Saheliyon Ki Bari, Udaipur

Saheliyon Ki Bari

Saheliyon Ki Bari (Garden) snapshot

Rank 4
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in Udaipur
Average Rating
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82 Ratings & 58 Reviews

About Saheliyon Ki Bari (Garden)

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    • Entry: Paid
    • Not Allowed: Pets
    • Timings - Opening & Closing: Monday - Friday: 9.00 AM - 6.00 PM , Saturday: 9.00 AM - 6.00 PM , Sunday: 9.00 AM - 6.00 PM , Public Holidays: 9.00 AM - 6.00 PM

Saheliyon Ki Bari is famous for its lush green lawns, marble art and fountains. Located on the banks of Fateh Sagar Lake, the garden was built in the 18th century by Maharana Sangram Singh for the royal ladies.

Legend states that the garden was designed by the king himself, after which he presented it to his queen. To offer a place of recreation to all the 48 maids, who had accompanied the queen after her marriage, this garden was made.

Apart from fountains in its four water pools, chiselled kiosks and marble elephants, the garden is also embellished with a lotus pool and bird-fountains. Green lawns, flowerbeds and marble pavilions are the highlights of the garden. Built by Maharana Bhopal Singh, a pavilion of rain fountains was made in order to form an illusion of rain dancing in cadence with dancing maids.

From England, these fountains were imported. Four black marbled kiosks are visible at the corners of the main reservoir. In its centre, one white marbled kiosk is located. The fountains are in the form of sculpted birds, on the top of kiosks. These birds spurt water from their beaks producing the rain effect. A huge collection of royal households is put on display in the museum located within the garden complex.

Literally meaning 'Garden of the Maids of Honour', it has numerous fountains located strategically in the four scenic pools. With over 100 varieties, a rose garden greets visitors. The garden's lotus pools and fountains have been placed at a lower level than the waters of Fateh Sagar. This also ensures that they are gravity-fed.

On the left of the central square, the 'Savan-Bhado' fountain is present. Daintily sculptured chhatris (pavilions) of soft black stone adorn the pond on the west. These sculptured chhatris are surrounded on all sides by fountains.

What travellers are saying about Saheliyon Ki Bari

Experience scale
  • Excellent 16
  • Very Good 17
  • Good 12
  • Average 6
  • Below Average 3
  • Poor 3
  • Terrible 1
Travellers recommend
  • Best Time:  During Day
  • Length of visit:  1-2hrs
Facilities available
  • Food available for purchase
  • Bathroom facilities
  • Camera/Video allowed
  • Wearing of shoes/footwear allowed
  • Lockers/Storage

8 Video Reviews for Saheliyon Ki Bari

Saswat kumar Nayak

  • Tourist
  • Saswat kumar Nayak
  • 2 Reviews
  • Posted Dec 13, 2017
Overall Rating
  • 230


  • Tourist
  • Pawan
  • Posted Nov 13, 2017
Overall Rating
  • 213

Akshaya Patil

  • Connoisseur
  • Akshaya Patil
  • Lives in Mumbai
  • 257 photos
  • 44 Reviews
  •  132 helpful votes
  •  36232 readers
  • Posted 3 months ago
Overall Rating
  • 212


  • Tourist
  • Amarjeet
  • Posted Dec 20, 2017
Overall Rating
  • 227


  • Tourist
  • Tejas
  • Lives in Mumbai
  • 71 photos
  • 1 Review
  •  5 helpful votes
  •  454 readers
  • Posted Dec 4, 2017
Overall Rating
  • 219


  • Tourist
  • Bhumika
  • Posted Nov 8, 2017
Overall Rating
  • 202

58 traveller reviews for Saheliyon Ki Bari

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Arup gangopadhyay

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  • Arup gangopadhyay
  • Lives in Pune
  • 1 photo
  • 6 Reviews
  •  124 readers

"A nicely maintained garden"

  • 3.5/7
  • Posted 1 month ago
This is well maintained as a historical park or garden. It has a number of fountains and lawns to click. Not really a huge place but worth a visit in the evening. A very calm and quite place to move around. Flower gardens are well taken care of.
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Eklovya Jain

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  • Eklovya Jain
  • Lives in Noida
  • 6 photos
  • 14 Reviews
  •  654 readers

"Good place to relax"

