With its name taken from the two Punjabi words ‘bara’ meaning twelve and ‘dar’ meaning doors, the Baradari Garden has twelve entrances. Maharaja Rajinder Singh started the construction of this magnificent garden in 1876. Owing to his likeness for Mughal style, the entire garden premise reflects the brilliant Mughal-style architecture. Located on the outside of the Sheranwala Gate in the North of Patiala, the Baradari Garden also shows the Maharaja’s love and interest towards nature. The plant species that are seen in this garden were brought by the Maharaja himself from different places to enrich his garden. The Baradari Palace, within the precincts of the Baradari Garden, served as the residence of the Maharaja and today has a number of documents stored inside it.
It Is Known For:-
1) The huge fruit trees that have been planted in the garden. These plant species were brought by the Maharaja from different places to adorn his garden.
2) The Fern House which is located inside the garden is also a famous attraction that people do not miss out while on their visit to this garden.
3) The Rock Garden inside the Baradari Garden showcases brilliant rock collections that have been beautifully set up for the people to enjoy.
4) The serenity and tranquility that pervades throughout the garden and provides relaxation opportunity to the restless mind.
Best Time To Visit:-
The Garden is an ideal spot for morning and evening strolls. The tall trees offer a lot of shade which makes gives the travelers respite from the scorching heat of the sun. However, one should avoid visiting this garden during the hot summer months like May, June, July.
Located in the north of the Old Patiala City, Baradari Garden is easily accessible by road. It is near the bus stand. Tourists can take public transport like buses or autos to reach this Garden area.
Nearest Railway Station:- Patiala Railway Station
Nearest Airport:- Chandigarh Airport
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