Located in the western precinct of the complex, are the three beautiful gardens. First one has a central pavilion in the middle of the pool, which is connnected to the land with causeways. The second is the fountain garden, where few of the fountains still work during the rainy seasons. With the walkway in the center, there are two deep long pools on either sides that have thin long serpent like streams coming into them. The streams have perforated limestone slabs which serve as fountains at certain intervals. The water supply to them comes from underground water conduits. The third water garden is majorly out of site as it is hidden by trees and boulders. It is also the largest in the area. It has two islands on either side of fountain garden which are surrounded with moats and contain the water palace of King Kashyapa.