  • 5.0/7
  • Posted Apr 10, 2017
A small hand crafted garden provides a good place to sit and enjoy the greenery with the sound of water. Its nothing outstanding if you have been to some of the huge gardens that India has.
But overall a decent place.
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Nishant Abhinav

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  • Nishant Abhinav
  • Lives in Delhi
  • 3 photos
  • 10 Reviews
  •  7 helpful votes
  •  9664 readers

"A place that reminds you of royal Luxry"

  • 3.5/7
  • Posted Mar 3, 2017
Good place to have some leisure time. It reminds you of the time where the Rani (Queen) had her own park /abode. There is a good museum if your are a history lover. The park behind it well maintained and gives you opportunity to take some good shots on your camera.
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Ashish Sharma

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  • Ashish Sharma
  • Lives in Delhi
  • 7 Reviews
  •  1 helpful vote
  •  630 readers

"Masterpiece engineering of that time .. Must go"

  • 6.0/7
  • Posted Feb 10, 2017
This place located in the heart of city, you can visit here with any local mode of transportation,
This place is seriously awesome, I can bet you you will be amazed after visiting here, the engineering, architecture of this place is superb ... All fountains working with the help of gravitation, no electricity used here for the fountains ... Architecture is amazing, a must visit place for Udaipur
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Deepankar rai

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  • Deepankar rai
  • 4 Reviews
  •  114 readers

"Nothing to see here"

  • 2.0/7
  • Posted Jan 3, 2017
When I heard the name of this attraction, I had hoped it would have good amount of historical artifacts and things to offer.
How disappointed I was!
There is nothing to see here, apart from a garden that surrounds a pseudo-museum which has no relevance to the place.
I would rather visit Jagganathji temple again and again just to see the over-enthusiastic bhajan singer, even though I am not a religious kind of person.
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  • Manoj
  • Lives in Delhi
  • 3 photos
  • 8 Reviews
  •  9 helpful votes
  •  18359 readers

"Oasis in dry land."

  • 6.5/7
  • Posted Nov 5, 2016
Those kings and queens knew how to live it up. What a marvelous and relaxing place. Also the technology used for bringing water from far lakes is same as used in Aurangabad's panchaki.
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Naveen singh

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  • Naveen singh
  • Lives in Delhi
  • 57 photos
  • 23 Reviews
  •  8 helpful votes
  •  42550 readers

"Lovely place"

  • 7.0/7
  • Posted Sep 21, 2016
Nice and amazing beauty of this garden and inner heritage structure, widely spread in acres and having different sections of garden with lush green and variety of trees.

Ticket costs Rs. 10 per person.
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Prakash Sheth

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  • Prakash Sheth
  • Lives in Rajkot
  • 84 photos
  • 31 Reviews
  •  225 helpful votes
  •  17490 readers

"A nice garden"

  • 7.0/7
  • Posted May 7, 2016
It was vacation time in summer and Udaipur was nice option due to nearness to Gujarat and connectivity with all cities. The City is also known as lake city due to various lakes like Pichhola lake, fateh sagar lake etc.

The City palace, RAna pratap memorial, saheliyo ki badi, pichhola lake, manassas purna karni mata temple are the main attraction to visit in udaipur.

It is well maintained and well equipped garden with central fountain in the middle of garden.

Separate science museum is also nice attraction for children.

Earlier central fountain was operated on natural gravitational force of water from fateh sagar lake. But with the changes in water level and accumulation of waste in water it is made operational with electricity now.
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  • 3 votes

Parth Sabharwal

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  • Parth Sabharwal
  • Lives in Delhi
  • 1 photo
  • 351 Reviews
  •  333 helpful votes
  •  133521 readers

"A beautiful garden"

  • 7.0/7
  • Posted Apr 13, 2016
This beautiful garden was made by raja sangram singh on the bank of fatehpur lake, it is made for the queen and her all maids, for their enjoyment, most of the things brought are from England.
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Kalp Khamesra

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  • Kalp Khamesra
  • Lives in Udaipur
  • 2 photos
  • 6 Reviews
  •  3 helpful votes
  •  794 readers

"Definitely the biggest waste of time in Udaipur"

  • 1.0/7
  • Posted Apr 10, 2016
This is nothing but an awful museum and a garden where families come and eat their lunch. An absolute waste of time. Every guide will make you go here and I have no idea why. Unless you have huge interest in where the queens used to wash their feet, avoid this place.
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