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Bada Bagh

Ramgarh Road | 6 Km North of Jaisalmer on the road to Ramgarh, Jaisalmer 345001, India
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Private Tour: Full-Day Jaisalmer Sightseeing Tour
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  • Average17%
  • Poor6%
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“royal family” (40 reviews)
“big garden” (13 reviews)
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Ramgarh Road | 6 Km North of Jaisalmer on the road to Ramgarh, Jaisalmer 345001, India
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Bada Bagh or Bara Bagh literally means a Big Garden in local language, however is nowhere close to that. It infact is like a burial ground of the royal family., for the kings and queens who passed away. While the first cenotaph was built in...More

Thank svishwamitra
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

I can't say about in words how much beautiful place. This place is so beautiful and also a awesome place for new married couples. A best place for photoshoot. You can see many things at this place. SUPERB PLACE

Thank puru b
Reviewed 1 week ago

This was a beautiful and peaceful diversion outside Jaisalmer. Gorgeous sandstone cenotaphs of past kings that were initially built in the 19th century. No need for tour - just show up,and marvel at the beautiful structures.

Thank RickyD917
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A badabaag place is superb for a new couple and it's so romantic and a place which famous for his view and looking so beautiful......

Thank Bhatia R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It's been built alongside a lake and each stupa thing has been built in memory of a king and his wives and kids are buried around. It's a little away from the main jaisalmer dunes but worth a visit

Thank marlene_sequeira
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Built by Maharaja Jait Singh, the garden is a memorial where the nobles and their families were cremated. It offers breathtaking sunrise and sunset views.

Thank bose_rima
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We were here around 11.30 am and were not too impressed by these set of canopies as we had already seen so many artistic ones, which are erected in memory of dead.

Thank Harkaur884
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

It was nice attraction. CHATTRIES OR CENOTAPHS were built with jaisalmer yellow stone. Sarrounded by Bagh and a small river its look amazing.

Thank Kuldeep G
Reviewed 19 May 2017

Rajasthan has a tradition of constructing cenotaph in memories of departed person and more so in case of Royal family. Bada bagh is place where cenotaphs of erstwhile royal members of Jaisalmer family are constructed. The place is about 7-8 Km from Jaisalmer on Tanot...More

Thank sunilagrawa111
Reviewed 8 May 2017

Bada Bagh is a memorial place of all kings. Entry fee INR 100 per person and INR 100 for Camera chargers. There is no Parking area available and the area is not at all maintained. There are a lot of Broken beer bottles. No information...More

Thank priteshkulkarni
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rebecca r
How do I get out to The Bada Bagh. Is there a public bus? Thanks
29 June 2015|
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Response from Helen T | Reviewed this property |
No I don't think so, but it's not very far. Too far to walk, mind you. It takes half an hour or so in a car, if I remember rightly. You see some interesting things on the way, too. I just asked at my guest house and one of... More
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