The amazing Kesar Kyari as seen from the Amer Fort is a unique display of architecture right in the middle of the Maota Lake.
It is believed that the Kesar Kyari Bagh on Maota Lake was created around 1600 for the women of the harem to admire the plants from above.
Some scholars call it the Maunbari garden and argue that it was designed to be viewed at night, the pale marble partitions standing out in the moonlight like a pattern of lace against the dark plants.
The uniqueness of this garden is its triumphant artificiality. Nestled below rugged hills, it is striking because the whole thing is so obviously, gloriously man-made, from the dammed lake, square platform base, and stepped terraces to the intricate stonework and patterned planting.