Parks in New Delhi

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Parks in New Delhi

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  • Bhanu Pratap Singh
    Gurugram (Gurgaon), India13 contributions
    When I was planning to visit Sunder Nursery Park, One thing that hesitates me was the safety of my car. But I found professional PARK+ parking when I reach. Because of that, I saw the Sunder Nursery park freely. Even I wanted to stay there for hours because it was very close to nature.
    Written 26 April 2022
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  • vamsi
    New Delhi, India139 contributions
    Good place for outing in DELHI winters. Bonus is well maintained Flora and lots of Rose flowers. Hope the parking is sorted well but it’s available. Recommended to take all picnic things to have full fun.
    Written 12 February 2020
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  • Rajinder Narang
    New Delhi, India1,626 contributions
    Went for a morning walk lawns are green loved seeing lots of rabbits in a enclosure and deer in another enclosure sharing few pics
    Written 29 September 2021
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  • A Choudhury
    New Delhi, India112 contributions
    Located at Connaught Place just across Rajiv Chowk metro station, it is a happening place where people visit with their friends and families. Many cultural and musical events are organized here, the added attraction is the Indian flag. Good place to hangout for a couple of hours.
    Written 8 May 2021
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  • Madhulika L
    Noida, India3,583 contributions
    Unlike more formal parks (even the not-too-far off Nehru Park among them), Buddha Jayanti Park is a cross between the wild and the tamed. It is located in part of what is known as the Central Ridge of the Delhi Ridge, and while the more intrepid of Delhi’s naturalists would do best to wander right off the roads and into the forested scrub, for those of us who are less adventurous but would like to experience at least some of the Ridge, this is a good place to start.

    Buddha Jayanti Park, of course, draws its name from the Buddha, and so there is some presence of the Buddha and his teachings. Every now and then, there are stone slabs with excerpts from his teachings inscribed on them, and close to Gate No. 1, there is even a large gilded Buddha statue in a pavilion. Unfortunately, in an attempt to protect this, the authorities have surrounded it on all sides with clear plastic, which robs it of its beauty.

    My husband, daughter and I visited on a monsoon afternoon. It was not raining, but it was quite humid, so perhaps that was why there were very few people around: we pretty much wandered where we liked after we’d parked in the (paid) parking lot inside Gate 1. Paths make their way all through the park, and there are lots of trees, both endemic as well as exotic: fried egg tree, plumeria, amaltas, sicklebush, gaub persimmon, dhak (palash or flame of the forest), gulmohar, peepal, agave, several species of cactus (in a separate cactus patch), several species of palm (in a palm grove) and so on. For a tree lover, this is a very rewarding place.

    It’s also worth visiting if you love nature in general: there are plenty of birds around (in the brief while we spent here here, we saw lapwings, kingfishers, barbets, parakeets, and more), and the very fact that you can get right in amongst the trees makes it an adventure.

    No entry fee is charged. There are benches and some scattered dustbins. Just inside Gate 1 is an ice cream cart (the vendor informed us that further on, near Gate 2, there’s also a restaurant, but we didn’t confirm this, since we didn’t go that far).
    Written 31 August 2019
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  • noopur s
    New Delhi, India209 contributions
    We used to go there when we were kids. Once in a life - must to visit place with kids. they will love the rides, fountain, greenery.. everthing about there
    Written 25 July 2019
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  • Veroniek K
    Vught, The Netherlands518 contributions
    Lovely park to walk around. Lots of space lovely sit outs and away from pollution. Many trees and birds.
    So many young couple here
    The foodcourt was closed because of corona but some food available at a stall also water
    Written 12 December 2021
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  • doctorritu
    New Delhi, India21 contributions
    This place is quite a hit in HKV area. Lot of people are there anytime of the year. People with families, couples and college students all age groups are here, enjoying the greenery. Park has a beautiful lake in the middle. Best time to visit thr park is evening or early morning. Best for having small picnics and fun games. Recommended place
    Written 13 July 2020
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  • SUHAS D
    1 contribution
    Kali temple is situated in the heart of city, well connected. Quite near to Bengali market as well..
    Written 23 September 2019
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  • Sonya Deep kaur
    New Delhi, India370 contributions
    If you are looking for a place in Delhi to get some exercise without the noise and pollution then this is a good spot. Less pollution and no cars.
    You are likely to come lots of dogs (mostly friendly) puppies, Indian blue bull (antelope) they won’t bother you if you don’t bother them! Lots of birds and squirrels. Overall it’s a peaceful place to run. Can get very busy over the weekends. It seems to also make a good place for family picnics!
    Written 24 January 2020
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  • lotusdiamond
    Chandigarh, India1,232 contributions
    Shanti Van located at Raj ghat , is a beautiful place and well maintained. At this place India first Prime Minister Pundit Jawahar lal Nehru was cremated. Atmosphere is cool and peaceful surrounded by lush green lawns, rows of ornamental trees. You can spend quality time at this place. Must visit place if you are in Delhi. Parking available and road side eating stalls sells local flavors.
    Written 7 February 2019
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  • Alok B
    New Delhi, India138 contributions
    Japanes Park is a big park in Rohini Delhi. It is nearby with Rohini west metro Station. It is a good place for jogging, playing badmintion, cricket, football etc. It has open gym, boating facilities. It is also a good option for family picnic.
    Written 24 June 2018
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  • Kanica M
    Singapore, Singapore60 contributions
    Nice big park...
    Very neat and clean..It also has a lot of parking space..
    Professional camera photography is not allowed here.
    Written 15 November 2018
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  • omram1541
    New Delhi, India146 contributions
    It was our college project to go there and study about Biodiversity of flora and fauna Delhi. We saw some species of Plants like ashoka, chui mui and Animals like Darter, Snakes etc. It was an average tour.
    Written 29 May 2018
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  • nrm77
    London, UK1,089 contributions
    Coronation Park, on the banks of Yamuna River is one of the most important landmarks in colonial history and it is a shame that the current state is poor. Coronation Park is the site of the coronation of British Monarchs and viceroys and also the site of legendary Delhi Durbars. Delhi Durbars were the meeting of the princes from all states of India and the monarch of UK/ viceroy. The site must have seen some exemplary flair and pomp back in the day, but currently it is just an open ground. The capital city of Delhi got it's existence thanks to the Durbars held at this very place. I was here in March, while visiting Delhi, and came across the park during a visit to a relatives house. The current state was such that it was more of a barren ground where the young played cricket. There is a small memorial and column, but nothing beyond that. There is a lack of information across the board and it is a bit disappointing. I would come back again and hope that the concerned authorities bring more attention to the glory of coronation park rather than just leave it as a barren piece of land.
    Written 2 October 2018
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