Bagh means garden. The name can be translated as the ‘garden of Queen Sisodia’. Sisodia was the Udaipur princess who married Jaipur King, Sawai Jai Singh. The Sisodia Rani ka Bagh is a royal garden, located a little away from Jaipur. The garden is famous for its flora wealth, natural attractions and for relaxation. This garden holds beautiful water fountains, pavilions, flowerbeds, galleries, murals, water channels and much more.
An eight or seven kilometers drive from Jaipur on a highway connecting Agra, after that one can see a lush garden known as Sisodia Rani Garden that has been laid out in unique architectural style and is a perfect place to breathe out of the fresh air. And This royal garden, officially known as Sisodia Rani Garden, was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh in 1728 as a retreat for his second queen, Sisodia. Through the well-decorated walls of the park, which are adorned with paintings depicting Radha-Krishna love story, one can easily assay king's feeling toward the queen. The garden is dotted with chequered flowers of different varieties, waterbodies, foliage, pavilions, and galleries. On nature walk or an idyllic stroll in the park, do visit the shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva, Vishnu and Hanuman that can also be seen in the garden.
The best time to visit Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh is from July to March. This is that time of the year when Jaipur receives monsoons, succeeded by winters. This is also the best time visit Jaipur.
Agra Rd | 8 km (5 mi) east of Jaipur on road to Bharatpur, Jaipur, India
Suggested duration:30 to 45 minutes
Open and Closing Time
Visiting Time: 38:00 AM - 6:00 PM
for Indians- INR 50 Per Head
for Foreigners – INR 200 Per Head
Near By Attraction
Moti gungri Ganesh temple
Govind Devji temple a
Hotels available near by Sisodia Rani Garden
Distance between Jaipur Railway Station and Sisodia Rani Garden is 5.6 miles or 4.9 nautical miles
The garden is designed with a mixture of Indian style and Mughal architectural style. The spires and pavilions of the garden are designed in the Indian style. The wall paintings and decorations are also a form of Indian style. The flowerbed arrangement, water channels, and fountains are designed in Mughal style. There are a small shrine and a natural spring near the garden that is dedicated to Hindu Gods; Lord Shiva, Lord Hanuman and Lord Vishnu.
The garden overlooks the grand palace of the queen, which is filled with mural painting of hunting scenes, scenes from the story of Lord Krishna and so on. The palace is open for tourists to explore.
On nature walk or an idyllic stroll in the park, do visit the shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva, Vishnu and Hanuman that can also be seen in the garden.
This garden was used by the queen for relaxing. The garden was decorated with the mural painting of Lord Krishna and Radha to express the love that the king had for Sisodia Rani. The garden was specifically built outside the city to keep it away from the hustles and noises of local life.