Charbagh Garden ( Jaigarh Fort Garden)

This is a small, intimate garden in Jaigarh fort which is situated outside the Royal Apartments. The garden also has a series of stones put up, each series having different kinds of painting in them. This garden is one of the favorite places of Maharaja. There is also a small pool which is centered in the complex and from here you can have a fabulous view of the surrounding mountains as well as of the fort. This garden is divided into four parts. Char Bagh garden lies beyond this, which has laid out in four-quartered style favored by the Mughals. In Char garden we can enjoy panoramic views of the Pink City. The view during the sunset is awesome in the garden. Char bagh garden is the hallmark of one of the Islamic gardens and it is divided in four parts and there are axial path ways to walk that intersects in the center of the garden. This garden is constructed with highly structured geometrical theme. Char bagh is the symbol of a political territory in itself as it was powerful metaphor for landscape organization.

The pink city has many lush green gardens. When Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II ruled, he planned the city and maintained many gardens in the city. The garden has many flowerbeds, fountains and several galleries, pavilions, and big green and shady trees. The garden is beautifully decorated with trees and fountains and perfectly manicured grass makes it look no less than Paradise.

The park is one of the tourist attractions in Jaipur. These areas provide a best place to spend some good time and to be in contact with nature. The chirps of the birds seems soothing to ears. One must visit this park while visiting the fort. Its beauty is retained till date and large number

of tourists come here on daily basis. Government has taken many steps for the maintenance of these parks and retained their beauty and fragrance.

The first Mughal emperor introduced the concept of Char Bagh. The concept of Char bagh originally originated from the Persian gardens and the garden of Persia symbolize the garden of Paradise. The gardens in paradise are supposed to be abundant in milk, water, honey and wine. The four sections of the garden symbolize these four things only. The gardens are never dry as special care is taken for water as it is of utmost importance for the gardens. The garden is looked after by devoted and dedicated authorities and is enriched with rich vegetation. The Britishers during their rule over India modified this garden but still the garden is stunning as it was in earlier times. The garden vegetation comprises of rows of sweet smelled roses, daffodils and trees that bear fruits. Ornamental plants are also there, that are planted with the purpose of adding beauty to the garden. A visit to the gardens is a must to soothe your eyes in the lush greenery.