As part of the “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” festivities, the gardens at the President’s official residence, Rashtrapati Bhavan, have been given a common name. Bulldozers were used to remove the outdated “Mughal Gardens” road sign and haul it away.The choice was made on Saturday in accordance with the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, a government of India endeavour to honour and remember 75 years of independence as well as the illustrious past of its people, culture, and accomplishments.The newly renamed garden will reportedly be opened by President Droupadi Murmu on Sunday, January 29.
The Rashtrapati Bhavan has three gardens that were modelled by Persian and Mughal gardens. The garden that was modelled after a similar one in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, came to be known as the “Mughal Gardens” by both the general public and the authorities. But “Mughal Gardens” was never formally given to the gardens. Every year, the Mughal Gardens are typically accessible to the general public for one month. Visitors can witness the Mughal Gardens, which are made up of the Rectangular, Long, and Circular Gardens, the Herbal Garden, Musical Garden, and the Spiritual Garden. Sir Edward Lutyen, who is credited with creating the Lutyen Zone in the nation’s capital, created it.
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