The Mughal Gardens

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Mughal Gardens

Mughal garden is a type of gardens that were created by the Mughals during the early years of their rule. This style has been influenced by the Islamic gardens especially the Charbagh structure which is designed to create a visual representation of an earthly paradise in which humans are able to co-exist with nature and in perfect harmony with each other. Although there is no evidence of such a garden existing, Mughal gardens were designed by famous architects and were highly ornate structures which were used to display various plants, statues, and fountains.

The first Mughal garden was built as a small courtyard near the Jai Singh Niwas. According to the book “Mughal Gardens” it was built during the reign of Shahjahan in order to improve his royal garden. It was decorated with paintings and sculptures. The area was then divided into two sections, one of which was a pool which was kept clean and well maintained.

The second section of this garden had a large garden with a statue of Lord Buddha. This section was also known as the Sariska Garden because it was the garden that Shahjahan himself used as a place to meditate. This garden was also adorned with different types of plants. However, apart from the statue of Buddha, the other plant species of this garden were also inspired by nature.

The third section of the Mughal garden was also created during the reign of Shahjahan and was called the Parthara Garden. In this section, there were fountains and statues of various animals, birds, trees, Mughal Gardens and flowers. It was a natural beauty garden which was considered as the pride of the Mughal rulers.

During the reign of Shahjahan, another garden was created in the area known as the Bazar. The Bazar Garden was a garden with numerous sculptures and fountains.

The first section of the garden, the Bazar Garden, was designed to look like an open field surrounding the Jai Singh Niwas. It also had a small fountain which served as a symbol of peace and harmony between human beings and nature. A statue of Lord Buddha and a fountain was also designed in this area. These two statues, along with the fountains were later on replaced by a small and elegant pond that could be used as a source of water for a garden.

The second section of the garden was known as the Charbagh Garden. This was the area that Shahjahan had spent most of his time asking. This garden was a big garden that was full of statues and fountains. It also contained many types of statues and fountains that were inspired by nature.

The third section of the garden was called the Sariska Garden. The garden of the Mughal kings was a garden that was decorated with many different types of plants and statues.

Today, you can still visit the Mughal gardens and can even go to see a statue of Shahjahan and his daughters. There are also a number of temples and a mosque which have remained as a part of the Mughal culture.

The last section of the garden was the Ghaggar Garden. This is a big garden with a large number of fountains and statues that were made in the form of flowers and trees.

The garden is often decorated during festivals such as Diwali and Eid-ul-Fitr. and in different seasons such as Christmas, Valentine’s Day and New Year’s Eve. In most of the Mughal gardens, there are gardens that were built under the guidance of different artists who are known as Jai Singh Niwas.

You can also see different kinds of animals that used to live in these gardens. Most of the gardens are designed in a way that they are very relaxing and peaceful to the eyes.

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