Mughal Garden of Rashtrapati Bhavan will be open to the public from February 6, registration will be free
The Mughal Garden of Rashtrapati Bhavan will open to the general public from 6 February. According to the information received, it will also be open on Saturdays and Sundays (except government holidays). Actually, on Saturday and Sunday, people come in large numbers due to the holiday, so it will remain open. The Mughal Gardens inside the Rashtrapati Bhavan will remain closed on every Monday in the week.
Water, milk bottles, briefcases, handbags, ladies purses, cameras, radios, umbrellas and other objectionable items will be banned in the Mughal Garden complex due to security reasons.
There are 12 gardens within the Mughal Gardens which are famous for their quality. Among them, the Mughal Garden is divided into a rectangle, lawn and circular three parts. Apart from this, Rose Garden, Bio-Diversity Park, Musical Fountain, Herbal Garden, Butterfly, Sunshine Garden, Spiritual Garden (which has religiously described trees and plants) and Cactus Garden, Nutritional Garden and Bio Fuel Park are located. There is a canal in the entire garden, in which water flows every day. Along with this, there are also fountains which look very beautiful in appearance.
Mughal Gardens will open from 10 am
The Mughal Garden will be open to the general public from February 6 from 10 am to 4 pm. Registration is free for admission, which has to be done online. Only one booking can be made from one mobile number. Those who have done booking online will have to carry an identity card.
How to visit Mughal Gardens?
If you too are planning to see the Mughal Gardens, then it would be better to go by metro instead of your own car. One can get down to the Central Secretariat Station and go to the Mughal Garden. Arrangements will be made for entry and exit from gate number 35 towards the Church Road in the Mughal Gardens.