We had a truly amazing trip to the Elefantastic in Jaipur. Haipur has a lot of things to offer and they never end. My trip to Jaipur was short and therefore I had to plan everything quite hurriedly. It was the fifth day of my stay in Jaipur and it was the day for a visit to the Sisodia Rani Garden and Palace in the city. We tightened our laces and started for the mesmerizing place. The palace is located at a distance of just 10 kilometers from the Jaipur central city and so we took a bus to cover the journey and reach our destination. The palace is tucked up on the Jaipur-Agra highway and is beautifully located for every visitor to go there for a beautiful trip.
The Sisodia Rani Garden and Palace was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh-2 as a mark of respect for his second wife in the year 1728. The queen apparently belonged to the Sisodia clan of Udaipur and which is why the name of the place has been dedicated to her birth place. The palace is also known as Sisodia Rani Bagh, which is just the other meaning of the English form of garden.
The garden is one of the finest creations in the city of Jaipur, There are beautiful fountains and extrinsic plants of flowers and other shrubs which adorn the place more beautifully. There are lovely paintings of the Hindu God Lord Krishna and his love interest Radha on the walls of the building. There are also several galleries where the portraits of the king and several other paintings of Lord Krishna are kept. The design of the garden is inspired from the Mughal architecture style and the presence of the Charbagh truly represents Mughal art style.
There are sparkling pools and pavilions within the gallery as well which are dazzling and leave the viewers speechless with its abundance of beauty. There are other images of Lord Hanuman and Lord Shiva at the entrance of the garden and palace which marks the entrance into the Sisodia Rani Garden and Palace. The location of the palace is in an idyllic and calm place which is quite away from the hustle and bustle of the city.