Udyanotsav 2019: Rashtrapati Bhavan's Mughal Gardens Open for Public; See Pictures of Beautiful Flowers
President Ram Nath Kovind with wife Savita Kovind at Mughal Gardens (Photo Credits: IANS)

The Mughal Gardens in Rashtrapati Bhavan has been opened for the public today. The beautiful gardens have been graced with an array of beautiful flowers making it a stunner. The gardens will be opened for the general public from February 6, 2019, to March 10, 2019, between 9:30 am and 4.00 pm. President Ram Nath Kovind inaugurated Udyanotsav 2019 earlier this week.

Around 70 varieties of flowers including those imported from the Netherlands and Japan are also on display. From tulips, roses, bougainvillaea to Matthiola incana (imported from Japan) 100s of flowers have graced the 15-acre gardens. The Rashtrapati Bhavan includes seven gardens of which the Mughal Gardens have been opened for the general public. Udyanotsav 2019 Dates & Tickets: Rashtrapati Bhavan's Mughal Gardens to Open for Visitors; Book Online at rb.nic.in

Check out pictures of the flowers that have bloomed at Rashtrapati Bhavan:

Mughal Gardens (Photo Credits: IANS)

The Gardens will be opened for special categories, farmers, differently abled persons, Paramilitary and Delhi Police on March 11, 2019.

President Ram Nath Kovind with wife Savita Kovind at Mughal Gardens (Photo Credits: presidentofindia.nic.in)

View of Mughal Gardens at Rashtrapati Gardens (Photo Credits: @rashtrapatibhvn Twitter)

Roses laid a red carpet in front of Rashtrapati Bhavan (Photo Credits: IANS)

Influenced by the Persian gardens, the Charbagh structure of the Mughal Gardens also includes pools, canals and fountains.

Season flowers bloom at Mughal Gardens (Photo Credits: IANS)

The Mughal Gardens is inspired by the ones in Taj Mahal and in Jammu and Kashmir.

Purple tulips grace Mughal Gardens in Rashtrapati Bhavan (Photo Credits: @rashtrapatibhvn Twitter)

Creating a mix of both Mughal and English architecture, Sir Edward Lutyens who designed the Rashtrapati Bhavan also designed the Mughal Gardens.

Marigolds bloom at Mughal Gardens (Photo Credits: IANS)

Floral carpets designed by over 40 gardeners will be on full display in the gardens. According to IANS, small patches of the Pasadena, Pansy, China Man, Marigold, Antigun, Pink Parfait, Dahlia, Zambra, and Laptosinia flower varieties, and creepers will also grace the gardens.

Colourful Tulips bloom at Mughal Gardens (Photo Credits: @rashtrapatibhvn Twitter)

Watch the video below:

Along with the flower gardens, a spiritual garden, herbal garden, Bonsai garden, a musical garden is also open to public.

Fountain surrounded by flowers in Mughal Gardens (Photo Credits: rashtrapatisachivalaya.gov.in)

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This year, a free online time slot booking facility has been introduced. You have book your tickets seven days in advance and the time slots have been divided into seven hourly slots - starting from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m during weekdays. Three hourly slots will be available on the weekends. Visitors are also allowed to visit the adjoining Rashtrapati Museum and witness the Change of Guards ceremony.