MUGHAL GARDEN

Located in the majestic setup Rashtrapati Bhawan, the official residence of the President of India MUGHAL GARDEN is truly an epitome of beauty of nature.

Designed by Sir Edward Lutyens for Lady Harding, the garden takes its inspiration from the grand mughal empire and certainly the grandeur of the great mughal empire truly comes to life in the magnificent garden. Spread over an area of 13 acres the garden the garden marks a blend of British Engineering and the Mughal style.

The garden has various elegant and rare forms flowers and trees. 20 different varieties of roses are present; other flowers include Marigold, Bougainville, Sweet William, and other exotic variety of flowers. Also the major attraction is the various fountains and ponds with artificial lighting which adds to the entire charm of the scenic beauty of the garden. Mughal style canals, fountains, chatris are just a mark of excellence.

The garden is divided in three parts which are a circular garden, a rectangular block and long gardens. Also in the vicinity there is pearl garden, butterfly garden which provides a natural habitat for around 10 different kinds of species of butterflies.

The garden is opened for general public in the months of February to March every year with an exception on Monday. People can admire and appreciate the beauty of this garden in this part of the year, which also attracts a major number of tourists every year and is certainly one of the most visited places in Delhi.

 
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