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Mughal Garden, New Delhi
Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
Displaying Persian-style architecture, Mughal Garden was built by the Mughals and displays water features and open, rectangular spaces. Running water plays an important part in the park's design, shown in pools, fountains, and canals. A variety of trees and flowers bloom along stone walkways, but guards do not usually let people sit and loiter. The park is not always open to the public, so check the schedule before your visit. Also, try arriving early to avoid long lines at the entrance. Put Mughal Garden into our New Delhi trip builder and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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Leider ist der (von den Briten angelegte) Mughal Garten hinter dem Präsidentenpalast nur an einigen Tagen im Februar und März geöffnet. Eine ruhige Oase, die dann aber auch gerne von indischen Familie... read more »Unfortunately, the Mughal (arranged by the British) is opened the garden behind the Presidential Palace only on some days in February and March. A tranquil oasis which is then gladly populated by Indian families there calmly strolling around. What contributes to the value of the show. Best before looking for the year current opening hours on the Internet.show original
Situated in the President House and is a seasonal affair. Its open for public only for few days / 01 month in a year. Docheck the opening days before you visit the attraction . Beautiful Garden
The Mughal garden is the garden located in the President estate.The garden has full of flowering plants.It was very well maintained by garden keepers.I was amazed by seeing so many different kinds of ... read more »
If you're planning to visit their you must remember that the garden is open only in February. The garden was built by the Mughals. Photography is restricted but no one cares. Security is so tight as it should be. Inside the garden is so beautiful. Lots of rare flowers are there and every thing is well maintained.
Best garden I have visited. Lots of cool spots for photography. Amazing flower collection Must visit place. A drawback is that it is only open in February .
Paresh Ratan Kundu
Landmark of the India. In to the Rastapati Bhavan (President House). Beautiful
Built by the Mughals in Islamic style of architectures which is located in the Rashtrapati Bhawan Premises, the place offers a Great Variety of Plants and Special Rare Flowers. It is a good place for anyone starting their Photography Lessons on Nature. The Security is as tight as possible and to enter, you need to pass through 3-4 Times of Checking. Photography is prohibited but all you see is People taking photos, so don't worry. If can you feel thirsty and forgot to bring your bottle in the scorching Summer, they do have Water Arrangements at every corners. Road Signs are everywhere, just so you don't get lost somewhere. So, Buckle up, and start shooting some fabulous Natural photos and Facebook would do the rest.
Its an awesome garden of rastrapati bhavan which is called mughal garden. It is like a heaven. This garden opens only between February and March month.
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