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Gardens in Delhi

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Besides skyscrapers, swanky flyovers and dazzling malls; the city of Delhi is also known for its greenery.

Parks and Gardens in Delhi

Besides skyscrapers, swanky flyovers and dazzling malls; the city of Delhi is also known for its greenery. There are vast stretches of green sandwiched between residential and commercial hubs. There are numerous parks and gardens in Delhi offering people of Delhi a change from their routine lifestyle. Here, we offer a brief account of these lush green patches in Delhi. 

Buddha Garden Delhi

Situated on the Ridge Road, the stretch joining Dhaula Kuan to Karol Bagh, This picture postcard garden is elegantly adorned with cobbled pathways, stone carvings and some artificial water bodies. A large number of trees and plants further add beauty to this park.

Deer Park Delhi

Located in the posh Chankyapuri area, adjoining Hauz Khas Village and Safdarjung Enclave, the park receives a number of visitors who come here in search of some tranquil moments. Tastefully manicured grasses, serene water body and abundant peace make this park an experience to cherish.

Garden of Five Senses Delhi:

Being true to its name Garden of Five Senses on Mehrauli-Badarpur Road is a perfect treat to our five senses. In a very short period of time it has earned numerous admirers.

Lodi Garden Delhi

Formerly known as Lady Willington Park, this garden in the institutional area of Delhi is an eclectic collage of manicured lawns, water bodies, fountains, jogging track and lush green environs.

Mughal Gardens Delhi

Situated in the compounds of Rashtrapati Bhavan complex this garden is well known for its rose flowers of various colors. In addition to these, there are another gardens like Nehru Park, Shahajahanabad Gardens, Shalimar Garden, Talkatora Gardens, Talkatora Gardens, Mahatma Gandhi Park, Netaji Subhash Park, Indraprastha Park and others. These parks and gardens acts as oxygen to the smoke filled surroundings of Delhi.

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