Inside one of India’s best gardens

  • The Mughal Garden is spread over an area of about 13 acres of land
  • Designed by Sir Edwin Lutynes for Lady Harding, it has a great combination of the Mughal and the British styles
  • The entire garden has been divided into three long and circular gardens named as the Pearl Garden, Butterfly Garden, and the Circular Garden
  • Mughal Garden

    Posted by President of India on Friday, 19 February 2016

  • There are six lotus shaped fountains.
  • There are also two big lawns, covered with  ‘doob’ grass brought from Belvedere Estate, Kolkata (Calcutta, at that time) during the inception of the gardens.
  • Mughal Garden Rashtrapati Bhavan

    Posted by President of India on Friday, 19 February 2016

  • The garden is full of tress such as Moulsri, Cypress, China Orange trees and various rose shrubs. There are various flowering trees such as Raat ki Rani, Marigold, Sweet William, Bougainvillea, Viscaria, and many creepers like the Climbing Roses, the Rangoon Creepers and many others.
  • Visitors @ Mughal Garden

    Posted by President of India on Tuesday, 16 February 2016

  • The garden has a variety of over 250 species of roses in the world which makes it one of the best rose gardens of the globe. It has roses of almost all colors and sizes.

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