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Mughal Gardens in Srinagar
Mughal Gardens, SrinagarSrinagar the summer capital of Kashmir is righteously famous for its Mughal gardens. There are numerous gardens or Baghs scattered in and around Srinagar. It was the favourite spot of Mughals and they visited it as often as they could. The Baghs are situated amidst hill sides, terraced with water bodies, compassed with flowers and trees, were laid out in a patio form, depicting the legendary love of Mughals for them. The Mughal gardens in Srinagar include Chasma Shahi (The Royal Fountains); Pari Mahal (The Palace of Fairies); Nishat Bagh (The garden of spring); The Shalimar Bagh and The Nashim Bagh. These gardens are unique in its surroundings, which offer breathtaking view of its varying landscape.

Botanical Garden in Darjeeling
The Llyod Botanical Gardens, situated at an elevation of 6,000 ft, symbolizes the uniqueness of flora and fauna of Eastern Himalayas. Named after William Llyod, these gardens were donated to the government in 1878 by him. Among verdurous lawns and bosky slopes, you can see the pride of colorful enchanting flowers and enjoy the everlasting aspects of incalculable orchids. The place is worth a visit because of its exclusive and exotic collection of Himalayan plants and flowers. They are easily accessible in the town and there is no entree fee. A camera, a handy notebook for, writing down in pen, the beauty of these gardens and a few hours to spare is a must if you visit these gardens.

Botanical Garden in Calcutta
The expansive Botanical Gardens of Calcutta, lie on the west bank of the Hoogly river were founded in 1787 by East India Company. These gardens boast of being the biggest gardens in Asia and second largest in the world. Here you will find bewildering variety of flowers, fruit bearing trees of rarest kinds, a large variety of aquatic plants, innumerable type of cactus, orchids and last but not the least a 200 year old Banyan tree, which is claimed to have the second largest awning in the world. Occupying 109 acres of land, these gardens are a great source of relaxation from, the hustle-bustle of city life. People interested in botany will have an unforgettable time here. They are open from 9 am to 5 pm.

Lodhi Garden in Delhi
Lodhi Garden, DelhiLodhi Garden is located 3 kms away from Humayun's tomb and adjoin the India International Centre in the massive Delhi. It is a a blue-eyed location among delhi picnickers, joggers, fitness freakers, morning walkers and couples in love. Established in the 16th century by Sayyids and Lodhis these gardens are very well planned with artificial streams. The gardens are sprawling with lush green trees, vegetation, beautiful floers and swaying trees. Various ancient tombs are disseminated all over the park. These gardens provide a peaceful and amicable environment. They look mind-boggling in the evenings as, the monuments are lit with halogen lights, making it a perfect place to visit.

Nek Chand Garden in Chandigarh
Built out of the factory waste, debris and junk material, the Rock garden in Chandigarh is conceivably the world's most conspicuous and agitative statement of the possibility of finding beauty in the unanticipated. This massive garden is a creation of Nek Chand. It is acknowledged as one of the modern wonders of the world. Beautiful streams and waterfalls add to it's attraction. Several human sculptures and thousands of cement animals echo the design of Rock garden. There is a Nek Chand foundation in London to raise funds for the garden. Over 5000 people visit this magnificent place each day and enjoy the remarkable achievement of Nek Chand. It is considered to be the second most-visited destination of tourists after the grand Taj Mahal.

Humayun's Tomb In Delhi
Built in the 16th century by the Haji Begum, wife of Humayun, this tomb exhibits the Mughal artistry. Resting on two massive platforms the tomb is made up of red sand stone and is encircled by lavish gardens and intersected by water channels. This is a harmonious, super structured mausoleum depicting the great Mughal architecture. It was the very first garden on the Indian sub- continent. Besides Humayun, many other Mughals like Hamida Begum, Akbar's mother, Shah Jahan's son and Bahadur Shah Zafar are buried here. It is very well maintained by Archaeological Survey of India. The design of the grand Taj Mahal is believed to be inspired by the tomb of Humayun. The entry in magnanimous monument is free on Fridays.

Mandore Garden in Jodhpur
Mandore Garden, JodhpurMandore is the formal capital of Marwar and is located 9 kms from Jodhpur. These gardens are primarily dedicated to funerary memorials of Jodhpur rulers. The Gardens built along these cenotaphs are unique in themselves and are built on the lines of Hindu temples. These beautiful cenotaphs are set in marvellous gardens exhibiting the scenic beauty. The hall of heroes is situated near to the cenotaphs. The hall is dedicated to various deities and Rajputs. This is a popular picnic spot and is extremely renowned for its lush green gardens, colorful flowers, swaying trees and a museum displaying sculptures. The sculptures are all showed in regional style and the rock-cut sculptures represent various Rajput heroes and images of God.

Apart from the gardens mentioned above, there are other wonderfully laid-out gardens in India like the Lal Bagh Gardens of Bangalore, Botanical Gardens in Ooty, Mughal Garden at Rashtrapati Bhawan, The Agri Horiculture garden of Calcutta, Botanical Gardens of Shimla, The Garden of Five Senses in Delhi are some worth visiting

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