New Delhi, 16 March 2015 :: Mughal Garden that is surrounded by nearly 10,000 Tulips has scenic beauty that attracts visitor. The garden has been built by Mughals in Persian style of Architecture. It is situated at North Avenue of Rashtrapati Bhawan, entry from gate no. 35. This garden opens every year twice a month from February to March.The Rashtrapati Bhavan garden or presidential gardens is situated at the backside of the Bhavan and open to public in February till 15th of March every year. The Mughal Gardens is the most beautiful gardens of India and feature a vast variety of flowers.
Roses are central to the fame of Mughal gardens and a permanent feature throughout the year. The garden has more than 120 celebrated varieties of roses who have their prime bloom is in February-March.Nearest metro station is Central Secretariat on the yellow line. Take a short walk to Rashtrapati Bhawan and enter from Gate no. 35
Walk down the Mughal Gardens, feel the fresh scent coming from the beautiful flowers, all blooming up in glory. Spread over an area of 13 acres, the garden is a combination of the former Mughal style with that of the British architecture, designed by Sir Edwin Lutynes for Lady Harding. Two channels running North to South and two running East to West divide this garden into a grid of squares. There are six lotus shaped fountains at the crossings of these channels.Altogether, visiting this garden is a soothing pleasure to your eyes and it is a must visit when you are in Delhi.
Content & Photographs by :: Arpit Gupta and Seema Thakur