Mughal garden Delhi opening date 2013

Mughal Gardens, Delhi is going to be open for the public from February 10, 2012, if you want to get more information about the Mughal garden Delhi opening date 2012, timings and entry tickets for the same than please read the following article.

Mughal Garden New Delhi is going to be opened for public as per the following schedule. It is one of the beautiful gardens in India.

Date and Timings to visit Mughal Garden, New Delhi

Mughal Gardens, Delhi will open to the public from 16 February, Saturday to 17 March, Sunday while the differently-abled and the visually impaired people can visit it till 19 March,Tuesday and entry will be open only up to 4 p.m Mughal Gardens, Delhi will remain closed every Monday for maintenance activities and on other days also in case of a function in the Mughal gardens or during the visit of a VVIP during the said period.

Visitors will not be permitted to carry water bottles, briefcases, handbags, purses, umbrella, cameras, radios, cell phones, arms and ammunition and eatables for security reasons.

Mughal Garden, New Delhi entry scheme

Entry into and exit from the gardens will be from Gate No. 35 of President's Estate, which is located at the extreme end of Church Road. Entry for physically-challenged people using wheelchairs will be through the Rashtrapati Bhavan reception.

Mughal Garden, New Delhi major attractions

Mughal Garden, New Delhi is located inside the Rashtrapati Bhavan and spread over 15 acres. It has many varieties of flowers like roses,red,orange, yellow coloured hybrid roses besides roses gardens Mughal Garden also have other flowers like petunias, phlox, poppies, marigolds, calendula, tulips and dahlias.

This year people can see 120 varieties of roses across the 15-acre Mughal Gardens, and the main attraction are the 2,500 dahlias that will certainly grab eyeballs.

Then there is the herbal garden, spiritual garden, musical garden and the biodiversity park with a wide range of plants. There is also a Purdah garden, so called because of the patches of rose beds enclosed by high walls.

So visit the Mughal Garden, New Delhi this year and enjoy the nature at its full bloom.


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