The excess of these brilliant nurseries is to such an extent that Louis Mountbatten, India’s last British emissary, was said to have utilized 418 planters. There are wellsprings, cypress, bougainvillea, climbing roses, balanced gardens and meandering peacocks in Mughal Gardens. In case you’re visiting the area when the nurseries are in blossom (that months they’re open), they’re not to be missed. Security is exacting; guests must leave all packs, and even water bottles, at the cloakroom by the passageway.

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