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Udyanotsav is now open to public

President of India, Ram Nath Kovind on Friday opened the annual Rashtrapati Bhavan’s ‘Udyanotsav’.

Also, from today February 13th the Mughal Gardens will be open to the public however, one needs to book online to experience the beautiful Mughal Gardens.

During this annual Udyanotsav, the Rashtrapati Bhavan and Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum will also be open, and during this, visitors will also be allowed to witness the change of guard ceremony.

Here is how one can book tickets and some rules to be followed.

  • The Mughal Gardens will be open from February 13 to March 21. The garden will remain closed every Monday.
  • Gate 35 of Rashtrapati Bhavan located in North Avenue Road will be the entry gate to the garden.
  • For visitors entering Mughal Gardens during Udyanotsav, no charges will be levied.
  • Visit https://presidentofindia.gov.in/ to book online tickets, in the website click the Mughal Gardens link.
  • One can also book a mini-tour via https://rashtrapatisachivalaya.gov.in.
  • Maximum 5 tickets can be registered on a single booking only and only 1 booking from one mobile number.
  • The tickets should be booked 7 days in advance and the booking date will be closed a day before the required visit date.
  • The visiting hours for the public are from 10:00 – 17:00hrs, and it has been divided into 7 slots. The last entry time would be 16:00hrs.
  • People below 10 years of age and above 65 years of age are not permitted to visit and per one visit 100 visitors are allowed to enter.
  • Visitors need to carry a visitor’s pass for entry, either in print or digital format.
  • There should be no usage of mobile phones inside premises, the digital pass should be shown at entry gates and the phones must be switched off.
  • Visitors need to strictly adhere to the covid-19 protocol set by the government.
  • Due to coronavirus pandemic, the visitors are required to provide an undertaking that they are not suffering from fever, cold, cough, etc. They should agree that they do not come from containment zone etc.
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