The garden is named on principal architect of Jaipur, Vidhyadhar. It is a beautiful heritage garden between the hills which is still preserving its old charm and nature. It is not usually open for public. See the details before visiting over there.
This well maintained astronomical site is worth spending at least an hour at while visiting Jaipur. How did they figure this out so long ago?
One of the best and well maintained garden in the city, beautifully designed and was built in the memory of Jaipur's chief Architect, Vidyadhar Bhattacharya. It is an icon of heritage and culture of the city. Beautiful fountains, tiers of terraced gardens, number of galleries, royal pavilions and scenic lakes are the identity of this garden.. preferable time to visit... 更多
This garden actually had two halves, a really rather scummy right side where you'll probably see the guards sitting, and a much more attractive side on the left, which extends down the valley for a bit. This latter side has well kept lawns and beautiful open sided buildings, and its very pleasant to walk around. As with the Sisodiya garden... 更多
A really peaceful and tranquil place despite other tourists. Definitely worth getting out and about to visit the Gardens despite them being off the beaten track.
What people know as Vidyadhar Garden is not worth visiting only because of maintenance of Garden or variety of plants... 更多
Situated 7 kms. east of Jaipur in a narrow valley, the garden, in memory of Vidyadhar, the architect of the... 更多