The iconic garden of President Estate also known as Mughal garden will open its doors for the general public on February 5, 2020. The Mughal garden, which is opened every year, is inspired by the garden of Jammu and Kashmir. The garden is considered to be one of the world’s most beautiful gardens. If Rashtrapati Bhavan is a masterpiece of architecture, then the 15-acre Mughal garden is considered to be its soul.
What to see in the garden:
Long rows of dark pink roses, patches of daisies, tulips, lilies mark the onset of the spring ahead of the annual Udyanotsav. There are more than 120 famous species of roses in the country. Special roses include green roses and angelic. ‘Tulip’ Cyclamen, known for its magnificent colours, is the main attraction of the Mughal garden this year.
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About 10,000 tulips are frozen. There are more than 70 seasonal flowers in Mughal gardens, and about 33 medicinal and aromatic plants can be seen in medicinal gardens. The benefits of each plant are reported on the corner of the garden pots.
There is a circular section full of flowers. It takes around three hours to see the whole garden and it even makes an awesome place for many photographs.
How to reach, timing and entry fee?
Central Secretariat, Patel Chawk is the closet metro station to the Mughal garden. From the metro station, you need to walk until the Mughal garden gate number 35. There is no such entry fee for the garden. You can visit the garden from 10 am to 4 pm except on Mondays.
The garden is open from February 5 to March 8. We would recommend going in the morning to enjoy the full day.
What can you take inside?
There are many things which you are not allowed to take inside the garden.
Any food items
other consumer goods
But you can carry your mobile phones inside the garden. So, enjoy your visit to the world most beautiful garden.
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