Essay On A Visit To Mughal Garden
The Mughal garden is a part of the Rashtrapati Bhavan which is the official residence of the President of India. This building is situated opposite the India gate on the Raisina hills. It was built in 1929 by famous architects Edmond Lumintus and Hubert Baleeryan. The garden design is an exact replica of the famous Shalimar, Nishant, and Chasmeshahi gardens of Sri Nagar. It is indeed a very attractive garden.
During the spring season, the garden is kept open for the public. I got an opportunity to visit the garden this year. It’s a huge and beautiful garden. It consists of a variety of trees, flowering plants, and orchids. The garden was blooming with different types of multi-colored flowers. A very nice arrangement of plants, lush green lawns, and fountains is done to enthrall the visitors. There are stone footpaths in between the grass lawns. It was a nice experience to take a walk on the velvet soft lawns. The garden is maintained properly throughout the year by skilled gardeners who work round the clock to preserve it.
The arrangement of the garden is in steps. It is surrounded by huge Cyprus trees. The flower beds and plants are given shapes of various animals. It also houses some peacocks and other colorful birds. There are roses of different colors-red, pink, yellow, white. There are a number of exotic flowers whose fragrance fills the atmosphere. I felt as if I was in heaven.
Every day thousands of visitors visit the garden. I did not want to leave the garden but I had to. I wish to visit it once again. I really enjoyed a trip to this beautiful spot.