Pinjore is a town in Panchkula region in Haryana. This private 'township', found near Chandigarh, is set more than 1,800 feet over the ocean level in a valley, sitting above the Shivalik Hills. It is best known for the splendid Mughal gardens that were founded in the 17th century. As per the Hindu mythology, it is said that it is here that Pandavas had rested amid their outcast.
Arranged around 15 km from Panchkula, this garden is spread over a range of 100 sections of land, and is likewise called Yadvinder garden. The normal temperature for summers and winters are 35 and 18 degree Celsius individually, with rainfall focused over the months of July, August and September.
Pinjore Gardens has terraced gardens that include the Rajasthani Mughal style Shish Mahal, the Rang Mahal, the cubical Jal Mahal and a progression of wellsprings and waterfalls. The patio nurseries are open from 7 am to 10 pm and are lit up around evening time.