• How to visit Mughal gardens in Delhi: Complete Guide of Mughal Gardens

    Designed b Sir Edwin Luteyn’s Mughal Garden is a predominant piece of architecture and nature beauty trip which acts as soul of President’s house in New Delhi Capital of India. The Mughal Gardens draw its inspiration from the Mughal Gardens of Jammu and Kashmir, the gardens around the Taj Mahal.Tourists can view two different horticulture traditions together for the gardens, Mughal style architecture, English flower garden, terraces, lawns and flowering shrubs.

    The Mughal Gardens had been opened every year for the public only during the annual festival, Udyanotsav, held in the months of February-March. This year amidst Corona pandemic, the garden has been opened from 13th Febuary till 21st march. So Delhites and other tourists outside Delhi can enjoy the beds of flowers attractive view with their loving partner or family in these pink romantic months of Feb and March. Key attractions of the Mughal Garden Rose and variety of roses with more than 150 types are key attraction of the Mughal gardens. They include, Adora, Mrinalini, Taj Mahal, Eiffel Tower, Modern Art, Oklahoma (also called black rose), Belami, Black Lady, Paradise, Blue Moon and Lady X. The Mughal Gardens also include roses named after people of national and international fame such as Mother Teresa, Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Mr. Lincoln, John F. Kennedy, Jawahar, Queen Elizabeth, Christian Dior amongst others. Arjun and Bhim, from the Mahabharata, also find place in the president house.

    Besides roses, you can find tulips, Asiatic lilies, daffodils, hyacinth and other seasonal flowers including exotic bulbous and winter flowering plants. Flora and fauna of the garden is worth praising with a chance to observe national bird peacock sitting and singing at some old huge tree. The garden also grows 60 of the 101 known types of bougainvilleas. Edging and flowering of flower beds is done with alyssum, daisy, pansy etc. The grass that covers the garden is the doob grass, which was originally brought from Calcutta (now Kolkata) when the Mughal Gardens was being planted. The Gardens has almost 50 varieties of trees, shrubs and vines including Moulsiri tree, Golden Rain tree, flower bearing Torch Tree and many more.

    How to reach Mughal Gardens this year

    If you are planning to visit Mughal Gardens this year then must assure of complying all the safety and precautionary measures for coronavirus. With strict social distancing measures, a cap on the number of visitors and no on-the-spot entry, the famed Mughal Gardens of the Rashtrapati Bhawan had initiated its annual Udyanotsav.

    Book online tickets earlier as window for booking tickets opened before 1 week of the due date. Booking can be made on rashtrapatisachivalaya.gov.in or rb.nic.in/rbvisit/v… There will seven slots from 10 am to 5 pm and 100 people will be allowed in each slot to maintain social distancing. Not more than five people will be allowed to stand at one place so that appropriate distancing can be maintained, it said. Temperature checks will be done at the entry point of the garden and a person without a face mask will not be allowed to enter.

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