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Mughal Garden of Rashtrapati Bhavan Delhi






New Delhi
: The famous Mughal Garden of Rashtrapati Bhavan will open on Wednesday i.e. 6th February. Like every time, this time too many flowers will remain the center of attraction in the garden. The biggest feature of this bar will be the orange tulips, which are different from other tulips. What is special in this garden and how can you go. Let us know which flowers will be seen this time.

From 6 February to 10 February, people will get a chance to see 70 different types of flowers. It will also have special flowers ordered from the Netherlands and japan.

How to do online booking

To go inside the Rashtrapati Bhavan, you can book from its website. This will prevent you from getting a long line. For booking, you can visit the website of Rashtrapati Bhavan    

Where is the Mughal Garden

The Mughal Garden is in New Delhi, the capital of India. It is located on the back side of Rashtrapati Bhavan (North Avenue). Entry and exit arrangements for the general public are from Gate number 35 of Rashtrapati Bhavan. This garden is spread over an area

What is the nearest metro station

The nearest metro station to the Mughal Gardens is named Central Secretariat. This metro station is connected to Violet and Yellow Metro lines. On reaching this metro station, you should exit from the side of Rail Bhawan to go to the Mughal Gardens. With this, you will have gate number 35 of

What time will the garden open

Mughal Garden of Rashtrapati Bhavan  will be open from 9 am to 6 pm from  6 February to 10 March 2019.

Which flowers will be special this time

10,000 tulips will be seen in bright colors. Also, about 137 varieties of rose flowers will be displayed in the Mughal Gardens. Apart from this, plants like Mogra-Motia, Rajnigandha, Bela, Rani of the night, Juhi, Champa-jasmine will also be seen around.

Apart from this, if Mughal Garden is called a Spiritual Garden, it will not be wrong. This garden will be equipped with trees and trees associated with various religious beliefs like sandalwood, plum, reetha, rudraksh, date palm, Christmas-tree, kalpavriksha, Krishna bade, khair, shami etc. Apart from this, 50 varieties of Bonsai plants will also be seen.

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