Gardens in India

Gardens in India

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Rulers in India had always patronized beautiful gardens. The Mughal Dynasty has especially created beatifu gardens in India. Some of the well known ones are Shalimar Bagh Garden in Kashmir, Mughal Garden in Delhi, Taj Mahal Garden in Agra,

Some of the Well Known Gardens in the country are:

Buddha Jayanti Garden, New Delhi Lodi Garden, New Delhi Mughal Gardens, New Delhi Sarnath Deer Park, Varanasi Flower Vellye, Uttrakhand Anguri Bagh, Agra Yadvindra Garden, Pinjore Kanak Bagh, Jaipur Ram Bagh Garden, Amritsar Lal Bagh, Indore Shalimar Bagh, Srinagar Sahelion Ki Bari, Udaipur Jetavana Buddha Garden, Savatthi

Last Updated on : 3/11/2011

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