Location of Sisodia Rani Bagh : - TThe high hills surrounding the city of Jaipur is location of a garden called Sisodiya Rani Ka Bagh. The garden is situated on the old ghat road connecting Jaipur with Agra. You can hire a cab from Jaipur to reach this garden as it still is almost out of the precincts of Jaipur city more so even the highway is now shifted so getting a conveyance is little difficult.
History of Sisodia Rani Bagh: - The garden and palaces of sisodiya rani ka bagh were constructed at the behest of kachwaha ruler of Jaipur Maharaja Jai Singh in 1728. The palace and the garden have been built on the undulating terrain of the Aravali hills. Rather this terrain has provided unique beauty to the garden and palaces as the successive canopies look visually great. The floral decks are elegantly maintained and you can enjoy your time at this cool and serene destination around 6 km for the hustle and bustle of busy Jaipur town.
The king very much loved his favorite queen who hailed from Udaipur family. The family of the suryavanshi rajputs ‘sisodiya” so the name “sisodiya rani” was affixed to the queen. The culture of palaces surrounded by the gardens was in vogue in those days. This concept of garden palaces was motivated and institutionalized by the gardens and palaces at Delhi and Agra. The maharaja of Jaipur was a regular to the mughal capital so for sure the idea for a garden palace must have originated from the same. The canopies and chattris in this palace are sure Rajasthani. There is also a temple in the premises where you can venerate the effigies of Lord Krishna and Radha.
Entrance Sisodia Rani Bagh: - There is an entrance ticket levied on entrance, Indian tourist are charged INR 50 while the foreign tourists are levied 200 INR.