The Mughal Gardens of Pinjore (near Chandigarh, India) are one of the most beautiful and oldest gardens in north India. Often compared with Brindavan Gardens of Mysore, the gardens are laid out on seven terraces which descend gradually. The main gate opens to the highest terrace. The entire garden is encircled by an embattled wall.
The Gardens in their present form were designed by Fidai Khan in the 17th century. Fidai Khan was Aurangzeb’s trusted lieutenant and an architect. He had also built the Badshahi Mosque at Lahore. As a governor of Punjab, he visited this place and got fascinated. He then planned this garden.
Fountains make an amazin.g effect
Different altogether from a day visit.
Each terrace is designed distinctly
Seems like a runway at the airport
Many fountains in the garden are a spectacle
Its double the joy when moon is shining
An oasis in city!
One of the most beautiful gardens in north India
Built with mughal architecture style
Gardens are big and beautiful!
Garden looks splendid at night in lights
Lights, water and different hues of colour make a dazzling effect.
Each terrace has its own beauty
The history of Pinjore is said to be dating back to the days of Mahabharata.