Saturday, March 20, 2010

Delhi Parks: Parks in Delhi

Delhi ParksDelhi, as capital of India is a very populated place, expect this offers number of parks with lots of greenery. These parks are well maintained and daily number of people assembler there for morning and evening activities. Even you will get gatherings in Delhi parks in day time as well. Some parks also used as picnic spots. Parks in Delhi are very attractive and enjoyable. Some of the most popular parks in Delhi are:

1. Lodhi Park: This park is adjoining the India International Center, and also contains the tombs of Sayid and Lodhi rulers. This is a very well maintained park. This park also needs some watching out since you will encounter couples in this park who are being affectionate. Given that this park is in the midst of officialdom, a large number of the regular visitors to the park are government employees.

2. Buddha Jayanti Park: This is a sprawling big park, located in the area of the Ridge. Reachable from the Ridge Road, Shankar Road or Sardar Patel Marg.

3. India Gate Lawns: This is not a park in the proper sense. Located in the center of the city, these are sprawling lawns stretching from Vijay Chowk to India Gate. Very popular with families because of the wide open lawns, this is a good place to be at night. Lots of ice-cream vendors available, and seems even more special when India Gate is lighted up.

4. Nehru Park: Located in Chanakyapuri, this is another big park, spread over 85 acres. Very popular with people from the vicinity.

5. Shantipath (Embassy Road): Not a park as such. Shantipath is embassy lane, with a central road and embassies set off a fair distance from the central road. The distance between the embassies and the central road is covered with well maintained lawns.

6. Deer Park: Located in South Delhi, it is a paradise for morning walkers. Close to Hauz Khaz village, Safdarjuang Enclave and IIT.

7. National Zoo Park: National Zoological Park or the Delhi Zoo is one of the finest zoos in Asia and is situated close to Purana Qila or Old Fort in Delhi.

8. Garden of Five Senses: The Garden of Five Senses is not just a park, it is a space with a variety of activities, inviting public interaction and exploration. The twenty-acre site, located at Said-Ul-Azaib village, close to the Mehrauli heritage area in New Delhi, is spectacular area in New Delhi, is spectacular.

9. Kalindi Kunj: Kalindi Kunj park is located on the boundary between Delhi, Noida and Faridabad. The park is situated on the bank of Yamuna. This is a pretty park with fountains, lit in the evenings with colourful lights.

10. Kalkaji District Park: Kalkaji District Park is located near the Nehru Place office complex. This is very beautiful to visit with lakes and beautiful terraced gardens

11. Sultanpur Bird sanctuary: Sultanpur Bird sanctuary is on 40 km distance from Delhi in Gurgoan. This park is ideal for birding and bird watchers. Sultanpur Bird sanctuary Is best to visit in winters when a large number of migratory birds come here.

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