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A tranquil Recreation Spot for Families, solo, couples...all!

Gardens arousing all senses, beautiful lined-up trees and few relics historical monuments... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
New Delhi, India
Good for jogging

Perfect place for morning and evening walk and for jogging. The park has many beautiful fountains... read more

Reviewed 31 January 2018
Tirunelveli, India
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Gardens arousing all senses, beautiful lined-up trees and few relics historical monuments, Talkatora garden has got all of them. Another surprise is a adjoining jungle where adventuring people can go for a walk. However never go alone in that adjoining jungle since its very dense...More

1  Thank Jaithevoyager
Reviewed 31 January 2018

Perfect place for morning and evening walk and for jogging. The park has many beautiful fountains. The birds in the trees are very attractive. It has a huge cricket ground which is the primal attraction. Different seasonal flowers are available.

1  Thank travelerraghu
Reviewed 27 December 2017 via mobile

Situated near Talkatora Indoor Stadium which is nearby Connaught Place. It’s huge and very well maintained. Going with family can be awkward because PDA is common here.

Thank Kumar S
Reviewed 16 June 2017 via mobile

The birds here the trees here just makes you forget that you are in delhi. Its a perfect place for morning walk and for evening picnics. There are many exercising equipments recently added to the park with a huge cricket ground. Also the park has...More

Thank Manisha G
Reviewed 21 April 2017 via mobile

Locals call it Talkatora Bagh, is a Mughal era garden on Mother Teresa Crescent Road near President's Estate in New Delhi. Originally there was a tank and swimming pool. This is the place where Marathas defeated Mughal army in the battle of Delhi. In the...More

Thank tripsmaker
Reviewed 31 March 2017 via mobile

I recently went there for attending an event and i was amused to watch the beauty of garden. I must say this garden is really the organ of Our Capital New Delhi. It will be a great moment for me to visit there again. It...More

1  Thank omram1541
Reviewed 8 January 2017 via mobile

Walking through the talkatora garden was an amazing experience. The park has amazing views. Entry is free. Around 2-3 kms from Connaught place. Next to Talkatora indoor stadium. Park is quite big, around 2 kms of jogging track. Landscape also has some incline. At one...More

Thank Rajeev_Vri
Reviewed 10 November 2016

Yet another sad example of Government neglect of our heritage. Being a Muhammad Shah period hunting lodge that has now been converted into a manicured garden, this is a real shame. It used to be one of the Mughal Paradise Gardens with terraced gardens, waterfalls...More

Thank OhetukTraveller
Reviewed 5 November 2016 via mobile

Really a very big and awesome park in the heart of new delhi just behind the talkatora stadium... best to spent some quality time with frnds and family for small picnics...

Thank Anurag243
Reviewed 5 September 2016 via mobile

We rode a boat on the lake, very romantic! Had an ice cream and sat in the gardens, it is a very relaxing place and makes you forget you are in Delhi. It's a short walk from the India gate also which is steeped in...More

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What I saw was they were shooing away people but possibly you can officially hire it.