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Kank Vrindavan Garden Jaipur
State : Rajasthan
The vast complex of well developed and planned gardens along with an exquisitely and intricately carved beige stone temple with its marble columns and lattices, it is situated in the foothills of Nahargarh hills as we proceed from Jaipur to Amer. The sights are so beautiful that it is a preferred place for picnics and shooting of films. Kanak Vrindavan Valley definitely leaves a noticeable impression as one visits the complex enroute on a trip to the three garland forts of Jaipur, namely Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort and Amber Fort. The picturesque background boasts of divine views of Jal Mahal and is certainly the best green retreat, the Pink City offers to its tourists.Vrindavan Garden

An erstwhile elephant path, Kanak Valley is surrounded by Aravalli ranges and is situated adjoining the Amber Fort. The Dhok and Kadamba trees of the region, the scenic waterfalls, blossoms and lotus ponds grace this valley with their charms and enchantments. Birdwatchers delight in spotting the migratory birds such as the kingfisher, spotted dove and Neel Kanth. The complex houses temples that are as old as three centuries and in cludes the illustrious temples of Govind Deoji and Natawarji. The Kanak Bagh passes for a garden always in bloom. An idyllic stopover point for the wearied tourists, it offers greenery all around, serenity of temples on one side and cool breeze of the riverside that grace the banks of the Dharbawati River on the other side.

It is said that the river once crossed Jaipur but has now shrunk to end in the famous Mansagar Lake. Kanak Valley is said to be the sacred spot where it is believed that holy water from several rivers was accumulated to perform the Ashwamedh Yagna. The golden aura of Govind Deoji temple, dedicated to Lord Krishna, at night looks ecclesiastical and transports one to visions of heaven. It is said that Raja Sawai Jai Singh himself, named the place as Kanak Vrindavan at the time when Amber was his capital, because the beautiful place seemed to him like Vrindavan, the land of Lord Krishna. The strains of chants and hymns complete the cultural picture of the place and processions that start from Amber Fort during Teej and Gangaur festivals stop here for a while at the temple to pay their homage.


How to Reach
Air: Jaipur Airport, Sanganer is at a distance of around 11km from the city center. Indian Airlines, Jet Airways and domestivc carriers operate regular flighta to and from Jaipur. There are direct flights to Delhi, Mumbai, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Aurangabad, and some other cities from Jaipur.

Rail: The train service to Jaipur is available from all the major parts of the country. The direct connections to Jaipur are from Bikaner, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Ahmedabad, Secunderabad, Agra, Lucknow, Mumbai, Chennai and Calcutta.

By Road: Jaipur is well connected by road to various parts of India. Delhi-Jaipur national highway is one of the finest roads in India. Rajasthan roadways runs excellent regular service of AC and Deluxe Coaches from Delhi.
Jetty: From the Muhamma boat jetty the exhilarating boat ride to the resortwill take about 10 minutes.


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