Pinjore Garden

Pinjore garden is also known as Yadavindra garden which is basically taken from basic design of Mugal gardens. This garden is renovated by Sikh Rulers in 1780. Pinjore garden was the palace of Maharajas of Patiala. After gaining independence Maharaja Yadavindra father of Amrinder Singh currently CM of Punjab donate it to the Indian government. Pinjore garden is situated in Haryana state near the kalka shimla highway. This place is near to the panchkula city approx. 5 km. The tourist who are travelling from Chandigarh to Shimla can also spend some quality time here. Pinjore garden is over 100 acres in total area. Cab and local transportation joints are easily available here. The garden have a sufficient parking area available. Groups from schools colleges and others often come to garden. This garden is near Chandigarh city approx 22 km. This is also a famous picnic spot. Garden has been laid in seven different terraces all with their own significant beauty. The garden starts from first main gate know as Shish Mahal which is built in Mugal Rajasthani style design. In between the gardens you will see small pounds and fountains with water drainage systems. All trees are planted in rows on grass land which looks beautiful. Mostly local people visit in evening time.Also you can see other attractant like mini zoo, plant nursery and long grass lawns around.

The main attraction of Pinjore garden is Mughal style gardens, Rang mahal, Shish Mahal, Rani Mahal, water Fountains, grass land and mini zoo. The Garden accessible between 7 am to 10 pm. The charges are around 25 rupees per person.

Point of interest in Pinjore garden

Mini zoo there is a small zoo where various species are kept.

Street food in garden there are some vendors who are selling local food.

Camel ride outside the garden camel available for local ride.

Baisakhi festival this festival celebrated in April month every year. You can see craft bazaar, local music and bands performances. Mango festival also celebrate here in July month.