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Throughout the country, botanical and public gardens give people fascinating places to escape from daily hardships and take in the beauty of the natural world.
A botanical garden is place where plants, especially conifers and flowering plants are grown and displayed for the purposes of research and education and public gardens detail the history and culture of a location through their immense collections of dedication to preservation of its extraordinary landscapes. Candidates of competitive exams must be well aware of list of famous gardens in India. This topic holds relevance for the general awareness section of all types of competitive exams and for the geographic sections in the UPSC exams.
Gardens in India and their prominence is an important GK topic. Nowadays GA questions are asked from various sections in different views.
List of Gardens
In India there are 34 famous Gardens including Botanical Gardens and public Gardens. Largest botanical is Brindavan Garden situated in Mysore, Karnataka. List of gardens is important for GK parts in competitive Exams.
|S. No.||Gardens in India||Location|
|1||Auroville Botanical Gardens||Auroville, Tamil Nadu|
|2||Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Indian Botanic Garden||Kolkata, West Bengal|
|3||Brindavan Garden||Mysore, Karnataka|
|4||Balasinor Dinosaur Fossil Park||Mahisagar, Gujarat|
|5||Company Garden||Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh|
|6||Chashme Shahi||Srinagar, J & K|
|7||Chaubatia Garden||Chaubatia, Uttarakhand|
|8||Chambal Garden||Kota, Rajasthan|
|9||Government Botanical Garden||Ooty, Tamil Nadu|
|10||Hanging Garden||Mumbai, Maharashtra|
|11||Jallianwala Bagh||Amritsar, Punjab|
|12||Jawaharlal Nehru Botanical Garden||Gangtok, Sikkim|
|13||Jhansi Botanical Garden||Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh|
|14||Kalindi Kunj||New Delhi|
|15||Lal Bagh||Bangalore, Karnataka|
|16||Law garden||Ahmedabad, Gujarat|
|17||Lloyd’s Botanical Garden||Darjeeling, West Bengal|
|18||Lodi Garden||New Delhi|
|19||Malampuzha Garden||Palakkad, Kerala|
|20||Mehtab Bagh||Agra, Uttar Pradesh|
|21||Mughal garden||New Delhi|
|22||Nishat Bagh||Srinagar, J & K|
|23||Pilikula Botanical Garden||Mangalore, Karnataka|
|24||Pinjore Garden||Panchkula, Haryana|
|26||Rock Garden of Chandigarh||Chandigarh|
|27||Saharanpur Botanical Garden,||Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh|
|28||Sajjan Niwas Garden (Gulab Bagh)||Udaipur, Rajasthan|
|29||Sarita Udyan||Gandhinagar, Gujarat|
|30||Shalimar Bagh||Srinagar, J & K|
|31||Sim’s Park||Coonoor, Tamil Nadu|
|32||The Royal Botanical Garden||Howrah, West Bengal|
|33||Tulip Garden||Srinagar, J & K|
|34||Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park||Jodhpur, Rajasthan|
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About Gardens In India
Some of these gardens in India are a hot spot for botanical artwork and conservation of plants other than providing a serene atmosphere for nature lovers in the cities. A plethora of these delightful gardens and parks in India belong to old Mughal era. but lately the rapidly urbanizing cities are also coming up with more and more public parks and alluring gardens in India it pleasing the senses or mind aesthetically to provide a respite from the chaos and din of the city. A garden is beautiful and peaceful place where one can feel refreshed and rejuvenated. Unfortunately, the number of gardens in residential area is decreasing. There should be a garden in each and every residential area. The list of famous gardens in India and its importance is frequently asked questions.
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