Botanical Gardens in India

List of Botanical Gardens in India

Botanical Gardens NameLocationState
Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Indian Botanic GardenShibpurKolkata
Agri Horticultural Society of IndiaAliporeKolkata
Assam State Zoo-cum-Botanical GardenGuwahatiAssam
Botanical GardenNear SarangpurChandigarh
Empress GardenPuneMaharashtra
Garden of Medicinal PlantsNorth Bengal UniversityWest Bengal
Government Botanical GardensOotacamund, Nilgiris DistrictTamil Nadu
IFGTB Botanical Garden - The Institute of Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding (IFGTB)CoimbatoreTamil Nadu
Jawaharlal Nehru Tropical Botanical Garden and Research Institute (TBGRI)TrivandrumKerala
Malampuzha GardenPalakkadKerala
Jhansi Botanical GardenJhansiUttar Pradesh
Odisha State Botanical Garden NandankananBhubaneswarOdisha
Aligarh Fort (maintained by the Department of Botany AMU )AligarhUttar Pradesh.
The Mysore Zoo is also a botanical gardenMysoreKarnataka
Regional Museum of Natural History MysoreMysoreKarnataka
University of Mysore Botanic GardenMysoreKarnataka
Curzon ParkMysoreKarnataka
Pilikula Arboretum (Pilikula Botanical Garden)Pilikula Nisargadhama, MangaloreKarnataka
Botanical Garden of the Department of Applied Botany ( Mangalore University )MangaloreKarnataka
Lloyd's Botanical GardenDarjeelingWest Bengal
Saharanpur Botanical GardenSaharanpurUttar Pradesh
Semmozhi PoongaChennaiTamil Nadu
R. B. Botanical Garden and Amusement Park, Gujarat Technological UniversityAhmedabadGujarat
Vellayani Agricultural CollegeTrivandrumKerala
The Garca Branca Ayurvedic Botanical GardenLoutolimGoa
Narendra Narayan ParkCooch BeharWest Bengal

Last Updated on : January 13, 2015



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