Come spring and every nook and corner of Srinagar and its adjoining valleys are sprawled with colorful flowers. Such wide range of flowers and such magnificent size of the bloom that these beauties simply enchants everyone. One such place in Srinagar where one can enjoy the beautiful and glamorous bloom of tulips is the Indira Gandhi Tulip Garden, Srinagar.
After getting captivated by the grandness of Dal Lake when one moves toward Chashmeshahi, this tulip garden is beautifully located on the foothills of Zabarwan hills.
When one enters the garden one simply gets spellbound by the variety of tulips grown in the vast area of 12 hectares. It resembles a field but when one sees the tulips blooming it brings a smile on everyone’s face.
One can visit this garden from March end to April end. These exotic flowers generally bloom for very less time as increase in temperature are not favorable for them. So the window to observe these attractions is very less. It is recommended to visit in first part of the cycle i.e March and April begin otherwise one will be at loss to admire the full bloom of all the varieties.
Not just famous for the tulips one can enjoy other variety of flowers in this garden. The whole experience of visiting this tulip garden is full of piousness and is relaxing. With colors and beauty around it contends the heart that we live in the world full of beauty around.
While walking around the garden admiring the shades of colors in the tulip’s petals I came across this lovely tree that pulled me to come near it and admire the blooms on the trees. It is indeed bliss to see that even trees around are offering such lovely clusters to cherish.
One has to be there at the Indira Gandhi Tulip garden to see and experience the beauty of the tulips and other enchanting flowers in the garden. The entry to the garden is just Rs 50 for adults and Rs 20 for kids. Get yourself clicked with these enticing blooms or simply click the grandeur of these flowers, I bet that the visit to the Tulip garden in Srinagar is going to remain in your senses forever to admire and revere.