One of the historical Mughal Gardens, Pinjore Gardens was built in 17th century by Aurangzeb. The garden is situated in the Pinjore city of Panchkula, Haryana. Designed with the amalgamation of Persian, Turkish and Indian architecture, the garden is spread over 100 acres. You can also witness the Annual Mango Mela (Pinjore) that is held every year at Pinjore Gardens.
The garden consists of a royal residence where women would reside during the visit of the garden. Another magnificent structure that holds a beautiful view.
The another fascinating feature of the garden are seven terraces that holds the mesmerizing beauty.
The one that will keep you fascinated with its mysterious cave named “Karol Ka Tibba”.
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Shopping: The Pinjore city consists an array of traditional shops and complexes ranging from clothing to gifts items to artifacts.
The garden remains opened for all day of the week from 7AM-10PM. Though, it is advisable to visit in the evening to cherish the beauty of the garden.
For locals- Those, who haven’t been to the place regardless of being a resident of Pinjore, can take a bus from Sector 17, Chandigarh. Then, from there you can take another bus to Pinjore.
For outsiders- There are several airlines that serve the Chandigarh International Airport, chandigarh. It spreads within the India and overseas. Also, Chandigarh railway station is well connected with all over the places in India.
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