Mughal Garden

Mughal Garden is one of the most significant historical gardens in Delhi. It is located inside the Rashtrapati Bhawan Complex. Mughal Garden is famous for the wide variety of flowers, some of which are rare and extinct.

Mughal Garden in Delhi is spread over an area of 13 acres and is a combination of the former Mughal style with that of the British style. Mughal Garden is designed by Sir Edwin Lutynes for Lady Harding.

Mughal Garden is a British garden inspired by the Mughal style and that is why you can come across some Mughal style canals, fountains and terraces. Mughal Garden is divided into 3 sections - rectangular, long and circular gardens also known as Pearl garden, Butterfly garden and Circular garden.

Mughal Garden has 4 waterways with a lotus-shaped red sandstone made fountain at their intersection. The whole Mughal Garden is a place of scenic beauty. You cannot take off your eyes away from its lush greenery. Moreover, the colorful flowers adds up to the pleasure of your eyes.

Mughal Garden is distinct from other gardens in the sense that it comprises of a large variety of trees and flowers such as marigold, rose, bougainvillea, sweet william, viscaria, etc. Mughal Garden is open for public visit only in the months of February and March when the flowers are in their full bloom.

At Mughal Garden in Delhi, you can relax yourself amidst the nature's majestic beauty and silence.Mughal Garden serves as the perfect destination for picnic in the spring.

Last Updated on 3/11/2011