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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The garden is far from immaculate but it has some very pleasant parts where the mature trees and plants are surrounded by gravity fed fountains. The sound produced by the fountains is like rainfall in the forest. There are many fine and mature Royal Palms. On the day we visited the garden was quite busy but it was still a pleasant escape from the traffic and crowds on the streets outside

Thank JoDubaiUae
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The most appreciable part was the art museum- the metamorphosis of the gardens & it's maidens into art was really fabulous.
The fountains, the lotus pond (now invaded by lilies), the elephants carved out of marble- all the elements, make this place a must visit on your list. Probably with a little more upkeep, the splendor of the past can be restored. As of now, a little imagination can help imagine it's charm & how joyous it must have been as a retreat for the royal ladies.

Thank drvanhelsingh
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Entry ticket is 10 rs per person. Its just a garden with few fountains. We had visited there in night and found nothing special about it.

Thank Guptadheer
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Really not much of a garden save the lotus pond. The parterres didnt have any flowering plants ..just regular hedges n lawns. There were no benches to sit on n relax or soak in the feel of the garden. 10 minutes max to visit the place. In its time thanks to the hydraulics it must have been a marvel of engineering but even the guides dont have a proper understanding of the hydraulics involved.

Thank shenazp
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Beautiful place amazing place u Shud visit and know the gr8 technology that was developed so early without any electricity

Thank SUDHIR M
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Reviewed 5 days ago

As the name says its place for Royal women for enjoyment. It has beautiful garden n water fountains everywhere. Very cool place to visit. The parking fees is 10 INR. Drinking water available for 1 INR/ Lit. Shopping wise not recommended. Udaipur palace is much better for souveniers. Much away from lake pichola

Thank Neelam M
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Reviewed 6 days ago

This beautiful garden which was built by the King for his Queen so she can spent time with her "Sahelian" (Friends). The garden is full of fountains. Moment you enter the gate of the garden the first fountain rising from floor greets you. As you move ahead and enter another gate there are series of fountains along a round water pond with Lilies. The water from round the pond comes up and forms a water dome. In the center there is a small Gazibo in old architecture style. Water falls from the roof. There is bird on top and due to pressure the bird revolves on its pivot and a water fountain comes out from its peak. What a beauty and a technical wonder created some 400 hundred years ago. Yet another beauty is along another pond where there are four Elephants made of single piece of marble. The fountain of water comes out of the trunks of all the four elephants and mets at the centre. Wov! Yet another engineering marvel. There are more fountains and beautiful garden all around. There are souvenir shops and photographer available. You can get yourself photographed in traditional Rajasthani dress. A must visit when you are Udaipur.

Thank Siraj D
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Yet to figure out reason to visit this place.The place just has a small pond and landscape garden. Few medicinal plants displaying benefits.

Thank Tourist02441069993
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Old garden and okay in maintenance. Place stay crowded most times and except few spots to take photos nothing great about this place. You can go if u don’t have anything to do and just want to spend sometime

Thank SubasHota
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Neat and well maintained garden, not much impressed by the numerous fountains...just a nice place to walk around but not worth the hype

Thank sheramir
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