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Tryst with Nature - Gardens & Parks in New Delhi, India

A visit to New Delhi can never be boring! After all, destination Delhi offers plenty of choices for recreation and entertainment. There is much to do here for people of all age groups. From musuems, art galleries and historical monuments to shopping malls, eateries, sports complex and live musical performances, Delhi offers a huge variety of fun activities for people to indulge in.

However, for those times when you're in the mood for some quiet solitude and wish to connect with nature and its beauty, you can head out on a nature walk across a multitude of lush green parks and gardens that sprawl the length and breadth of the city. Thanks to these well maintained parks and gardens, Delhi has quickly acquired a reputation of being a green haven. The northern and southern ridge areas are especially well known for their greenery.

Let's take a look at some popular Parks and Gardens of New Delhi -

1. Lodhi Gardens, Lodhi Road, New Delhi

Located on Lodhi Road, Lodhi Garden is a popular garden in Delhi, frequently visited by Delhiites for morning walks, jogging, picnics and recreational activities. Besides the green lush gardens, tall trees, flower beds and meandering pathways, here you will also find the tomb of Mohammed Shah and other Lodhi Kings. Lodhi Gardens also house the well known Bara Gumbad (Big Dome) mosque and the Sheesh Gumbad (Glazed Dome), dating back to 1494 which are now under the care of ASI. Another must-visit here is the National Bonsai Park.

2. Nehru Park, Chanakyapuri Diplomatic Enclave, New Delhi

Named after India's first Prime Minister Jawarhar Lal Nehru, Nehru Park in Delhi is another well known park located in one of Delhi's posh localities. The park was established in 1969. Here you will find lush greenery, flowering shrubs and much more. Over the years, Nehru Park has gained tremendous popularity as a venue for musical performances and concerts by Indian and International artists, organised under 'Morning Ragas' and 'Evening Ragas'. Thus Nehru Park is not just a beautiful park, it is also a destination for music lovers!

3. Mughal Gardens, Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi


Situated within the premises of the Rashtrapati Bhawan, the beautiful Mughal Gardens are open for public visits during mid February. Here you will find well kept and beautifully maintained shrubs, flower beds, water fountains and enchanting walkways.

4. The Garden of Five Senses, Said-ul-Ajaib, Mehrauli-Badarpur Road, New Delhi

The Garden of Five Senses is an ambitious project by Delhi Tourism spread across 20 acres. The aim of the project was to create a beautiful destination for Delhiites where they can satiate all 5 senses. Hence, the Garden of Five Senses is much more than just a garden. It is an awe-inspiring destination where people can get closer to nature, relax and unwind. Some of the attractions that can be found here include rocky terrains, spiral walk way (Khas Bagh), more than 250 species of plants (Colour Gardens), solar energy park, sculptures, beautiful architecture etc, catering to the sense of sight, sound, taste, touch and smell.

5. Buddha Jayanti Park, Delhi Ridge, New Delhi

The Buddha Jayanti Park was established to commemorate the 2500th birth anniversary of Lord Buddha. Today, it is a popular destination for picnics. Within the park is situated a beautiful statue of Lord Buddha.

6. Deer Park, Hauz Khas, New Delhi

Located in South Delhi, Deer Park is not just a green haven; it is also a wonderful enclosure home to beautiful animals - the Deer. Delhiites love to visit this park for healthy morning walks and relaxation.

7. Childen's Park, Near India Gate, New Delhi

Children's Park has for long been one of the most well known and frequently visited park in Delhi. Parents all across New Delhi have taken their children to the Children's Park some time or the other. Here you will find beautiful, lush green gardens and swings for kids.

8. Central Park, Connaught Place, New Delhi

Central Park in Connaught Place is located above the Rajiv Chowk metro station. In addition to its lush greenery and beautiful trees, the Central Park is also known as a destination for cultural performances and activities in its large ampitheatre.

9. India Gate Lawns, New Delhi

India Gate is perhaps the most well known landmark of New Delhi and the green, well maintained lawns here are frequently visited by tourists, families and couples. In the evenings, you will find plenty of vendors selling balloons, eatables here.

10. Zoological Garden, New Delhi

The Zoological Garden was designed by a German. The garden is located between Humayun's Tomb and the Purana Quila.

Besides these, some of the other Parks in New Delhi are Millenium Park, Humayun's Tomb Garden, etc.



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