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Different places to travel

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Mughal Gardens, Delhi





One of Delhi's best laid out and maintained gardens are located in what is undoubtedly one of Delhi's most aristocratic building. I am talking about the Mughal gardens located in Rashtrapati Bhavan (President's house).
Many more people have heard of this garden than have seen it. And in this fast paced world, I am not sure that so many people have actually heard of it. It is a very beautiful place (I saw it more than a decade back, and it still seems so beautiful in memory). Maybe because it is open to us general public only in February and March (except Monday) every year, so it seems even more inaccessible.


This image is actually taken from the President's official website. In this photo, you can see much more about the actual beauty of this place.

Some more links to help to know more about the beautiful Mughal Gardens:

1. President of India : Lots of detail in this site about the garden

2. Explore Delhi

3. The Hindu article from earlier this year




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4 Comments:

Blogger itchingtowrite said...

never been there, shud go sometime

10:46 AM, November 17, 2006  
Blogger cardamom said...

i wud love to visit..lets c when!!

10:20 PM, November 17, 2006  
Blogger Ashish said...

You folks really should. It's a beautiful place.

11:20 PM, November 17, 2006  
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