As the name implies, Mughal Gardens show a magnificent Mughal
and Persian architecture. The garden features fountains, canals, and pools.
Based in the Rashtrapati Bhawan Complex, Mughal Gardens look extremely
wonderful with lush greenery and unique species of flowers surrounding the
area. The garden is spread over 13 acres. Basically, it was constructed by
Edwin Lutyens for Harding in the early 19th century. It boasts of
the combination of British and Mughal architecture. Even though the
construction was over in 1917, the plantation work started ten years after the
Mughal gardens in the capital city resemble the gardens in
Jammu and Kashmir. People often believe that it is a replica of the splendid
gardens you find in Jammu and Kashmir. As soon as you enter the garden, the
exquisite variety of flowers and greenery will leave you spellbound. In
addition to the seasonally blossoming flowers, Mughal Gardens have endangered
flora species. With a whopping 159 species of flowers, this Persian
architecture is a must-visit site for nature lovers and explorers out there.
The popular floral species you will come across inside the complex are
Viscaria, tulips, daffodils, Hyacinth, Asiatic Lilies, and more.
In addition to the colorful flowers, Mughal Gardens are home
to four pristine water tanks. You will also spot the spectacular fountains
sparkling crystal-clear water. Mughal Gardens are a paradise for nature lovers.
With so much to observe and capture, the Garden has a strong history that is
worth exploring. Unfortunately, it is open only for a specific duration for all
visitors and international tourists out there. You can plan a visit to Delhi in
February or March if you want to explore this British and Mughal style architecture.
Make sure that the visiting hours for people change every year. You must check
its status on the internet before scheduling a trip.