Bada Bagh 1/12 by Tripoto
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Excursions, garden tours
RS 10/- for Indians, RS 15/- for Foreign, RS 50/- for still camera, RS 100/- for camcorder
September - February
Families, Couples, Friends
9 out of 68 attractions in Jaisalmer
This literally means a “Big Garden”. This is an estate that was constructed by Mahrawal Jait Singh in the 16th Century on the Ramgarh Road. The main attractions here are a dam, a tank and a garden. All of these were built by large blocks of stone and are known as jait band and jai tsar. All of these have been named after the man who made them. Also beautiful are the cenotaphs or “chhatris” which belong to one ruler each. The oldest among these is the cenotaph of Mahrawal Jait Singh.
Priya Parashar
We started our day with Bada Bagh. And yes the place reminds you of scenes of Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam movie. No ticket counters but a guy was sitting outside who charged us some Rs 50. And the place was almost deserted. The place was dirty and lot of broken beer bottles as well. Clicking pictures using the cenotaphs as the backdrops was nice.
Sabyasachi Mukherjee
Some More ChhatrisWe reached Bada Bagh and it was pretty easy to recognizable from many movie scenes. Amazing art work and a blessing to photography. We were mostly busy clicking pictures of the place all the time. Not much can be written about except but pictures.
Bada Bagh, also called Barabagh (big garden) is a garden complex containing royal cenotaphs or ‘chhatris’ of Maharaja’s of Jaisalmer. Made of the famous golden stone of Jaisalmer these cenotaphs were built in memory of the city’s rulers.
Ayandrali Dutta
Anuradha Anmol
Next, our guides took us to Badabagh. Badabaugh in Jaisalmer is a famous place for a traveler to see. Bada (big) Bag (garden) was built by Maharawal Jait Sinh II in V.S. 1585. On the hill there are beautiful historical Chhatris or memorial of Maharawals of Jaisalmer.
Sanjay Bhattacharya
We stopped at this garden complex on our way to Lodurva. 6 km North of Jaisalmer, Bada Bagh is an interesting spot if you can spend sometime checking out the cenotaphs constructed to commemorate the Maharajas of Jaisalmer state. Good spot for taking pictures.