Kanak Vrindavan Valley

Jaipur is brimming with cultural heritage and beauty. The place which rightly happens to be the capital of Rajasthan is one of the most colorful places I have ever been to. From the colors of the bandhej sarees, to the bright hues to gemstones, to the gaudy shine of junk jewelry and to the intricate designs on the rajasthani mojaris, everything is so well lit up with beautiful vibrant colors. The same can be said about the rich history of the pink city, which was home to a number of kings and queens in the past. The place holds historical importance and one of the most important tourist spot over there is Kanak Vrindavan Valley.

Maharaj Sawai Singh of Jaipur had built this famous place almost 280 years ago. Located at the end of the Nahargarh hill, the place is breathtaking. I had visited the place on the third day of my Jaipur trip and spent more than half of my day admiring the beauty of these age old gardens. The name of the place deprived from the location where Lord Krishna is believed to have taken birth.

One may even find the statue of Lord Krishna, in the Sri Govind Deoji complex. The tour of Kanak Vrindavan valley is included in every Rajasthan tour, that is the kind of significance such a place holds. Encircled by the Aravalli hills, the place was meant for leisure hours of the king where he visited for recreation. On my visit, I noticed a number of unique trees which had differently shapes leaves, also there is a series of amazing fountains which make the place extremely picturesque. One of the major advantages of visiting these Jaipur Gardens, is that it is located very close to other tourist spots such as Elephant Park, Jaigarh Fort,  Jal Mahal and Amer Fort. So you can easily check out the historical significance of Jaipur city in just one day.


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