Jammu and Kashmir is home to most beautiful mughal gardens in India and Srinagar host the maximum,The terrace gardens of Shalimar Bagh and Nishat Bagh offers a magnificent view mountain range and Dal lake. Kashmir also host Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip garden is the largest Tulip garden of Asia, one of the top 5 most beautiful valley of flowers in India.
Shalimar Bagh is the largest mughal garden in India located at northeast of Dal Lake near Srinagar city along with other famous lake garden Nishat Bagh. The Bagh has the Dal Lake in the background and considered to be very beautiful during the autumn and spring seasons.
Nishat Bagh is one of the most beautiful terraced Mughal garden located at the side of the famous Dal Lake near Srinagar. The Garden of Gladness or Nishat Bagh is the second largest Mughal garden in the Kashmir Valley located on the bank of the Dal Lake with the Zabarwan Mountains at the back and offers a magnificent view Pir Panjal mountain range.
The Achabal Garden is one of the most splendid tourist attraction in Anantnag and one of the finest masterpiece of Mughal style gardens in India. Achabal Garden is also known as the places of the princes and attracts thousands of tourists from all over the globe every year.
The Chashme Shahi is one of the beautiful mughal garden built around a spring in the Zabarwan Range. A fresh water spring,terraces,water pool and a large fountain makes it the most charming of the gardens near Srinagar along the banks of the Dal lake. Image Source: wikipedia
Pari Mahal is beautiful seven terraced garden over-looking city of Srinagar at the top of Zabarwan mountain range in Srinagar. The gardens is the property of the Srinagar government and also known as the Worlds Beautiful High Altitude Paramilitary Camp.
Verinag Garden lies at the entry point of Kashmir Valley in the summer capital of the state of Jammu & Kashmir and also the first tourist spot of Kashmir Valley. The Verinag Spring of Mughal and surrounding area is officially recognized by Archaeological Survey of India and a Monument of National Importance. Image Source: wikimedia