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Qudsia Bagh

Qudsia Bagh, Railway Colony, Civil Lines, New Delhi
Muhammad Shah "Rangeela"'s third wife was Udhambai, also called Qudsiya Begum built this garden along with the adjacent Shahi Masjid around 1730s. She who bore him his future successor, Ahmad Shah Bahadur on 23 December 1725…
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Jharna

Kalka Das Marg, Mehrauli, Delhi
This was a garden built to make use of the overflow from the Shamsi Tank. The first building was that which formed the waterfall and the little dalan in front of it plus the tank. Last…
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Talkatora Garden

Talkatora Udyan, Mother Teresa Crescent, New Delhi
There was a tal (tank) at the west side of the garden, surrounded by hilly ground forming a katora (bowl shaped natural depression). Although the pond has gone missing long ago, here still exists at…
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Roshanara Garden and Tomb

Roshanara Garden, Roshanara Road, Delhi
Roshanara Garden is a Mughal-style garden built by Roshanara Begum, the second daughter of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. It is situated near Kamla Nagar Clock Tower and North Campus of University of Delhi. It…
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Bu Halima’s Garden & Tomb

Bu Halima's Tomb, Bharat Scouts and Guides Marg, New Delhi
When entering the complex from the West, visitor's first enter a garden complex, known as Bu Halima's Garden, though little is known about her, and since the tomb or the raised platform where it once…
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Hayat Bakhsh Bagh

Netaji Subhash Marg, Red Fort, Delhi
Mughals brought with them the West Asian tradition of developing gardens to symbolically represent paradise on earth. Planning and design of the Hayat Bakhsh Bagh or "Life-Bestowing Garden" was integrated into the design of the…
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Sheesh Mahal (in Shalimar Bagh)

Shalimar Main Rd, Shalimar Bagh, Delhi
Shalimar Bagh was built by Mughal Emperor, Shahjahan in 1653, who had previously constructed a similar garden known as Shalimar Gardens at Lahore in 1641 AD. The garden, once known as "Aizzabad-Bagh", was the site…
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Sawan Pavilion, Red Fort

Netaji Subhash Marg, Red Fort, Delhi
Mughals brought with them the West Asian tradition of developing gardens to symbolically represent paradise on earth. Planning and design of the Hayat Bakhsh Bagh or "Life-Bestowing Garden" was integrated into the design of the…
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Bhadon Pavilion, Red Fort

Netaji Subhash Marg, Red Fort, Delhi
Mughals brought with them the West Asian tradition of developing gardens to symbolically represent paradise on earth. Planning and design of the Hayat Bakhsh Bagh or "Life-Bestowing Garden" was integrated into the design of the…
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Bagh-e-Nazir

Nazir Ka Bagh, Mehrauli Archaeological Park, Delhi
Bagh-e-Nazir aka. Nazir ka Bagh is a large gardeen laid out in 1748 by Roz Afzun Nazir, the khwajasara or chief eunuch of the Mughal emperor Mohammad Shah.
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