Since times immemorial, Udaipur has been home to the Royal figures of Rajasthan. The Rajasthan Royalty have to their credit some of the most majestic palaces and forts that have ever been built in the whole world. Udaipur is also famous for its beautiful lakes and is rightly called the 'Venice of the East'. Located in the heart of the Aravalli hills, this city beckons a lot of tourists. Among the various tourist attractions, Nehru Garden in Udaipur is well known for its beauty and the splendor of the blossoms. This garden is one of the most visited sites among the Lakes and Gardens in Rajasthan. It is a great place to unwind after the busy sight seeing tour of the city.
History of Nehru Garden, Udaipur:
The Nehru Garden in Udaipur has derived its name from the first Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru. This park was first opened for the public on 14th November 1967.
Description of Nehru Garden, Udaipur:
This sprawling garden has been laid out in the form of an oval shaped island. The garden is built on the crystal clear waters of the Fateh Sagar Lake and makes for some fantastic views of the surroundings. A visit to this garden guarantees complete peace of mind and soul, as you take a walk around the flower beds, with a gentle breeze blowing over the lake. The grand Moti Mahal built by Rana Pratap can also be seen from this garden. The park is spread over an area of 41 acres and is one of the largest of its kind in Udaipur. The garden has beautiful flowers in diverse hues and a lily pond that is captivating.