Mughal Garden was designed by Sir Edward Lutyens, English architect who was famous for versatility and range of invention in 1920s and 1930s.The garden was known as “the first garden of Republic”
Mughal Garden New Delhi Visiting Time
Timing: 10.00 am to -5.00 pm (Closed on Monday)
You can Book Ticket for Mughal Garden Online and Visit (Through Gate No. 35). Click here for Online Booking.
The garden only opens for a short period of time during the festival of Udyanotsav between the months of February and March. The time and dates of which change annually and are announced shortly before the visits commence.
The Mughal Gardens will remain open for the general Public from February 13, 2021 to March 21, 2021(except on Mondays which are maintainance days).As a Precautionary measure, walk-in entry will not be available this year. Each slot is said to accommodate around 100 People. All of them will have to adhere to strict covid protocols while visiting the garden.
Mughal Gargen is spread over a vast expanse of 15 acres, popularly known as the ‘Soul’ of the presidential palace. It was located inside the Rashtrapati Bhawan Complex. Its a wonderful incorporation of Mughal architecture with that of British style. Inspired by the Mughal Gardens in Jammu and Kashmir, the ones in Delhi have succeeded in replicating the same charm and creating the picture perfect verdure panorama.The entire complex is a breathtaking combination of Circular, Spiritual, Bonsai, Herbal, Tactile and Musical Gardens. Many thousands of tulip bulbs are imported from as far as the Netherlands in different colour varities. The gardens feature an extensive variety of seasonally blooming flowers. Flower carpets in vibrant hues are displayed in the Central Lawn, showcasing the skill and creativity of the in –house gardeners and design experts.The water fountains are perfectly synced with the beats of music.The Islamic and Persian style of Charbagh structure is a masterpiece in its own way and can be found in many of these beautiful gardens in india.The pools and the garden all around with water fountains are the characteristics of these Mughal gardens.
Mughal Garden is divided into four section:
- Rectangular Pearl Garden
- Long Butterfly Garden
- Circular Garden
- Terraced Garden
Some Salient Characteristics of Mughal Garden:
- A high Surrounding wall
- Straight tile-lined channels of water
- Bubbling Fountains
- Trees for Shed and Fruit
- A pavilion or Gazebo
- Varieties of Flower
• Is there any ticket for Mughal Gardens?
The Entry fees of Mughal Garden is absolutely free (Rs. 0.0) per person no entry fee. The Entrance ticket price of this place is the official fee for entry to and visit of the place during its opening times. It’s a part of a majority of new Delhi tour packages and is a great place to visit with your family.
• Which day Mughal Garden closed?
The most important thing we all have to know is before visiting Mughal Garden is that it remains closed on Monday for Maintenance work.
• How can I get Mughal Garden ticket?
To book passes online, users can visit the president of India website and click on the Mughal Gardens link. Book Mughal Garden Ticket Online. Booking can also be done via the Rashtrapati Sachivalaya website and only five visitors can be registered in a single booking. For mobile phone users, only one booking will be allowed from one mobile number.
• How can I go to Mughal Garden by Metro?
The nearest metro station to reach the Mughal Gardens is Central Secretariat. From here you can get down at Rail Bhawan and walk till gate number 35 of the Mughal Gardens.
• How to reach Mughal Gardens by Bus or Metro?
1. DTDC Buses that go to Mughal Garden:
Bus Numbers- 100,480,604,620,680,720,729,770ALTD, 810,890.
Metro Lines that takes you to Mughal Garden- AIRPORT EXPRESS, VIOLET LINE, YELLOW LINE
• Is Mobile allowed in Mughal Garden?
• Mobile phones are allowed there. You can click pictures from mobile
• Can we click photos in Mughal Garden?
Yes, you can click pictures from mobile but you cannot click pictures from your camera. No camera is allowed inside the garden due to security reasons.
• Can we visit/enter Rashtrapati Bhawan?
Visiting days of Rashtrapati Bhawan Museum Complex (Circuit No.2) are all days except Mondays. Visiting days of Rashtrapati Bhawan Gardens (Circuit No.3) are Friday, Saturday and Sunday only during the months from August to March.