Mughal Gardens



The mughal emperors have build some of the beautiful gardens here in kashmir.These gardens are beautifully laden with chinar trees and lot of colorful flowers.both local people and tourists Visit these gardens to relax and enjoy some beautiful moments of life.

Nishat Bagh
This is one of the largest and most beautiful garden built by the mughals.It stands on the banks of dal lake,it has a beautiful stepped lawns with vast collection of flower plants and trees laden with fresh fruits.

Shalimar bagh
This is also a famous mughal garden in srinagar.in it's lawns you will see huge old chinar trees and old mughal structure,the fountains sprinkle the cold water in to the green moved lawns.this garden was built by emperor Jehangir For his beloved wife Noor jehan.a visit to this garden is very peaceful and calming.

Harwan
The garden of harwan lies on the foot hills of beautiful pine forests of dachigam.Behind the garden is a small lake of sarband. There are lot of variety of flowers,and old huge chinars overshadowing this garden. This garden is most beautiful in summers.the cool water runs through it.

Chashma shahi
Chashmashahi garden lies nearby pari mahal.this garden has a fresh water natural spring The water of this spring is very clear and useful for digestion.this garden has abundant flowers and plants.some of the beautiful views of the mountains can be seen from here.

Parimahal
Parimahal is caled the palace of faries in kashmiri. the structure was build by dara shukoi the eldest son of shah jahan. It was used as an observatory for the teaching of astrology and astronomy.from here you can see the whole dal lake and other gardens.

Tulip garden
This new garden was built in 2007 to boost tourism to the valley.This garden is compared to the tulip gardens of neitherland and Holland. here a tourist can see hundreds of varities of tulips of different colors and shades.this garden is built on the foothills of zabarwan hills.The tulip festival is celebrated here in the month of may to encourage tourists and locals to visit this garden.