Nature teaches us how-to live-in harmony with every aspect of life in the world. The most important teacher of life. However, it has become quite difficult to remain close to nature due to ever-changing environmental conditions. This is why the idea was developed by wildlife sanctuaries and gardens. In the area of Rajasthan in Udaipur, the Gulab Bagh is a beautiful and well-kept animal and plant habitat.
It is spread over 100 acres of Gulab Bagh, also known as Udaipur Zoo. It’s a must-visit town for flora and fauna lovers because it’s Udaipur’s biggest gardens. The garden contains several items that are important and aesthetically friendly to this beautiful garden. Such exclusive attractions are deserving of publicity.
The place is named after the rose because it is abundantly located here. The lotus pond is incredibly beautiful inside the Gulab Bagh; it is a treat for the eyes. It is very rejuvenating, with crystalline blue water and pink lotus with green leaves.
The former Suburban Park of Gulab Bagh has a lush green campus with an outdoor pool, a bibliothèque, and a zoological garden. There are four gates in the park, just two of them open to the public.
There are 350 two- and 50 four-wheelers in the garden parking space. The park has a 3-5 m height boundary wall made from concrete, stone, and stone, with a rusty, yet elegant look.
All the days of the week Gulab Bagh is open. The Gulab Bagh doors open between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. A ticket cost is INR 25 per person per garden and INR 5 for Indian adults and children per zoo. The zoo is paid INR 15 for the video.