Rajouri Garden

Rajouri Garden, Mumbai

Rajouri Garden is an affluent and residential neighbourhood in West Delhi, India, known for its architectural charm, cultural diversity and the most beautiful botanic gardens. It’s also one of the three subdivision of West Delhi Metropolitan City. The main Market and Nehru Park are both important commercial markets in the vicinity. Rajouri Garden can be easily reached from central Delhi via the Janpath metro. It also has several private housing complexes nearby to accommodate the growing number of middle class residents of Delhi.

Rajouri Garden was designed by architect Sarojini Naidu. The neighborhood is considered to be a major architectural landmark in Delhi due to the rich heritage of Raja Minar, Taj Mahal, and Jama Masjid.

Rajouri Gardens is located on a large plot of land at Rajouri Gate, which is close to the Janpath. Located along the banks of Yamuna River, Rajouri Gate connects to Nehru Park where Nehru House stands.

The neighborhood consists of five buildings. Each of them features a unique architecture. It features a row of gazebo built with traditional masonry and wooden beams.

The Gazebo is located in the center of the gazebo. Its roof has the same masonry structure that is used throughout the rest of the building. The Gazebo offers a scenic view of Yamuna River and can be enjoyed during the summer and winter.

A separate gazebo is located adjacent to the Rajouri Gate. This gazebo is constructed entirely out of marble. Its roof is built using gazebo columns.

One of the oldest homes of Rajouri Gardens is the house of Dr. Mani Kumar Jain. It’s located inside the gazebo and was built in the mid 1920s.

There are a number of stores at Rajouri Gardens. However, it is advisable to avoid shopping on a Monday or Tuesday because most of these shops operate on Wednesday and Thursday. and it’s highly impractical to shop for shopping on the weekend. On Mondays, there is a busy local market with a wide variety of delicacies and local products available.

There is a small temple of Gautam Buddha inside the Rajouri Garden and it is dedicated to the goddess. In this temple, you will find statues of Lord Ganesha, goddess Lakshmi, the Goddess Sita and Goddess Durga.

There is also a small pond located in Rajouri Garden that is popular among the locals. The area around the pond is a popular place for picnics and boating.

The street which runs from Rajouri Gate to Lodi Road is known as the ‘Jai-Rai Bagh’. It was named after the street where the famous movie hero, Bhai Dooj (The White, was born. Bhai Dooj was made into a hit film by Raja Sen and released in 1969.

It is a good place to relax with your friends and family as well as local residents. The local people tend to talk about this street as ‘Lali-Bigha’.

One must not miss this street if you are looking forward to having a long lunch with Bhai Dooj. The Belly Dance Festival is held here during the last weekend of August every year.

It is also a place to shop at this street as the street is packed with stalls selling traditional handicrafts and clothes. You can visit this street to shop for local handicrafts. Many of the local businessmen have their own shops here and sell their items at a very good price. They are open on both the evening and day time.

The Ganesh Nandan Museum is also present on this street and is one of the oldest museums in Mumbai. Ganesh Nandan was the king of Mysore. He was also known as the ‘father of Maharashtra’ and the ‘king of paintings’.

You will also come across some local women here who serve food. If you are planning to eat in one of these restaurants, the restaurant owners will help you with your queries.

They may even tell you the local people who used to live in this street many years ago. These are the people who used to live here before the British came and built the roads. The streets are lined with beautiful houses which have been built many centuries ago.

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