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The Garden of Five Senses

The Garden of Five Senses

The Garden of Five Senses is a very beautiful park located near Mehrauli, Delhi. Actually it is not called only park but a lot more than that due to its breathtaking and public interaction specialities. The Garden of five senses is built on an area of over 20 acres in 2003. Five senses garden was architectured and designed by Pradeep Sachdeva. The garden was built with costing of Rs. 10.5 crores. Within 3 years by famous architect Pradeep Sachdeva. The garden of 5 senses is built very beautifully on a rocky terrain and different themes. The garden of 5 senses has beautiful garden, bamboo courts, solar energy park etc. It is nature’s plus human created beauty which opens up all the five senses which awaken the mind. The fragrance, landscapes, waterfalls, rock theme and food courts around five senses garden completely make it an extraordinary garden. The Five senses garden is such an exquisite place to visit where you can see nature and man made creations all around and this all takes your heart away.

Garden of Five SensesOn the entrance, there are pillars on which stainless steel birds are mounted. Inside, there is also a troop of elephants made up of stone. The Five Senses garden is very unique in terms of education and its beauty which distinguishes it from others. The colorful garden consisting of shrubs, grounds. Many plants and flowers species can be found inside five senses garden along with untouched bushes.

The garden of 5 senses is also filled with art. There are near about 20-25 art and sculptures in this park which make five senses garden a big public art in the country. And these are some modern art as a special committee which was constituted for selection of the artists. Smt. Angoori Devi, Shri Giri Raj Shah, Shri Shantilal Joshi, Radhakrishnan, John Bowman, Subodh Kerkar, Ratnabali Kant are some of the artists who contributed to this exquisite garden.

Five Senses Garden

Garden of Five Senses timings

The timings of Five Senses garden are:

9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Five Senses Garden Address

Near Saket Metro Station, Mehrauli-Badarpur Road, Said Ul Ajaib Village, New Delhi, Delhi 110030

Garden of Five Senses Nearest Metro Station

Saket Metro Station is the nearest metro station to The Garden of five senses.

Saket Metro Station lies on the yellow line (Samaypur Badli to Huda City Centre).

Entry Fee

Rs. 10 (child), Rs. 30 (adult), Rs. 10 (Senior Citizen)

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