List of Gardens in India – Static GK Competetive Exams

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List of Gardens in India – Static GK Competetive Exams

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We have collected some important Gardens/Botanical Gardens in India. Now-a-days GA questions are asking from various section in different views. We hope, it will help you in Competitive exams.

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S. No.  List Of Gardens in India Location
1 Auroville Botanical Gardens Auroville, Tamil Nadu
2 Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Indian Botanic Garden Kolkata, West Bengal
3 Brindavan Garden Mysore, Karnataka
4 Balasinor Dinosaur Fossil Park Mahisagar, Gujarat
5 Company Garden Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh
6 Chashme Shahi Srinagar, J & K
7 Chaubatia Garden Chaubatia, Uttrakhand
8 Chambal Garden Kota, Rajasthan
9 Government Botanical Garden Ooty, Tamil Nadu
10 Hanging Garden Mumbai, Maharashtra
11 Jallianwala Bagh Amritsar, Punjab
12 Jawaharlal Nehru Botanical Garden Gangtok, Sikkim
13 Jhansi Botanical Garden Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh
14 Kalindi Kunj New Delhi
15 Lal Bagh Bangalore, Karnataka
16 Law garden Ahmedabad, Gujarat
17 Lloyd’s Botanical Garden Darjeeling, West Bengal
18 Lodi Garden New Delhi
19 Malampuzha Garden Palakkad, Kerala
20 Mehtab Bagh Agra, Uttar Pradesh
21 Mughal garden New Delhi
22 Nishat Bagh Srinagar, J & K
23 Pilikula Botanical Garden Mangalore, Karnataka
24 Pinjore Garden Panchkula, Haryana
25 Rock Garden Darjeeling
26 Rock Garden of Chandigarh Chandigarh
27 Saharanpur Botanical Garden, Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh
28 Sajjan Niwas Garden (Gulab Bagh) Udaipur, Rajasthan
29 Sarita Udyan Gandhinagar, Gujarat
30 Shalimar Bagh Srinagar, J & K
31 Sim’s Park Coonoor, Tamil Nadu
32 The Royal Botanical Garden Howrah, West Bengal
33 Tulip Garden Srinagar, J & K
34 Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park Jodhpur, Rajasthan

[sc_fs_multi_faq headline-0=”h2″ question-0=”Which is the biggest garden in India?” answer-0=”Lal Bagh Lal Bagh or the red garden is a botanical garden in Bangalore, It has India’s largest collection of tropical plants and is one of the main tourist attractions in city of Bangalore.” image-0=”” headline-1=”h2″ question-1=”Which is the famous botanical garden in India?” answer-1=”Indian Botanic Garden, in full Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Indian Botanic Garden, formerly Royal Botanic Garden, botanical garden in Haora (Howrah), West Bengal, India, famous for its enormous collections of orchids, bamboos, palms, and plants of the screw pine genus (Pandanus).” image-1=”” headline-2=”h2″ question-2=”What is the National Garden of India?” answer-2=”The Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Indian Botanic Garden, Kolkata: This fantastic garden was established in 1787 on 150 hectares of land. It ranks among the great botanical gardens of the world and is the seat of a Botanical survey of India.” image-2=”” headline-3=”h2″ question-3=”Which city is called garden city of India?” answer-3=”Bangalore Bangalore, also referred to as Bengaluru, is the capital of the Indian state, Karnataka. Bangalore is nicknamed the Garden City for its gardens and parks and was once called a Pensioner’s Paradise.” image-3=”” headline-4=”h2″ question-4=”Which is the beautiful garden in India?” answer-4=”Brindavan Gardens Located along the Kaveri River in southern Karnataka, Mysore’s Brindavan Gardens are among the most beautiful Indian gardens of all. Designed in the Mughal style, the symmetric gardens are spread across three terraces, and feature colourful flowerbeds, gazebos, fountains, and other scenic elements.” image-4=”” headline-5=”h2″ question-5=”Which state is known as the Garden of India?” answer-5=”Kerala is referred to as the spice garden of India as it has a variety of spices and is popular in the entire world.” image-5=”” headline-6=”h2″ question-6=”Which is the biggest garden in Asia?” answer-6=”Tulip Garden It is the largest tulip garden in Asia spread over an area of about 30 ha 74 acres.” image-6=”” headline-7=”h2″ question-7=”Which place is known as Tea Garden of India?” answer-7=”Assam located in India’s remote northeast, is the largest tea producing region in the country. Mostly grown in the Brahmaputra Valley, malty Assamese tea is brightly colored. Jorhat, in the central part of the valley, is often referred to as the Tea Capital of the World.” image-7=”” headline-8=”h2″ question-8=”Which is the first botanical garden in India?” answer-8=”Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Indian Botanic Garden The Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Indian Botanic Garden, Kolkata, originally The Honble Companys Botanic Garden, Calcuta, and then the Royal Botanical Gardens in the 1860s, was estabblished in 1787 at Howrah in West Bengal, with abouot 12,000 living plants and over 2.5 million dried plant specimens in the” image-8=”” headline-9=”h2″ question-9=”Where is the world’s oldest botanical garden?” answer-9=”Padua University, Italy The Botanical Garden Orto Botanico of Padua University, Italy, is regarded as the oldest university Horto Medicinale in the world to still be in its original setting. The garden was founded by the Republic of Venice in 1545 to fulfill an urgent request by the medical school of the University of Padua.” image-9=”” headline-10=”h2″ question-10=”What is botanical garden famous for?” answer-10=”A botanical garden is a controlled and staffed institution for the maintenance of a living collection of plants under scientific management for purposes of education and research, together with such libraries, herbaria, laboratories, and museums as are essential to its particular undertakings.” image-10=”” count=”11″ html=”true” css_class=””]

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