About Vidhyadhar Garden
Jaipur being the hottest tourist destination in India has several enchanting spots to relish along with beautiful gardens to have a peaceful time. Vidhyadhar garden is one of the well conserved gardens of the city. The wonderful garden gives an immense sense of relief because of its magnificent eye catching view. The garden was built in 1988 in memory of Vidhydhar Bhattacharya, the chief architect to Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh. He was the architect of Jaipur city who designed the city in a classy and admirable way. The garden echoes the highlights of both Hindu and Mughal cultures in its architecture.
Vidhyadhar Garden is planned according to the ancient scripts of ‘Shilpa Shastra’. The garden is totally a visual treat for the visitors with its pleasing greenery and amazing artwork done on the walls and roofs of the pavilions and galleries. The garden is surrounded by the hills with the covered lights creating a magical charisma in the evening. The walls are decorated with magnificent lattice and mirror artwork, leaving the visitors speechless. Images and scenes from the life of Lord Krishna are imposed on the walls to give divine look and feel to the garden. Dancing peacocks, fountains and fresh greenery make the place worthy to visit.
Vidhyadhar Garden situated on Jaipur-Agra highway near Sisodiya Rani Ka Bagh is about 15 km from Jaipur Airport and 8 km from the railway station. Vidhyadhar Garden is a part of Jaipur’s heritage and culture is an attractive spot to watch and explore the beauty of nature to experience the peace of mind and soul.