Mughal Gardens At President's House Renamed Amrit Udyan

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Mughal Gardens At President’s House Renamed Amrit Udyan

| Updated: January 28, 2023 17:57

The central government on Saturday renamed the Mughal Gardens at Rashtrapati Bhavan to Amrit Udyan in order to mark Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, celebrating 75 years of India’s independence.

Navika Gupta, the deputy press secretary to President Droupadi Murmu, said that “on the occasion of the celebrations of 75 years of independence as ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav,” the President of India has given a common name to the Rashtrapati Bhavan gardens as Amrit Udyan.”

She added that, apart from the two-month window that has been made available for public viewing, the government has also planned to keep the garden open for viewing by special groups, such as farmers and the differently-abled.

The Amrit Udayan will be inaugurated by President Droupadi Murmu on Sunday, January 29, and will be open to the public for two months, from January 31 to March 26. Usually, the garden is open for public viewing for a month–from February to March–when the flowers are in full bloom.

The Mughal Gardens are usually open for public viewing for a month every year. Visitors get to visit the rectangular, long, and circular gardens, the herbal garden, the musical garden, and the spiritual Garden–all of which make up the Mughal Gardens.

The iconic garden space, spread across a vast expanse of 15 acres and built by the Mughals, has often been portrayed as the soul of the Presidential Palace. “The gardens will be open to the public for two months this time, from January 31 to March 31. Furthermore, one day will be dedicated to each of the special categories, which will include women and the differently-abled, among others,” Gupta added. The Rashtrapati Bhavan Garden is usually open to the public for one month.

Built by the Mughals, the iconic garden space spread over a vast expanse of 15 acres has often been portrayed as the soul of the Presidential Palace.

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