Rashtrapati Bhavan's Garden Renamed to Amrit Udyan!

The Mughal Gardens in New Delhi’s Rashtrapati Bhavan are a set of gardens that were built in the traditional Mughal style of architecture.  

The Central government of India recently decided to change the name of these gardens to “Amrit Udyan, 

Gardens are open to the public during the spring months and attract thousands of visitors each year. 

The renaming of the Mughal Gardens to “Amrit Udyan” is in line with the theme of “Amrit Mahotsav,”

Which is a celebration of 75 years of India’s independence

The Mughal Gardens are a group of gardens located in the Rashtrapati Bhavan.

The Mughal Gardens are divided into three main sections: the Spiritual Garden, the Herbal Garden, and the Musical Garden.

Characterized by the use of geometric shapes, water features, and a focus on symmetry and balance.

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