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Location: Srinagar.
Designed By: Asaf Khan, the brother of Nur Jahan.
Year of Setup: 1633 AD.
Distance from Srinagar: A distance of few minutes from Our Resort.

Nishat Garden

Nishat Bagh is the second Mughal garden that most tourists visit, as they take the road that encircles Dal Lake. Nishat Bagh is 11 km from Srinagar. Its name means Garden of Gladness. This is one of the most beautiful Mughal Garden.

Nishat garden is the largest one of the Mughal gardens in Kashmir. It is situated on the banks of the picturesque Dal Lake. Also known as "the garden of bliss", the Nishat gardens have the Zabarwan Mountains forming its backdrop. Asaf Khan, the brother of Nur Jahan, designed the Kashmir Nishat Bagh in 1633 AD. Within the garden are ruins of some of the buildings dating back to the Mughal period. One of them is a double story pavilion enclosed on two sides with latticed windows. There is also a small spring behind the garden, known as Gopi Tirth. It is a source of supply of crystal clear water to the garden.

Nishat Bagh of Kashmir, India, offers a splendid view of the Dal Lake as well as the snow capped Pir Panjal mountain range. The garden has terraces, each representing a different Zodiac sign. There is also a beautiful water channel flowing right in the middle of the garden. Other attractions of the Nishat garden of Kashmir include its blooming flowerbeds, trees, fountains, etc. You can also take a shikara ride at the Nehru Park from the garden.

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