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Garden Festival in South Delhi

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Garden of Five SensesRoad Trips Gardeners headed to India next month will want to check out the Garden Tourism Festival February 20-22, 2010. Organized by the Delhi Tourism Department, it takes place in the Garden of Five Senses, Said-ul-Ajaib, South Delhi.

The garden, set on 20 acres, is close to the Mehrauli heritage area in New Delhi. It was opened in February 2003. It’s divided into distinct areas. On one side of the spiral walkway is the Khas Bagh, a formal garden patterned along the lines of a Mughal garden. Slow-moving water cascades in channels along its length, while flowering and fragrant shrubs and trees line its paths. The central axis leads to a series of fountains, some of which are lit up by fiberoptic lighting systems. There’s a Trail of Fragrance, a pool of water lilies and a Color Garden with flowering shrubs and ground covers.

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