Vadodara – The Memorial of Gaekwads


In Gujrat is Vadodara, a city that is a pure memorial of Gaekwads rule and reign of power. With the monuments that will make your heart go in bliss with their architectural beauty and the parks that will leave you to enjoy the power of nature, Vadodara is a city that will surely leave you astonished and amazed by the way it is.

This city is a pure memorial to the Maratha ruler Sayaji Rao Gaekwad III and his vision to make Vadodara a technological centre for industries, commerce and education.

Today, while Gujarati people are living here, this place buzzes with lights and festival happiness during the Navratri season. The Vadodara is a place of true exuberance and cultural happenings during Navratri Festival.

Known by its old name “Baroda” the Vadodara is built on the legacy of Maratha Rule, that was once ruled by Baroda State's Maratha royal family. Today, the Vadodara is a cultural, industrial and educational hub that houses many great industries like pharmaceuticals, petrochemicals, chemicals, engineering and educational hub with many great and prominent educational institutions.

While you are absorbed in the beauty of Vadodara, here are the best tourist attractions that are worth exploring in this city:

Laxmi Vilas Palace – Considered as a palace with true grandeur, this palace is considered as the most majestic palace in whole India. Home to Maharaja Sayaji Rao III, this palace and its vicinity is spread in the area of 700 acres. This palace is complemented with the great lush green gardens. If that is not enough, then there is a golf course near the palace as well.

The palace was constructed in the year 1890 and the cost of building this palace was £180,000.

Vadodara Museum and Picture Gallery – Constructed in the year 1894 by the Gaekwads, the Museum and picture gallery at Vadodara is home to a number of valuable relics from geology and archaeology. There are some rare 109 painting from the Mughal era and a full Mahabharat that is translated to the Persian language, and a statue of Natraj from the 11th century.

Sayaji Gardens – The name suggests, Sayaji garden is built to dedicate Maharaja Sayaji Rao III. This garden is considered as the biggest garden in western India. The garden was built in the year 1879 on Vishwamitri River. The garden is home to 99 varieties of trees and two great museums. The park also has a huge skeleton of Blue Whale. There is a floral cock that is also a rare attraction. The Sayaji Garden also houses the Sardar Patel Planetarium, you can watch daily shows in this planetarium.

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