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pinjore garden

Pinjore Gardens, also known as Yadavindra Gardensis a beautiful 17th century garden located in a small city called Pinjore in the north Indian state of Haryana. 

History

The Pinjore Garden was built by Fidai Khan, who was the Governor of Punjab, around 1760-61 CE during the Mughal rule in India. The garden and the various palaces near it were designed by him around a natural spring in Panchkula.

Layout/Structure

Pinjore garden is spread out and laid in a total of seven terraces. The main gate of the garden opens into one of them which is the highest terrace and also opens into a Rajasthani–Mughal style Palace.

Other forts and palaces surrounding the terraces of this garden are -

Fountains and tree groves are a part of many of these terraces and forts. One of the terraces even has an open-air theatre, designed in a disc-like structure.

Additional Information for Visitors

Pinjore Garden is located in the city of Pinjore in Panchkula district in the state of Haryana in India. This garden is open to visitors between 7 AM and 9 PM every day, on all days of the week.

An entry fee of INR 20 per head is applicable per head for adults as well as kids above the age of 3. Entry is free for kids and children up to the age of 3 years.