Gardens in Jaipur

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Gardens in Jaipur

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  • Hến M
    Hanoi, Vietnam6 contributions
    Big park for walking and jogging. Beautiful gate for taking a photos. If you have time so this is the place to chill, but not so much to discover
    Written 13 August 2022
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  • jojo
    Navi Mumbai, India1,767 contributions
    Good picnic spot mostly used for shooting videos and photos. Dresses were available for rent. Beautiful built in valley surrounded by nature having lush greenery near Amar Fort. Location for Bollywood movies having unique trees and fountains along with decorated works.
    Written 1 April 2023
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  • Umang A
    Mumbai, India722 contributions
    This is located in the heart of city and house of many attraction e.g. bird house,zoo, albet hall, ranvindra manch and food court.
    Written 25 February 2019
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  • singhasam
    Weymouth, UK3,725 contributions
    THIS garden was like a breath of fresh air as we left Jaipur on a hot day.
    Incredibly it was only built in 1988 because it feels as if it has been there for centuries.
    We paid 200 rupees (just over £2) to get in which is contrary to a number of official and unofficial sources saying the gardens have free entry.
    Once inside we began to stroll down a central walkway flanked by lawns, trees and borders.
    Descent to the bottom of the site was stepped with each area having its own character while the buildings ranged in colour from cream, white and yellow to a sort of turquoise.
    The entire site, which has numerous benches for visitors to just sit and enjoy their surroundings, is set back off the old Agra highway.
    It was a genuine pleasure to visit these gardens with their little palace complexes and courtyards and I found everything in very good condition.
    This may be because the visitor footfall is small. I doubt we saw a dozen people the whole time we were there.
    I'd recommend anyone in the area to go and see this place which is constructed with a mixture of Mughal and Hindu designs.
    Written 24 November 2022
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  • Happiness17251615914
    2 contributions
    Awesome place nice environment 👍
    Fresh air
    Good gor exercise, running, walking ,jogging ,kids playing area 👌
    Written 26 October 2023
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  • singhasam
    Weymouth, UK3,725 contributions
    AMAZING how something you are expecting to be one thing turns out to be another.
    I had been told that the Peacock Garden was a lovely botanical garden in Jaipur.
    Well, it was lovely and it was in Jaipur, but a botanical garden it was not.
    The first thing to note is that there is the little matter of Delhi traffic to negotiate first before getting into the garden. Take care because the drivers won't.
    We managed to get inside in one piece and it was immediately apparent that this was not a large site.
    What saved it from anonymity were the peacock statues both up against a plinth and on top of an empty fountain. The empty fountain has some significance since it follows a pattern of watercourses, fountains, display pools and water channels being emptied as part of the Indian government's efforts to combat covid.
    I spent a happy ten minutes strolling round trying to identify various trees, shrubs and flowers, but that was plenty. Visitors need no more time than that.
    However, nearby are the Patrika Gate Gardens which are a vastly larger area reached through a stunningly painted arched passage. I would not have found them without going to the Peacock Gardens first.
    Written 22 November 2022
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