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Built adjacent to the Krishnarajasagara dam under the guidance of the then Dewan of Mysore Sir Mirza Ismail in the year 1932, it is the most gorgeous place to visit in Mysore, for that matter on of the most in India. The garden is stacked with minor terraces each one having a number of fountains. Remember, you need to visit during the evening time (preferably between 6 to 8 pm) to enjoy most out of your visit …………… you will feel as if the heaven has descended to earth. Timings
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Mughul architecture especially of its gardens is widely noted and celebrated and this garden is no exception as a matter of fact the garden is considered to one of the beautiful site ever created. There are even written records which complement this claim. The garden is associated with another cliché of the Mughal's, like several Mughul kings, king Jahangir built this garden for his wife Nur Jahan. Constructed in 1619 this 31 acres of Persian style influenced garden is built along the shore ...
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Located on the eastern side of the Dal lake this garden like the Shalimar garden was built for Nur Jahan but in this case the garden was built by the queen's elder brother Asif Khan in 1633. The garden location with the snow capped Pir Panjal mountain range as its backdrop is ecstatic and hence the name Nishat Bagh, meaning “Garden of Delight”. Though the garden is smaller in size compared to the Shalimar Garden, its beauty is mesmerizing. This garden was so coveted that it has a comical ...
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It is a botanical garden and is established in 1848 with intent of providing fruits and vegetables to the British for a very low price. It was later transformed into a horticulture society and public botanical garden by Mr. W.G. McIvor from the Royal Botanic Gardens.

The garden is divided into six sections; Lower Garden, New Garden, Italian Garden, Conservatory, Fountain Terrace and Nurseries. Here, the number of plants species exceed the thousand mark. There is also a fossilized tr...
Aram bagh
It is a famous and scenic garden created by Babur in 1558 AD. This classical Persian garden on the banks river Yamuna is popularly known as Mughal Gardens or Ram Bagh. With beautiful fountains in the middle of the garden, blooming flowers and a serene cool atmosphere, it was Babur's favorite place to unwind and listen to music. A sandstone pond, numerous well laid put pathways and a three terraced garden are living beauties even today. But the star attraction is 2 tamarind trees of over 200 ...
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The garden is one of those places where you can find some peace, spending some time away from your deadlines and rat race. Bund literally means dam in the native language. There is a small dam built across the river Mula-Mutha and on the banks of which this park is built and hence this park got its name. The park was built by Phiroze Jamshedji Jeejeebhoy However the park is now renamed as Mahatma Gandhi Udyan due to bridge which connects the park and the Gandhi National Memorial (in Aga K...
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This garden has many statues of animals such as lion, deer and giraffe among others. There is also an artificial waterfall in the garden and is the prime attraction here.   Entry Fee: Free Timings During Day Address Warangal, Andhra Pradesh,India
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A governor of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, Ali Mardan built this garden in 1632 around a spring of the same name. The garden is located to one of beautiful geographical locations with the Zabarwan Range as it backdrop, and facing towards Dal lake. The spring is named by its discoverer a prominent Kashmiri female saint, Rupa Bhawani whose family name was 'Sahib' hence the spring was named as 'Chashme Sahibi'. But during the coarse of time the changed to Chashme Shahi (the Royal Spring). T...
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Situated at Shirdi-Manmad state highway, this beautiful garden comprises a huge Neem tree within its premises that provided shade and rest to Sai Baba during his lifetime. Sai Baba used to visit the place every morning and afternoon to water the plants. Beside the tree, there is a marble 'Deepgraha' lighted by Baba in a small pit and the deepak continues to burn from dusk to dawn even till today. Other attractions of Lendi Baug are a samadhi of Sai Baba's horse named Datta Mandir, and a w...
Mehtab bagh
Mehtab Bagh meaning Moonlight Garden, is basically a charbagh located towards the north of the Taj Mahal. The corners of the garden are marked by four sandstone towers. According to the garden historian Elizabeth Moynihan, the large octagonal pool present in the center of the garden reflects the image of the mausoleum. Entry Fee 10 per person for Indians 100 per person for foreign tourists 5 per person for citizens of SAARC and BIMSTEC Countries Timings All days of the we...
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