Spring in India is the most enticing time to fetch your bags and travel. With colorful bloom serenading your sense, the most sensible choice would be to opt for a place of nature to visit. Following is the list of best botanical garden in India to visit during springtime:
Styled similarly to Shalimar Gardens of Kashmir in Mughal fashion, this garden spreading across 60 acres of land is one of the main tourist attractions of Karnataka. Augmenting its charm is the spacious terraces, fountains surrounded with thriving green lawns, commodious flower bloom and numerous types of plants that look all the more alluring during the spring. The dancing fountain wherein the water flow is in sync with musical beats is the biggest takeaway.
Also known as Sajjan Niwas Garden, Gulab Bagh is a sight to behold. Hailed as one of the most beautiful and largest garden in Rajasthan, Gulab Bagh’s cheerful greenery makes it the sure place to visit during the spring. The garden was built during the 1950s under the orders of Maharana Sajjan Singh and spans across 100 acres of land. Home to numerous blooms of roses, aptly named Gulab Bagh is known for its visually pleasing arrangement of flower beds. Visit for a soothing and picturesque getaway.
Listed among one of the most beautiful Mughal style architecture garden in India, Pinjore garden is the pride of Haryana. The garden was built by architect Nawab Fidai Khan during the early reign of Aurangzeb. Beautifully illuminated, this garden has its gate opening into’ Shish Mahal’, ‘Hawa Mahal’, ‘Rang Mahal’, and ‘Jal Mahal’.
A very famous garden located near a very famous Dal lake, Shalimar Bagh was built by Mughal Emperor Jahangir for his wife Nur Jahan. In the topmost terrace of the Shalimar Bagh, has the famous inscription in Persian, which when translated to English says:
“If there is a paradise on earth, it is here, it is here.”