10 Unknown Facts on Amrit Udyan

In honour of India’s 75th year of independence, beginning on January 31, visitors will be able to access the public areas of the renowned Amrit Udyan, which was originally known as the Mughal Gardens. In addition to the many other attractions, guests will have the opportunity to marvel at the splendour of tulips spanning 12 different species.

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Unknown Facts about Amrit Udyan or Amrit Garden

  • His Excellency President Draupadi Murmu inaugurated Amrit udyan at President Bhawan.
  • Public viewing will be open from January 31 to March 26. People can book their visit online to get entry to Amrit Garden for free. No entrance fee. Register 24 hours before your visit.
  • People can go to all three parts of the garden, which are square, long, and round, as well as the spiritual, herb, and bonsai gardens. There are no restrictions on access.
  • Previously it was named as Mughal gardens, Now it was renamed as “Amrit Udyan”.
  • Mughals built Amrit Udyan . This style was inspired by Persian gardens, especially the Charbagh structure, which depicts an earthly utopia where humans live in peace with nature.
  • It was Spread over an expanse of 15 acres and within the walled enclosures, there is a lot of use of rectilinear layouts. Some of the most common things in gardens are pools, fountains, and canals.
  • Babur, who started the Mughal empire, said that a charbagh was his favourite kind of garden.Since the inception of the Mughal Empire, the creation of gardens has been a favourite imperial hobby.
  • Mughal gardens, like Persian and Central Asian gardens, focused on water. Since Babur, Mughal gardens relied on water.
  • Mughal gardens draw on mediaeval Islamic gardens and nomadic influences from the Mughals’ Turkish-Mongolian background.

Amrit udyan Booking Online

  • Visitors can sign in at the “Amrit Udyan” on the Rashtrapati Bhavan grounds with a self-service kiosk.
  • People can reserve their slots online months in advance.
  • Reservations can be made at https://rashtrapatisachivalaya.gov.in or https://rb.nic.in/rbvisit/visit_plan.aspx.
  • Mughal Garden is open to the public only in February and March when the flowers are in bloom. Udyanotsav in Mughal Gardens lasts a month.

Date and timings of Amrit Udyan

  • Begin date: January 31, End date: March 31
  • Time start: 10 am, Time end: 4 pm
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