10 Mughal Gardens In India Worth A Visit

10 Mughal Gardens In India Worth A Visit

When we think about gardens in India there are beautiful gardens which have unique architecture.  Talking about the Mughal era, Mughals had the great interest in building mosques, tombs, and gardens all over. The gardens made my Mughal are captivating and are unique in itself. Given below is the list of ten Mughal Gardens in India which are a delight to see.


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3. Roshanara garden

Roshanara garden

Roshanara Bagh is also known as Baradari. It is located in Shakti Nagar near Kamla Nagar Clocktower in Delhi. Shah Jahan’s second daughter, Roshanara Begum made this garden. In one corner of the garden, the ruins of her palace and tomb can also be found. On the other side, you can spot trees and garden.

4. Yadvindara Gardens

Yadvindara Gardens

Yadvindra Garden is situated in Panchkula which is part of the Haryana state. This garden was made in 17th Century by Nawab Fidai Khan. This beautiful garden has a center way which is full of water and both the sides have a covering of grass and beautiful flowers. This garden has a Sheesh Mahal too. It is built in the memory of Maharaja Yadvindara Singh.

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6. Chashme Shahi Garden

Chashme Shahi Garden

This garden is located near to Raj Bhawan in Srinagar. This was made by Ali Mardan Khan who was the Mughal governor at that time. The spring is present there which was discovered by Rupa Bhawani who belonged to a Kashmiri Pandit family. The spring is believed in having some medicinal properties and you can often spot tourist collecting the water in some bottle.

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7. Shalimar Bagh

Shalimar Bagh

This is one of the biggest Mughal gardens which is present in Srinagar. This garden is visited by a great number of tourists every year. This garden was built by Jahangeer for his wife Noor Jahan. During summers mostly they both use to visit this garden. From this garden’s terrace, you can clearly watch the beautiful water canal and Dal Lake which actually looks mesmerizing.

8. Khusro Bagh

Khusro Bagh

Khusro Bagh is a situated in Khuldabad which is near to Allahabad. It is just a few minutes walk away from Akbar Fort. It covers an area of 40 acres. This garden is a perfect example of Mughal architecture. It includes the tomb of Shah Begum and Nithar Begum.

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9. Brindavan Garden

Brindavan Garden

When we talk about the most beautiful Mughal Gardens, we cannot miss on to Brindavan Garen. This garden is present next to the Krishnarajasagara dam which is built across the Kaveri river. It is quite near to Mysore. This Mughal style garden gets a lot of attraction and every year around two million tourist visit this place.

10. The Presidential Garden

The Presidential Garden

The presidential garden is present at the backside of the Rashtrapati Bhavan.  It is also known as Rashtrapati Bhavan garden. This garden is open for public in the month of February every year. This is one of the most beautiful Mughal garden and consist of a great iety of flowers.

Thus these are the best Mughal gardens which you can see in different parts of India.

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