Introduction Delhi, the present capital of the country was once served as the capital of the Mughal Empire as well. The Mughals, known for their aesthetic sense and eye for beauty, were very fond of landscaped gardens which is why all their monuments and palaces are all adorned with fountains, flower beds, and gardens. In the post-Mughal era, Delhi functioned as the capital of the British and after independence as the state capital thereby undergoing lot of designing and decoration which accounts for the large number of parks and gardens in Delhi. The Japanese Garden, Rohini in Delhi is a beautifully landscaped garden and a favorite haunt for the morning walkers. Japanese Garden Developed and maintained by the DDA (Delhi Development Authority) the Japanese Garden in Rohini in Delhi is located at Sector 11. With a lake, woods, boating facilities and nature walks, the Japanese Garden in Delhi is popular among morning walkers and also for family outings. In the evenings you can also see youngsters loitering in the park in pairs and groups.
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