Rashtrapati Bhavan Mughal Garden renamed, will now be called Amrit Udyan
Mughal Garden Name Change The iconic Mughal Garden at Rashtrapati Bhavan has been renamed. The Mughal Gardens have been renamed after President Draupadi Murmu. Know the new name of the Mughal Garden and when will Mughal Garden open on this date...
Mughal Garden New Name The name of the iconic Mughal Garden located at Rashtrapati Bhavan, famous in the country and the world, has been changed. The Mughal Garden has now been renamed. What is the new name of the Mughal Gardens? So now the Mughal Garden will be called 'Amrit Udyan'. Saturday 28 January The name of the Mughal Garden has been changed on the orders of the President. Spread over a vast expanse of 15 acres, the Mughal Gardens are often portrayed as the soul of the Presidential Palace. It is being told that the name of the Mughal Garden has been changed under Amrit Mahotsav. Amrit Udyan (Mughal Garden) has 12 varieties of tulips. Amrit Udyan is going to open for the general public this year also. Tulips and roses will fascinate the general public. Amrit Udyan (Mughal Garden) will open on January 31 this year. And will remain open for two months till March 26. The opening time of the garden will be from 10 am to 4 pm. It will be specially opened for farmers on March 28, Divyang on March 29, and police and army on March 30.
The President of India has given a common name to the gardens of Rashtrapati Bhavan as 'Amrit Udyan' on 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav', celebrating 75 years of Independence, said Navika Gupta, Deputy Press Secretary to the President.
Amrit Udyan (Mughal Garden) how to get entry
Tickets for 7500 people will be available for Amrit Udyan (Mughal Garden) from 10 am to 12 noon. After that 10 thousand people will get entry from 12 to 4 pm.
In Amrit Udyan (Mughal Garden), 12 types of special types of tulip flowers have been planted. There are also selfie points in the garden. Along with this, the food court will also be operational here. People will be able to get information about varieties of plants from the QR code. Also, there are 120 types of roses here. And there are 40 scented roses.
The Mughal Garden was earlier called the First Garden of the Republic. It was designed by the English architect Sir Edward Lutyens. The design of the Mughal Gardens was inspired by the gardens of the Taj Mahal, the gardens of Jammu and Kashmir, and large paintings from India and Persia.
Former President of India Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam established the Herbal Garden in the Rashtrapati Bhavan Estate in the year 2002. There are about 33 medicinal and aromatic plants here. The second Spiritual Garden is a unique idea in Rashtrapati Bhavan. The third is the Musical Garden - which was inaugurated in February 2006.