it was very nice the views,, able to have photo wiz the mountain covered wiz snow.. very nice views..
We had visited this Moghul Garden on 28th Nov 2013. This is a very beautiful garden but during our visit renovation was going on but no regrets, we then to enjoyed a lot. Specially magnificent Chinars and their leaves which were turning red. Till visit to this garden we were not aware, photo of this garden is printed on our... More
Build by Jahangir. It got its badge of Honor when old Indian Ten Rupee note contain picture of one of structure in this Garden. Same as Nishat bag and best enjoyed during and after rainy season.
Shalimar Bagh located on the right bank of Dal lake was built by Mughal Emperor Jehangir in 1619. This is the largest of the three gardens in Srinagar. After visiting Nishat garden and Chasme Shahi garden we felt let down by Shalimar bagh. The entrance and the main walkway was under renovation and we had to take a detour. Everywhere... More
The park entry fee is INR10 per adult. It was built by the Mughal Emperor. Good to spend some time however if you are for a short time in the city do prefer visiting Nishat Gardens over this. The garden is beautifully laid and the Chinars in Autumn are marvellous... Fountains doesn’t work. In garden you do have the opportunity... More
Shalimar Bagh, is a Mughal garden located on the northeast of Dal Lake in Srinagar.The development of the garden is credited to Emperor Jahangir. The first terrace is a public garden. The second terrace garden has The Diwan-e-Khas (the Hall of Private Audience. The fountain pools of the Diwan-i Khas, the Diwan-i-Aam, and the Zenana terrace have 410 fountains The... More
If you own or manage Shalimar Bagh, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.Manage your listing