Pinjore Gardens, Haryana

Pinjore Gardens is one of the best places for nature lovers, photo fanatics and wanderers. The temple is created in Mughal style arranged out on seven terraces. As visitors enter through the big entrance, the first terrace created in Mughal Style will be the first thing they would see. Located on the foothills of Shivalik range these gardens are the famously travelled picnic spots in close vicinity of beautiful city – Chandigarh. The garden is planned wonderfully with central waterway and number of trees and flowers such as cypress, palm and magnolia.

Pinjore gardens are also called as Yadavindra Gardens and were constructed by the architect Nawab Fidai Khan in the 17th century. It was constructed during the reign of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. Nawab Fidai Khan was the cousin of Aurangzeb and the Governor of the province. He visited this place and was simply allured by its beauty. The garden was later revamped by the famous King Yadavindra Singh.

The Garden is located in Kalka Shimla Road, Pinjore, Panchkula. It is located on the Kalka-Baddi road. Chandigarh and Panchkula are located at a distance of 20 and 15 km respectively. The nearest railway station is located about 17.2 kms in Panchkula.

During October when the Pinjore Heritage fest is held every year, is without any doubt a great if not the best time to visit the garden.

Timings

As far as timing is concerned, the garden remains open for visit for tourists and travelers 07:00 AM to 10:00 PM all days of the week.

Entry Fees

25 INR (per person) and Child's Upto 5 years is free of cost.

Photography

Camera Not Allowed, only mobile photography is the option for visitors.

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