This landscaped garden is located at the foothills of Nahargarh on the way to Amber Fort. It houses an intricately carved temple, marble columns and lattices, making it an ideal location to spend a day in. It is a great spot for sightseeing, photography and relaxing. One can also spot a variety of birds here like neel kanth, spotted dove and kingfisher. The garden was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh and is said to be emulated after a mythological garden where Lord Krishna used to play. This was meant as the king's recreational retreat. One can also find a spiritual spot here where several rivers meet. The water is considered holy here and a temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu has been built nearby.


The layout of the garden is quite spectacular and it is lined with trees. The walls are decorated with mirror work and jali work that reflect Mughal styles. The garden is geometrically divided into eight sections and there is a small fountain here that has been carved out of a single slab of marble. This is called Parikrama.

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