Amrit Udyan to open for common people from August 16
Amrit Udyan to open for common people from August 16

NEW DELHI: Amrit Udyan is set to welcome the general public once again starting August 16th, with the convenience of online ticket bookings. As part of the Delhi Independence Amrit Mahotsav, Rashtrapati Bhavan's Amrit Udyan will open its gates to visitors, marking a unique occasion as people gain the opportunity to explore this splendid space twice a year. The public will have access to Amrit Udyan from August 16th to September 17th.

Spanning across a vast expanse of 15 acres, Amrit Udyan will be unveiled to the public during the summer months, showcasing the vibrant display of annual flowers. This extraordinary opportunity for the public to experience the beauty of Amrit Udyan will be available exclusively from August 16th to September 17th. During this period, visitors can freely wander through the East Lawn, Central Lawn, Long Garden, and Circular Garden.

Entry to the garden will be through gate number 35, ensuring convenient access for everyone. Notably, additional gardens were cultivated during the tenures of former Presidents Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam and Ram Nath Kovind. These additions encompass Herbal-I, Herbal-II, Tactile Garden, Bonsai Garden, and Arogya Vanam. For the general public, entry will be granted through Gate No. 35 of Rashtrapati Bhavan, located near North Avenue.

Visitors will be treated to an array of captivating summer flowers on this occasion. To secure entry, online tickets can be conveniently reserved between 10 am and 4 pm. Alternatively, tickets can also be obtained from the designated machine within the premises of Rashtrapati Bhavan.

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