New Delhi: The name of the Mughal Garden located in Rashtrapati Bhavan has now been changed to Amrit Udyan. The central government has changed the name in view of the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence. Like every year, this time also the time has come for the common people to open this beautiful garden, but this time people will see its name written as Amrit Udyan instead of Mughal Garden.
The Mughal Garden (now Amrit Udyan) located in the rear of the Rashtrapati Bhavan is the only garden of its kind where colorful flowers from all over the world can be seen. There is a collection of different types of flowers and fruit trees. People come from all over the country to see the tulips and roses here.
Spread over 13 acres, this garden shows a mixture of British style as well as Mughal style. The architect of this garden was Sir Edwin Lutyens of Britain. This garden is divided into four parts. Many types of flowers can be seen in the garden, in which rose, marigold, sweet william, tulip etc. are prominent. Along with flowers, herbs and medicines are also grown in this garden.
This year, this garden will open for visitors on January 31 and will remain open for two months till March 26.