Pinjore Gardens Chandigarh

Pinjore Gardens Chandigarh Overview

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Pinjore Garden is a beautiful Mughal garden, it was built in the Seventh century, it is located in Panchkula district of Haryana. This area is spread over 100 acres of land. This garden is also known as Yadwinder Garden.

Pinjore Gardens Chandigarh
Pinjore Gardens Chandigarh

Its greenery, beautiful gardens and freshly filled reeds and water houses offer a very enchanting view and this place is famous all over the world, tourists here come to experience the Mughal creations.

The place in India is very well respected and carefully handled by Govt. of India.

The Pinjore Gardens Chandigarh are a good example of terrace gardens in India. During Baisakhi, from April to June, the Garden serves as an annual mango festival.

Not only is it a vast expanse of beautiful vegetation but it also has a mini zoo, an area dedicated to historical sites, a quiet Japanese garden, a magnificent nursery and some areas that serve as picnic spots. Therefore, the gardens have plenty for everyone, whether they are children or adults.


Many believe that the Pandavas brothers rested for some time during their captivity. The best time to explore the gardens is in the evening. The whole garden has been awakened after sunset in such a way that the environment of the garden changes completely.

History of Pinjore Gardens

The Mughal emperor Aurangzeb and his cousin Nawab Fidai Khan, who was a famous architect during the reign of Emperor Aurangzeb, together designed a design for the garden. Nawab Fidai Khan was also working as governor during that time, and his responsibilities took him to various places.

Once he was visiting the valley of Pinjore, and he was completely charmed by its natural beauty. He decided to implement the garden design with Emperor Aurangzeb at this place.

pinjor garden

While gardening was in progress, women were killed by Goitre, and each had to leave work and return. In 1775, this province was ruled by Maharaja Amar Singh, king of Patiala.

Upon receiving the cage, he decided to resume work on the garden and make further improvements. After Haryana was declared an independent state in 1966, the Pinjore Garden was handed over and has been open to the public ever since.

Structure of Pinjore Gardens

The Pinjore Garden has a charbag pattern and is made in a traditional Mughal style. The area is cleverly crafted for terrace gardens, magnificent landscapes, and beautiful waterfalls.

There are a total of seven ceilings in the garden which have been created at a distance. This feature has a magical touch to the entire area of 100 acres in the garden.

The plant has a variety of fragrant flowering plants, mango orchards, shrubs, and other trees. The lined long trees provide a tranquil shade for tourists. There is also an open-air theater at the end of the garden.

The Pinjore Garden is also decorated with a central watercourse that flows into the middle of every stone, amidst lush waterfalls, colorful pools and green lawns in the center of the balcony, among many other pools and arched balconies.

Things to do at Pinjore Gardens

Mini Zoo: Within the area of 100 acres of gardens a mini zoo has been set up with various kinds of animals and birds. Children and adults can explore the zoo for no extra cost.

Nursery: Flowers and other plants are abundant in the nursery in the garden. You can also buy pots for your garden from here.

Japanese Gardens: An area of the garden has developed into a tranquil Japanese garden with a pleasant water body, a bridge, a beautiful structure with a beautiful tower and statues of Japanese mythological creatures.

Street Food: There are some vendors who sell delicious, mouth-watering local street food.

Camel rides: Camel rides are also available outside the garden area.

Pinjore Festivals

Pinjore Heritage Festival

The Pinjore Heritage Festival is a tribute to the Mughal Gardens every December. The gardens are illuminated with lights and an evening show is arranged to entertain tourists.

Many competitions are held during the festival such as Drawing, Rangoli, Folk Dance, and Mahdi Competition.

The place also has a food market for tourists to indulge in a craft market that sells lots of local food and handcrafted artisans that can be purchased as souvenirs.

Baisakhi Festival 

Celebrated in April each year, it is the largest festival celebrated at the Pinjore Garden with select daytime performances, food markets, craft markets, music, and competitions.

Mango Festival 

The mango festival or mango festival is celebrated every year in July. The most important aspect of the festival is the mango exhibition where a variety of mangoes can be found all over India.

There are also various competitions, exhibits, events, and markets at the venue.

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit the Pinjore Gardens is from February to April and September to December, as the weather is pleasant and the garden is ideal for exploring.

In addition, it is full of fragrant blooming flowers and green trees and shrubs.

During these months there are also many festivals held in the gardens which the tourists can avail the most.

How To Reach

Pinjore Garden is accessible from Chandigarh which is approximately 22 km away. There are buses that run regularly from Chandigarh. Visitors can also appreciate taxi services.

If traveling by private vehicle, tourists can follow the route to reach NH5 via the Chandigarh-Panchkula road and reach the Panjgur Garden via the Ambala-Shimla highway.

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