The Mughal Garden in Delhi opens to the public in February every year. Between 6 February to 14 March between 10 am to 4 pm, this year, Mughal Garden will open. The Mughal Gardens, inspired by the garden of Jammu and Kashmir, is visited by people from all walks of life. You have to be careful how to get to the Mughal Gardens with you, the Mughal Gardens, etc. Here is a brief overview of an itinerary for the Mughal Gardens to see. Also, we have added photos of the Mughal Garden to make you decide yourself whether you want to be there or not. People always enjoy the flowers, the central flower garden and the rose garden. There are many parts here.
The garden is massive, very pretty and well tended. It is enough to begin the day with good moods to have the herbal gardens, bonsai gardens, endless varieties of flowers, the fountains, birds and bees and the central Mughal gardens of the most prestigious. There’s a circular section full of flowers and there’s a heavenly fragrance. From a botanical point of view, the whole garden is educational. You will stay busy for at least 3 hours. The view of Rashtrapati Bhavan is awesome with lots of photogenic points.
Nearest Metro Station
Central Secretariat and Patel Chowk are the closest metro station to the Mughal Garden. From here you can descend on the Rail Bhawan and walk until the Mughal Garden’s Gate number 35.
Mughal Garden’s Entry Fee
There is no such entry fee to the Mughal Gardens, You do not have to pay anything to enter here.
Timings to visit Mughal Garden
You may visit any day, except on Mondays, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., from February 6 to March 14. It is recommended to go in the morning to enjoy the entire day. The picturesque beauty of the site is fantastic, you will definitely enjoy seeing this place. This location is beautiful and, yes, beautiful because it is in the President’s House.
Things not to take along
A number of things will be restricted at the entrance for safety reasons, such as:
Fast food or other eatables
Other consumer goods
Main Mughal Gardens attractions
The Mughal Garden is basically divided into 6 gardens specifically and areas for other activities. It has magnificently held, amazing collection of flowers with wide range of variety. The collection of Bonsai is also marvellous. Here flowers are enormous in scale.
Here is what in every Garden you can see:
1. Rectangular Garden
The Central Lawn of the Rectangular Garden is a central location for the annual ceremonies of ‘At Home’, arranged by the President of India on the day of the Republic, Independence Day and various other occasions. Special guests, famous people and respected figures are usually present here from time to time.
2. Long Garden
The 12-footlong walls are filled to the garden with creepers such as flame vine, trumpet vin, lassan bel and jasmine. The Chinese Orange or Kumquats trees planted can be seen along the walls. The Long Garden brings you to the Circular Garden brings you to the Circular Garden.
3. Circular Garden
The center of this garden is a bubble fountain hidden in a circular pond. The pond has lotus flowers and is surrounded by the marigold and calendula. Interestingly, a distillation unit is also installed in the Rashtrapati Bhavan Gardens near the Circular Garden to distill essential oils for aromatic and herbal plants. During the annual Udyanotsav festival, demonstrations are also given to farmers.
4. Spiritual Garden
There are around 40 species, including: Khair, Bamboo, Sandskin, Heena, Sita Ashoka, Butter Tree, Temple Tree Kadam Tree, Paras, Peepal, Fig, Date Palms, Krishna Burgad, Jasmine, Reetha and Shami among others. The garden has over 40 different plants and trees.
5. Herbal Garden
Variety of medicinal and ornamental plants can be seen here in this Garden. It was established by Dr APJ Abdul Kalam in 2002, the Herbal Gardens contains about 33 medicinal and aromatic plants that display their use. AYUSH Wellness Clinic provides treatment facilities for holistic therapy and care in areas of Ayurveda, Yoga, Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy. The herbs of the Rashtrapati Bhavan Herbal Gardens have been made available to use in various Ayurvecda and Unani therapies for AWC in support of this government of India initiative.
6. Musical Garden
The Musical Garden has three big water fountain sets, which show digital electromagnetism, hydrodynamics and hydrostatics in an area previously used as nursery, in the President’s Estate. The music is digitalised and a computerized software controller controls the audio system.
Location of Mughal Garden
Mughal Garden is the name given to formal gardens & fountains at India’s presidential palace, which is open to the public during February and March. It is located in Rashtrapati Bahavan and its address is Gate No. 35, Rashtrapati Bhawan, President’s Estate, New Delhi 110004