Many park and bagh have its history so do Qudsia Bagh has ,it is located in Delhi on the main shamnath road, north of Inter State Bus Terminal (ISBT),near kashmiri gate. It was built in 17th century by Qudsia Begum, the queen of later Mughal emperor Muhammad Shah. It is been made out in a typical Persian Charbagh style.

Qudsia bagh was beautifully designed, carved and maintained during 17th and 18th century but later on greater part of the garden was destroyed to make ISBT and the tourist camp site. But whatever is there it is beautiful like an attractive gateway, some pavilion in carved red sand stone and the nature i.e. the greenery.

One can visit this place any day from morning till evening for free of cost i.e. there is no entry ticket and no photography charges, but suitable timing to visit this place is early morning throughout the year and afternoon in winter. One can either take local buses from various places or can hire auto and taxis or can take metro rail to reach this monument and the nearby metro station is Kashmiri gate to reach Qudsia Bagh. For sightseeing it takes about 30 minutes (approx) so one can get time to visit nearby places like Rajghat, Jama Masjid, Salimgarh Fort,Chandni Chowk, etc .If you are done with all major places in Delhi one must visit this place to see the architecture of Mughals and can also relax over there after their hectic busy schedule ,it’s worth going there.  

Home | About Us | Tell A Friends | Contact | Inquiry | Sitemap   © Copyright 20010 - 2011. All Rights Reserved. Journeybyheart