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Qudsia Garden

Qudsia Garden is beautiful garden located at Old Delhi, a fortified city of Shahjahanabad. It is an aide memoir of magnificent pleasure parks, specially constructed in the mid-eighteenth century.

The garden was built by Queen Qudsia, the wife of Emperor Mohammad Shah. Later British freemasons under took the control of this park. They built a hall in the garden and prevented the Indians from entering into the park. The larger part of the garden was demolished to make way for inter state bus terminal. An attractive gateway and some pavilions in carved red sandstone are now remaining in the garden.

Close to the garden is a Hindu monument, which includes the mounted statue of brave Prataph Singh who is famed for his untiring defiance of Akbar.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: North Delhi
Location: Old Delhi    


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