Rashtrapati Bhavan Mughal Gardens- hey you commoner, stay away

At the Rashtrapati Bhavan Mughal Gardens, for the first time my life, I felt what it was like to be born an ordinary Indian!

men and women in the Rashtrapati Bhavan Mughal Gardens

Sorry for starting like this, but I can’t help sharing my feelings with you in these otherwise pretty lawns. But, I shall talk about it later in the post.

Today was the last day of visiting the exquisite Rashtrapati Bhavan Gardens and sure, I was there with my family armed with my Samsung camera. If you missed out going to these lawns, give it a try again next year between February and March.

How to reach Rashtrapati Bhavan Mughal Gardens?

Rashtrapati Bhavan Mughal Gardens

You can enter these gardens through Gate no. 35 on the North Avenue. Since there is no Delhi Metro Station close by, you will have to take a cab or drive on your own. Park your car on the roadside, lock it and walk down to Gate No. 25.

Ticket price of the Mughal Gardens?

Entry to the Rashtrapati Bhavan Mughal Gardens is free. You can book your entry online by clicking here

If you are unable to book online, simply walk down to Gate No. 35, and get yourself checked. You aren’t allowed to carry any bags, water bottles, lunch boxes etc, so it would be better to leave those behind in your car. However, you can carry your mobile phones and are allowed to take pictures.

Mughal Gardens Rashtrapati Bhavan
Circular pond in the Mughal Gardens

What are the timings to enter the Mughal Gardens?

You can enter these lawns anytime between 9 am to 5 pm in the evening.

Please do not walk upon or enter the grassy lawns; it is better to appreciate the flowers and the shrubs from a distance. The staff will yell at you if you step inside the grassy lawns even for a minute.

violet flowers rising up to tghe sky

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