Among the green patches in the city of Jaipur, Ram
Niwas Garden is of utmost significance. Not only does
it exhibit natural beauty in the center of the city
in the midst of concrete jungles but it also houses
a couple of prominent attractions of the city.
Established by Sawai Raja Pratap Singh in the year
1868, this place was constructed to offer relief from
the drought that had taken over the state of Jaipur.
It is believed that in those times, the total expense
for constructing Ram Niwas Bagh in Jaipur had come out
to something around four lakh rupees.
The major places that constitute the famous Ram Niwas
Bagh in Jaipur are Albert Hall, Zoological Garden and
the garden area. The foundation stone of the famous
Albert Hall was laid in the year 1876 by Prince of Wales
Prince Albert. The famous hall at Ram Niwas Bagh now
houses an amazingly beautiful museum.
Located in the heart of the city, the famous Ram Niwas
Bagh is easily commutable from all parts of the city
of Jaipur. The place is at a convenient distance of
nearly two kilometers from the center of the city at
Badi Chaupar. The tourists arriving in the Pink City
can visit this place to savor the natural beauty of
flowering and non flowering plants in the garden area
and the museum at the famous Albert Hall.
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