Delhi is known as one of the most polluted cities in India on the one hand and also as home to gorgeous lush green gardens. The beauty of the city lies in the aura that is present in these gardens. The city has several good parks and gardens which are a very important part of Delhi’s urban life.

  • The governments of Delhi are doing their best to maintain these gardens. In the parks you can relax and retire away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

There are several gardens in Delhi that really stand out. If you are curious about Delhi’s best gardens that beautify the place and provide peace and relaxation for people, then the following list is for you.

1. Garden of five senses

The Garden of the Five Senses is located near the Mehrauli Heritage Area in the village of Said-Ul-Azaib on 20 acres and is not just a garden, but a carefully planned and structured piece of lush greenery that is designed to imbue the five human senses with its enchanting magic.

  • This garden was opened in 2003 and is owned by Delhi Tourism. The garden is divided into several categories such as Nilbag, Khasbag, Hwabag, Sunny Park, and also has an amphitheater area.
  • Nilbag has a unique beautiful pond with colorful flowers such as lotuses, water lilies and others.
  • Hasbag is characterized by the scent of exotic flowers, sparkling and beautiful fountains and a unique stainless steel sculpture.

Khwabag is known as an amazing sight with a divinely beautiful field filled with statues of innocent children in prayer. The restaurants in this garden have a fantastic selection of food and drink.

2. Rose Garden of National Indo-African Friendship

  • This amazing rose garden was inaugurated in 2015 by the then foreign minister, Ms. Sushma Swaraj. The National Garden of Indo-African Friendship is home to some of the rarest varieties of roses.
    Green and black roses are a unique feature of this garden.

This rose garden is a symbol of friendship between India and Africa. The garden is able to enchant the visitor with lush greenery, bright flower beds, a rare pink lotus pond, various types of butterflies, a sparkling fountain in addition to an amazing variety of roses.

This garden is very well maintained and should be on the list of flower lovers. The authorities have made a lot of efforts to preserve this beauty. The colors of the roses are so varied that they have an almost hypnotic effect.

  • Flowering plants such as periwinkles and daisies add to the beauty of this place. The winter months of December to February are the best months to visit this garden as the beautiful flowers of this garden are in full bloom.

There are no photography restrictions here, and no extra charges for bringing professional cameras into the garden.
Since the garden is relatively new, it is not very crowded with visitors.
The garden is located in an important diplomatic zone in Satya Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi.

3. Japanese garden

  • This garden is also called Sorn Jayanti Park. It’s completely green and the walking paths and lakes are pretty clean. Here you will find some very colorful boats. This is quite a popular picnic spot in Delhi.

Visiting this place in the morning or in the evening, you can see a beautiful sunrise or a charming sunset. This park also hosts a flower festival organized during the spring season.

During this time, you will be able to see different types of flowers. And the garden itself is filled with a pleasant aroma.

The Japanese Park is a newly built beautiful park located in the Rohini district of Delhi.

Replete with swings for children, a tiny pond, playground and green meadows, the park is a common favorite among children and adults alike. In the evening, you can spot herons and other birds near the park.

4. Lodhi Garden

This garden is located between Safdarjung’s tomb and Khan’s market on an area of ​​90 acres. This garden is also called Old Lady Willington Park. It is here that the tombs of the rulers of Lodha and Said are kept.

There are the graves of Mohammed Shah, Sikander Lodi, Bara Gumbad, and Shishi Gumbad. This is a favorite place for morning walks of the local population.

5. Buddha Garden

  • Jayanti Buddha Park is located on Vandemataram Marg in the Central Range Wildlife Sanctuary in New Delhi. This garden has a beautiful Buddha statue located on the island and a separate healing garden.
  • Here you will find shrubs, herbs and plants that can be used for medicinal purposes. In addition, there is a palm garden, a rose garden, a Bougainvillea garden.

In the rose garden there are up to 25 different varieties of roses. The garden has an open space with a beautiful green lawn, colorful flower bushes, as well as beautiful topiaries. hedgerows and flowering gardens.

The park has a cactus garden set on one and a half acres of land where you will find many different cactus plants. There are as many as 40 varieties of colorful flowers in the Bougainvillea garden. It is located on an area of ​​8 acres.

6. Talcator Gardens

  • This garden is basically an updated form of a garden that existed during the Mughal era. It attracts many tourists as well as locals.

This is a great place where you can have a good time with your friends and family. The garden is located in Wilingdon Crescent, New Delhi.

7. Central Park, Rajiv Chowk

Central Park is located in the heart of Connaught Place in Delhi. It is a beautiful emerald park surrounded by winding water channels, sparkling fountains and tall trees. It has countless trees and shrubs, including flowering plants throughout the year.

The garden has flashing lampposts and four ponds, including small fountains. This is a beautiful lush green park. It is popular with both locals and tourists.

8. Legami Park Delhi

The park is considered one of the most ecologically clean areas and is located in the southern part of Delhi. This is a popular place where you will meet many Nordic Walkers and joggers.

There are beautiful historical tombs, rabbit enclosures, and a duck park. This is a great place to relax and unwind on weekends and have a picnic.

9. Swarm Jayanti Park

  • This park is located in Manoj Vihar in Indirapuram and is spread over an area of ​​250 acres. There are 5 lakes in this park. You can choose to take a boat trip and view the park from the water.

You will find some good eateries in this park. This is a wonderful place where you can relax, as well as take morning and evening walks.

10. Nehru Park

Nehru Park is one of the largest and best maintained parks in Delhi. Therefore, if you are looking for a place for a picnic or a place for a morning walk, then Nehru Park is made just for that. The park covers an area of ​​85 acres and is an iconic place in Delhi.

People who live in nearby embassies often walk and relax here. They love to come here to jog, play sports and enjoy the silence. College students like to spend time with friends here, and elementary school students come here for a picnic.