Named as ‘Amrit Udyan’, the Presidential Palace Garden has been announced to be open till March 26.
As the 75th year of Independence is celebrated as Amrit Festival, the gardens of the President’s Palace have been given the common name ‘Amrit Udyan’. It is worth noting that earlier, these were called ‘Mughal’ (Mughal) gardens. In this case, the gardens of the President’s House will be opened to the public tomorrow (January 29) by participating in the ‘Udyan Utsav 2023’ program and opening the gardens.
In a related press release, ‘This time the gardens (Herb Garden, Bonsai Garden, Mid Lawn, Long Garden and Circular Garden) will be open for public viewing for about two months. Public will be allowed in the gardens from January 31. The gardens will remain open till March 26, 2023. The gardens will not be open to the public on Mondays, when maintenance work will be carried out, and on March 8 due to Holi. From 28th to 31st March, the Gardens will be open for specials on the following days:
March 28 – Farmers, March 29 – Handicapped, March 30 – Security Forces, Paramilitary Forces and Police, March 31 – Women including Tribal Women Self Help Groups.
People can book their time slot in advance through online booking. Booking can be done at https://rashtrapatisachivalaya.gov.in or https://rb.nic.in/rbvisit/visit_plan.aspx. Live visitors can also visit the garden. However, they have to register at the self-service center near Gate No.12 of the President’s House. It is advisable to register on the website in advance to avoid rush and save time.
There are various gardens in the Presidential Palace complex. The East Lawn, Middle Lawn, Long Garden and Round Garden already existed. Former Presidents Dr. A.P.J. During the tenures of Abdul Kalam and Ram Nath Kovind, many gardens like Herb-I, Herb-II, Tactile Garden, Bonsai Garden and Arogya Forest were created.
Apart from the Presidential Gardens, people can visit the Presidential Palace five days a week (Wednesday to Sunday) and the Presidential Palace Museum six days a week (Tuesday to Sunday). Every Saturday apart from government holidays, you can also watch the Change of Force program. Further details are available at http://rashtrapatisachivalaya.gov.in/rbtour/,” it said.