Stunning and well-known gardens for nature enthusiasts in India
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Stunning and well-known gardens for nature enthusiasts in India

The Valley of Flowers is tucked away in Uttarakhand's majestic Himalayan Ranges

Stunning and well-known gardens for nature enthusiasts in India

India is home to a wide range of landscapes, a plethora of historical sites, structures of awe-inspiring grandeur and beautiful gardens. These beautiful gardens and parks, which date back to medieval times, may be found all over India. Some of these gardens in India are also places for botanical art and plant conservation, as well as quiet places for people who live in cities but love nature. The gardens are a peaceful place where people can relax and enjoy being outside. The beautiful design, decorations, plants, water features and birds in these gardens bring in tourists, birdwatchers and photographers.

Lodhi Garden, Delhi

The Lodhi Gardens is a public park in New Delhi. Near to Safdarjung's Tomb in Delhi, Lodhi gardens is a popular place for residents of Delhi to go for morning walks and is home to both Mohammed Shah's Tomb and Sikander Lodi's Tomb. It is a perfect blend of nature and history and hosts thousands of people everyday.

Chamoli's Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand

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The Valley of Flowers, one of India's most beautiful gardens, is tucked away in Uttarakhand's majestic Himalayan Ranges. Crossing the valley is the Pushpawati River, which rises from the nearby glaciers. Hikers and nature lovers will find a visual feast in this valley garden, which is lined with sparkling glaciers, gushing streams, and flower-filled meadows. It is well known for its stunning wildlife, which includes Himalayan weasels, red foxes and snow leopards.

Rose Garden, Chandigarh

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Rose Garden is a perfect spot to relax amidst the nature. The garden is popular with visitors and people who like to be outside because it is full of beautiful flowers.

Lal Bagh Garden, Bengaluru

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Lalbagh Botanical Garden is a center for botanical art, natural sciences of plants, and plant conservation that is well-known both nationally and globally. Lal Bagh, a 240-acre oasis for all nature enthusiasts in the middle of the city of Bengaluru, boasts nearly 1,854 different plant types.

Botanical Garden, Kolkata

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Robert Kyd established the Calcutta Botanical Gardens in 1787. The Botanical Survey of India is in charge of protecting this garden spread in 109 hectares. The Great Banyan, a banyan tree in a garden with a circle of more than 330 meters, is the largest tree in the world. Nature and environmental enthusiasts should visit there.

Mughal Garden, Srinagar

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The Shalimar Gardens, Chashm-e-Shahi, and Nishat Bagh were combined to create the Mughal garden. While Srinagar is considered to be one of the most beautiful and popular hill stations, Mughal Garden certainly adds to the beauty and charm of this place.

Hanging Garden, Mumbai

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The Hanging Garden of Mumbai is located on the western side of Malabar Hill. The location is peaceful and green despite being in the center of a busy city. The park, which is distinguished by shrubs that have been molded into different animals and offer spectacular views of the Arabian Sea at twilight, is a favorite hangout spot for travelers at night.