The Five Best Tulip Gardens In India

Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder, and when we talk about gardens, there’s no one out there who would deny witnessing beauty. Gardens, blossoms, and trees are essentials that make this entire world more colourful, and you are never missed with the humongous number of mesmerizing flowers that our mother earth holds. Here’s a list of some of India’s best flower gardens that will leave you amazed.

The five best tulip gardens in India

1. Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden, Srinagar

Tulip garden in Srinagar known as Indira Gandhi Tulip Garden is Asia’s largest garden to date. This garden is lying on a huge 30 hectares of land and is India’s largest garden located in the foothills of the Zabarwan range. The garden is immensely decorated between the last week of March and mid-April at the time of the Annual Tulip Festival. You can witness different colours of Tulips and will be awestruck by the 60 varieties of multi-coloured Tulip flowers showcased in the festival. Along with Tulips, this garden in India has a countless number of flowers like Ranunculus, Daffodils, Hyacinth, etc. to watch around and enjoy. This Tulip garden in Jammu and Kashmir is visited by millions of people around the world and is focused on enhancing the tourism of Kashmir Valley.

Indira Gandhi memorial tulip garden

2. Mughal Gardens, Jammu and Kashmir

The moment we talk about the Tulip garden in India, we already count the Mughal Garden located in Jammu and Kashmir. The parts of Mughal Garden include Shalimar Bagh, Nishat Bagh, and Chashma Shahi. They have neatly manicured lawns, and the architecture reminds of the great Mughal era. Some fountains add beauty to this, depicting and reminding the rich kingdoms that belonged to our country.

Tulips, Dahlias, Carnations, Marigold, Nemesia are some of the blooms that make these gardens everybody’s favourite and you will be mesmerized by the beauty of these flowers once you enter the garden. No wonder people say that the garden is designed to enchant the poetry of the Mughals and showcase their richness. With a wide view and mesmerizing decorations, you can always visit this garden except for Fridays.

Mughal Gardens

3. Rock Garden, Chandigarh

When we talk about the rock garden, it’s much more than flowers that will leave you flabbergasted. The rock garden in Chandigarh has about 2000 carvings made up of bathroom sinks, frames, and glass bangles that will surely blow your mind when you were only expecting flowers and historical rocks. It is said that the effigies are also made of stones and junks that are left unused while villages destroyed depicting the idea of reusing the waste. The miraculous waterfall, bridges, staircases, theatres, and the ethnic markets are a treat to your eyes while you visit this garden.

The rock garden was made by Nek Chand, the road inspector of Chandigarh in the late 1950’s. Along with surreal things, the garden also has some of the rarest flowers like purple stars, seaside flora, Aubrieta and Poached eggs that are generally hard to find but are kept here safe and sound. It’s a must-visit place to come up with civilization on one side and a view of the humongous nature of others.

Rock Garden

4. Lal Bagh, Bengaluru

Lal Bagh situated in Bengaluru is not just a flower garden but also a botanical garden widely spread across 40 acres of land. This is one of the most diverse ones in the South Asia region and is constructed by none other than Hyder Ali, father of Tipu Sultan. The total amount of plant species found in the garden is about 1854. Moreover, the garden has a clock made of flowers and surrounded by Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Another attraction is the iconic horse-riding statue of Chamarajendra Wadiyar of Mysore.

There is a lot of architecture made of flowers depicting the love and dedication of flowers and art. You will be amazed to visit one of the largest flower shows in the country organized for the botanists and nature lovers every year. The show is about showcasing glamour and style of flowers, and you must visit once in your lifetime to experience the thrill.

Lal Bagh

5. Lodhi Garden, Delhi

Lodhi Garden is one of the beauties of the capital country, and you will love every corner of this garden. It covers a huge surface of about 90 acres. This garden shows the dynamics of Sayyid and Lodi dynasties of the fifteenth century reigned over the country. If there’s a word for the depiction of power, it is this garden. You will see a tomb surrounded by greenery and flowers and is a hub for everybody who loves greenery and architecture. There’s humongous architecture work embedded in Shish Gumbad, Bara Gumbad, and Sikandar Lodhi. The garden was previously known as Willingdon Park, but after independence, it was named Lodhi Garden. Along with India Gate, Red fort, Lotus temple, and other historical monuments of the country, if you wish to learn more of history along with some fresh air and greenery, you should visit Lodhi Garden at least once.


Here was the list of some of the best tulip gardens in our country that you should consider while you decide to take a trip towards nature.

India is indeed a country of flowers and mountains and greenery. But it is also true that greenery is decreasing day by day due to urbanization and deforestation. Amid all this, it's important to save greenery and blooming floral gardens. What's better than to look at magnificent flowers and gardens blooming all around and enhancing the beauty of nature. These gardens should be in your bucket list and be visited.