Pinjore Gardens is a memorable seventeenth century plant situated in Pinjore city of Panchkula region in the Indian territory of Haryana. It is a case of the Mughal Gardens building style, which was revamped by the Patiala Dynasty Jat Sikh Rulers. The garden in the city of Pinjore on the Ambala-Shimla street, close to the old eighth century outside archeological exhibition hall site of Bhima Devi Temple Complex, is 22 kilometers 14 mi from Chandigarh, 5 kilometers 3.1 mi from UNESCO World Heritage Kalka– Shimla Railway and 255 kilometers 158 mi from Delhi.
It is agreeable by street, rail and air from all parts of the nation. The garden has been laid in seven porches, with the primary door of the garden opening into the most astounding first patio, which has a royal residence worked in Rajasthani– Mughal style. It is known as the "Shish Mahal" royal residence of glass, which is appended by a sentimental "Hawa Mahal" breezy Palace. The second porch with curved entryways has the "Rang Mahal" painted castle.
The third patio has cypress trees and flowerbeds prompting thick forests of organic product trees. The following patio has the "Jal Mahal" royal residence of water with a square wellspring quaint little inn stage to unwind. Wellsprings and tree forests are given in the following patio. The lowermost porch has an outside theater, which is composed as a circle like structure.