appeal to it. It is a depiction of love, glory and fine art. Traditional Indian designs and Mughal architecture is seen in the layout of the garden. The spires, paintings, wall décor, and pavilions are designed in Indian style. Flowerbeds, water channels, and fountains are inspired by Mughals.

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A small shrine and natural spring are also inherent in the garden which is dedicated to Hindu Gods: Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Hanuman.

Also read: Jantar Mantar Jaipur

The garden solely expresses the true love of Radha Krishna in form of murals, paintings, and fascinating scenes. However, garden overlooks the highlight of the queen palace that includes paintings of hunting, love legend of Radha Krishna, etc.

Do explore everything when you are here.

Nearby Tourist Attractions

As we’re already on the outskirts of city, the only prominent tourist place you must visit here is Galta Monkey Temple.

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During early summers and especially in winters this garden looks heavenly. Best time for visit is from October to the first half of March.

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However, if you love photography and love to enjoy rains then visit during the rainy season i.e. in the month of July-August-September. You will see a variety of flowers here during the season.

Must Visit: Amer Fort Jaipur

Sisodia Rani Garden Entry Ticket

  • Entry cost is 50 INR.
  • For students carrying ID card get 10% discount.
  • Entrance is free for children below 5 years.

Must Visit: Gaitore Ki Chhatriyan

Restaurants near Sisodia Rani Garden

  • The Rajwada Library Bar
  • Hotel Jaypore Restaurant
  • Hotel Sweet Dream Restaurant
  • Jaipur Jungle
  • Mid Town Multicuisine Restaurant
  • Govindam Retreat

Recommended: Do not forget to savor Rabri Ghevar, Paneer Ghevar and many more sweets from Laxmi Mishthan Bhandar (LMB). Rajasthani Thali including Dal Bati Churma, Ker Sangri Sabji and Lassi are also worth relishing.

Hotels near Sisodia Rani Garden

  • The Fern Residency
  • Hotel Broadway
  • Hotel Akshay
  • Hotel Eden
  • Hotel Black Tie
  • Hotel Mango
  • Hotel Ramada
  • Hotel Ganesham

Must check: 5 Star Hotels in Jaipur

How to Reach Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh

How to Reach Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh

Jaipur Rajasthan is a well-connected city by public transport. You can reach here via local buses at nominal cost but it will be time-consuming. To save on that you can hire a cab, auto or taxi to visit this scenic garden.

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Whether you are a couple, family or friends Sisodia Rani Park is going to mesmerize you with its daintiness. Sisodia Rani Bagh is away from city’s buzz offering a calm and close to nature ambience.

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