Parks and Gardens in Delhi

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  • India Gate

    India Gate

    Synonymous with New Delhi and situated in the heart of the city, India Gate is one of the most popular monuments in the city. The foundation stone of India Gate was laid in 1920 and the structure was unveiled in 1933. Designed by Edwin Lutyens, India Gate was dedicated to ...

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  • Coronation Durbar Park

    Coronation Durbar Park

    The Coronation Durbar Park, also known as the Coronation Memorial was the venue of the Delhi Durbar in 1877 after Queen Victoria was declared the Empress of India. In 1903 the park was later used to celebrate King Edward’s assumption of the throne in 1903.

    It was at ...

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  • Nehru Park

    Nehru Park

    The Nehru Park is a large park located in the heart of the city spread over an area of 80 acres. Established in 1969 and named after India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, the Nehru Park is a popular venue for many music shows, such as the SPIC MACAY and ...

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  • Lodi Gardens

    Lodi Gardens

    Dotted with monuments and tombs from the Lodi and Sayyed periods of history, the Lodi Gardens in one of Delhi’s popular tourist attractions. Emblematic of 16th century architectural styles, the Lodi Gardens contain the tombs of Muhammad Shah and Sikandar Lodi.

    Despite being a historical monument, the Lodi ...

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  • Rajpath

    Rajpath

    Rajpath is a beautiful tree lined avenue which starts from Rashtrapati Bhavan and runs through Vijay Chowk, and National Stadium. Flanked by trees, lawns and canals on either side. After an incline at Raisina Hill, Rajpath is framed by the North Block and South Block on either side and culminates ...

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  • Talkatora Gardens

    Talkatora Gardens

    Located on the Willingdon Cresent the Talkatora Gardens are one of the most beautiful gardens in Delhi. Built in accordance with the Mughal style of architecture, the gardens are complete with colourful flowers, beautiful water bodies and vast stretches of green. The gardens derive their name from a “tal” (tank) ...

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  • Garden of Five Senses

    Garden of Five Senses

    The Garden of Five Senses is a large park which offers its visitors a chance to enjoy a variety of activities. Inaugurated in 2003, the park is spread over an area of 20 acres and was the brainchild of the Delhi Tourism Transportation Development Corporation. Upon entering the garden you ...

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