Brindavan Garden is a garden located near Mysuru (Mysore) city in the Mandya District of the south Indian State of Karnataka.
Brindavan Garden in Mysore dates back to 1927 AD. The garden was planned and layout was structured the same year in the complex of Krishna Raja Sagar Dam (KRS Dam) in Srirangapatna in Mandya district of Karnataka.
The garden was later renovated beautifully in the year 2005 in a budget of Rs. 50 million.
Brindavan gardens lie adjacent to the Krishna Raja Sagara Dam which is built on the mighty river Cauvery.
The design of the garden follows the ancient signature Mughal style and various elements resemble those of prominent gardens built by the Mughals in northern India.
The main garden is spread across an area of about 60 acres. It includes a variety of foliage plants and flowering plants like bougainvillea, Celosia, Marigold and many more! Besides this, it also consists of many Ficus trees, and a fruit orchard which covers an area of around 75 acres and 2 horticultural farms –
The beauty of these gardens is further enhanced by many water fountains, a beautiful musical fountain, numerous life-size figures of animals created by clipping shrubs and plants and passageways covered by creepers that add more life to their look.
Brindavan Garden is open to visitors between 6 AM and 8 PM every day, on all days of the week.
An entry fee of INR 15 per head is applicable for every Indian national (adult) visitor to this place, and for kids below the age of 12 the entrance fee applicable is INR 5 per head.There is also a lake within the garden where visitors can enjoy boating, and a separate fee is charged for this.
Mandya district and more particularly Mysore city is well connected to various cities across India as well as other parts of the world. The city can be reached by air, rail or road.