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Indira Gandhi international Airport is the nearest airport to Mughal Garden The journey time between Delhi Airport (DEL) and Rashtrapati Bhavan Mughal Garden is around 1h 29m and covers a distance of around 24 km.
New Delhi Railway Station is the closest railway station located near Mughal Garden. The Driving Distance from the Railway station to this place is 4 km. From Railway station you can hire numerous cabs and taxis to reach Mughal Garden.
Mughal Garden is well connected by road from all Indian states. The best way to reach here is to reach Delhi and follow the route map.
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Beautiful place ðŸ‘Œ
It's my dream to visit this place since childhood. I often heard stories about how APJ Abdul Kalam loved Mughal Garden and himself takes care of it.
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Mughal Garden, New Delhi, Delhi
Sprawling over 15 acres, Mughal Gardens were designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and inspired by the Mughal Gardens of Jammu and Kashmir, the gardens at the Taj Mahal as well as Persian & Indian miniature paintings. Yes, Mughal Gardens are actually a combination of multiple gardens and not just one!
Mughal gardens are a collection of gardens developed by the Mughals in the Persian architectural style. Babur, the founder of the Mughal Empire, laid the groundwork for the Mughal Gardens in India. Mughal garden is the perfect mix of Mughal and English buildings and flora. Sir Edwin Lutyens designed the Mughal Garden in Delhi in 1917 in the Persian Charbagh style.
The Mughal Garden is roughly separated into sections such as a main garden, terrace garden, long garden, and circular garden. This 15-acre garden features a wide range of roses, tulips, bonsais, daffodils, and over 70 other species of seasonal flowers each year. Bulbous flowers and exotic flowers are also imported from nations such as Brazil, China, and Japan.
Mughal Garden holds a special status in the heart of flower lovers. The garden is extremely beautiful and loaded with thousands of flower varieties.
At Mughal Garden, you can enjoy the melody of music which can raise your senses any time and provide peace to your mind body and soul.