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Sahelion Ki Bari, Udaipur

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Garden · Nature / Park
The sound of water echos throughout Sahelion Ki Bari, an 18th century garden built by 48 young female attendants who were part of a princess's dowry. Take a stroll through the courtyard, which features many decorative lotus pools, marbled bird and elephant fountains, and water channels. Head to the museum to observe the antique objects used by the royal household and view a collection of stuffed animals. Also, visit the rose garden which showcases more than 100 varieties of flowers of various colors and sizes. With our world travel planner, Udaipur attractions like Sahelion Ki Bari can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Saheliyon ki bari is a fountain garden in Udaipur, which was built during the reign of Rana Sangram Singh. The main attraction of the place is beautiful architecture and fountains which are more...  more »
  • Advise take a guide. Just Rs. 100. You get all the information about the importance of the place. Beautiful place with many fountains and garden. Very well kept place. A must visit.  more »
  • It was nice, peaceful and fairly relaxing. However reasonably underwhelming for a park you have to pay for as well as one that’s fairly far from the centre. A few of the fountains were empty, not on or not working properly. A few of the plants & flowers were dead or not in bloom due to the time of year most likely. My issue, they charge 100 rupees each entry for foreigners, but... - They have allowed a handful of stalls inside which totally kills the vibe. People harassing you to view their stuff when you’re just after some peace and quiet. - Another man sat in the gallery area who was harassing us for a ‘donation’ for ‘maintenance, maintenance’. - Even the staff/volunteers working within the garden would approach us with the infamous line “photo? One photo?” It’s a garden!! I want relaxation and peace and quiet. Not people harassing me for the money in my pocket. Poor.
  • It's a nice palace. It was made for the amusement of queen and her friends. There is a little museum which represents the culture of Rajasthan. You can also appoint a guide for the tour of the palace. Entry fee is rs 20 for Indian citizens. Here you can check some photos clicked by me.
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