Mughal gardens at Rashtrapati Bhavan, Mughal garden is built by the Mughals. This architecture is influenced by Kashmir and Agra (Mughal Garden), the Persian garden – the charbagh structure, which is intended to create a representation of earthly utopia. The perfect element to be with nature.
The Mughal Garden of Delhi, located in Rashtrapati Bhawan. This garden is the soul of the residence of the president of India. The entire garden is a stunning piece of a lush green plantation, attractive wildflowers and perfectly manicured grass. the Mughal garden is the main attraction for tourists from around the world.
In this article, you will see the lush greens and the variety of the flowers in the Mughal garden at Rashtrapati Bhavan.
Mughal garden is open for the public visits. People can visit Mughal Gardens for free from February 13th to March 8th, between 10 am to 5 pm. The garden will remain closed on Monday for maintenance.
This year due to COVID-19 pandemic entry, will only be available through an online booking facility and not walk at the entrance. Unlike previous year, various COVID-19 protocols along with sanitization facilities will be applicable this year at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in order to curb the spread of the disease. Visitors with online bookings, enter from gate no.35 of the president’s Estate, close to where north avenue meets Rashtrapati Bhavan.
This year, due to the pandemic, the online booking facility has been divided into seven hourly slot with 50-100 person in each slot. 3 people are allowed in one entry. Also, not more than five people are allowed to stand at one place inside the premises of Rashtrapati Bhavan to prevent the spread of the virus.
Note: Register yourself at least a week or 3 days before the visit.
Things to carry: Money bag and mobile phone.
Nearest station: The nearest metro station is Central Secretariat, then take auto to gate no. 35 of north avenue, Rashtrapati Bhavan.
For booking tickets link– https://rb.nic.in/rbvisit/rbvisit_mughal.aspx
Now, let me share the fragrant colorful experience in the Mughal gardens.
It is said that the first experience will remain in your hearts, especially, when it comes to seeing the glory of the Mughal Garden. I can vouch for the same as I got the chance to visit the garden first time.
The very first spot to see – Herbal Garden
HERBAL GARDEN is the only species of medicinal plants. Following kind of Herbal Gardens are promoted under the scheme to create awareness about traditional usage of medicinal plants. It was an Ayurvedic heaven with aromatic herbs which have medicinal properties like – Tulsi, Alovera, Ashwagandha, Datura, Tejpatta, Chandan, Amla, Neem and many more.
Second spot – Bonsai Gaeden
I have seen Bonsai plants in films like- SOTY (Student of the year), that time I wished to see the Bonsai what they looked like in reality. They all are of different types and look like a miniature form of the much bigger tree, which might be multiple times of my height!
Have a look at some of the bonsais in the Mughal garden.
After seeing so much in bonsai garden, let me take you to the very interesting side of the Mughal Garden where our honorable president of India, love to spend some quality time with his wife.
Third spot – Rashtrapati Bhavan Musical Garden
The musical garden is set up in the president’s estate in an area that was earlier used as a nursery, the garden has three large water fountain that demonstrate digital electromagnetism, hydrodynamics and hydrostatic. I must say this musical garden is one of the best and most lavish, gorgeous decor which treat to the soul.
Let me take you to the way to heaven the most awaited Garden or can say the heart of heaven. Yes! The Mughal Garden.
Here you enter toward the glory of the garden
While you enter the gate, you will notice on the right side you will see the beautiful Orange tree.
Now, see the most remarkable expression of the Mughal garden. It has almost every flower ever seen. Most of the flowers are seen in other states.
Now the attraction is here – Rose Garden
I used to do gardening on the terrace, especially, of roses. Roses are the best mood changers for me. I was very excited to see my most favourite part of the Mughal Garden (Rose garden) I have been waiting since long time to see the rose garden and look the wait is over.
The first look of the garden is just mesmerizing for me as it gives me the goosebumps on my hands to see the beauty of the roses. I never thought this can be such a beautiful sight! The Mughal garden has nearly 125 rose varieties and can be seen in full bloom in unusual shades ranging from green and blue to a deep maroon and much more.
This garden has seasonal flowers more than seventy varieties including exotic bulbous and winter flowering plants, stems are some of the most beautiful sights here.
The garden also grows 60 of 101 known types of bougainvillaeas. Flowers like alyssum, daisy and pansy are used to do the edging of the flowerbeds.
To enjoy the heavenly experience, you must not miss this time of the year. Like me, just get your tickets done online and you are all set to be rewarded by the beauty of nature.