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Kanak Vrindavan GardenJaipur

Visitor Information
Famous for : Nature Lovers, Experience Seekers
Entrance Fee : No Entry fee.
Visiting Time : All days of the week 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Visit Duration : 1 hour

Kanak Vrindavan Garden
Jaipur is also known as the City of Palaces, because of its amazing mighty forts and magnificent palaces. It is planned in accordance with the rules of Vastu Shastra in which natural beauty plays vital role for prosperity of the citizens. There are some charming and serene gardens which are worth of visiting and offer a close look to the nature offering a delightful experience. These parks give pleasurable and healthy appearance to the city where one can get relief from stress routine and inhale fresh cool breeze to revitalize.

Kanak Vrindavan Valley
The most visited garden in Jaipur is Kanak Vrindavan Garden situated in the foothills of Nahargarh fort in a lush green Kanak Valley on Jaipur-Amber road. It was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh, a true nature lover, about 275 years ago. It is very similar to the original Vrindavan Garden in Mysore. This garden is an exotic place where one can enjoy the scenic view of three huge forts Nahargarh, Jaigarh and Amber fort. It is a well maintained garden with nice green lawns, lovely fountains, pretty blooming flowers, sophisticated marble decorations and Kadamb trees offering it an enchanting charm.

One can also visit Govind Devji and Natwarji Temples to explore the inner peace and tranquility. These temples are made of marble and stone with fancy carvings done on them to give a divine feel. The Kanak Vrindavan Valley is an ideal place for bird watching as several migratory birds land here because of the enormous greenery. Tour to Jaipur is never completed without visiting this garden of historical reference.

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