Udyan Utsav 2024: President Droupadi Murmu Inaugurates Amrit Udyan, Invites Public to a Botanical Extravaganza

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Embarking on a green odyssey, President Droupadi Murmu inaugurated Udyan Utsav 2024, unlocking the gates to Amrit Udyan. Join the public spectacle from February 2 to March 31, 2024.

New Delhi, February 01, 2024 – In a momentous event today, the President of India, Smt Droupadi Murmu, graced Udyan Utsav – I, 2024, adding a touch of prestige to the grand affair. The focal point of this celebration is the opening of Amrit Udyan to the public, set to commence from tomorrow, February 2, and continue till March 31, 2024, excluding maintenance Mondays.

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The schedule further entices with special access days for diverse groups, emphasizing inclusivity and community engagement:-

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  • February 22: Open for differently-abled and visually challenged individuals
  • February 23: Reserved for personnel of defense, paramilitary, and police forces
  • March 1: Exclusive day for women, tribals, and women’s self-help groups
  • March 5: Welcoming children from orphanages

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Booking slots for this nature-infused extravaganza can be secured online at https://visit.rashtrapatibhavan.gov.in or through Self Service Kiosks located outside Gate No. 35, and it comes at no cost.

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For the convenience of visitors, entry and exit points are consolidated at Gate No. 35 of the President’s Estate, near the intersection of North Avenue Road and Rashtrapati Bhavan. A shuttle bus service from Central Secretariat Metro Station to Gate No. 35 will operate every 30 minutes from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm.

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Visitors are encouraged to bring along essentials such as mobile phones, electronic keys, purse/handbags, water bottles, and milk bottles for infants. Facilities including drinking water, toilets, and first aid/medical services will be strategically positioned along the public route.

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Highlights of the Udyan Utsav journey include captivating attractions such as a 225-year-old Sheesham tree, Bal Vatika featuring a tree-house and nature’s classroom for children, a mesmerizing Theme Garden adorned with 42,000 tulips, and the Amrit Udyan Signature—an elevated, artistic garden signature offering a picturesque selfie point.

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The enchanting tour also features a Floral Clock, Bonsai Garden with over 300 bonsais, Musical Fountains synchronized to classical Indian music, Central Lawn adorned with rare and exotic flowers, and a variety of other gardens like Long Garden, Circular Garden, Vertical Garden, Tray Garden, Gardens in Wheelbarrows, Zen Garden, and Majestic Banyans.

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To satiate the culinary cravings of visitors, a food court boasting stalls by TRIFED, ITDC, and more awaits.

Beyond Amrit Udyan, visitors can explore Rashtrapati Bhavan and Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum six days a week (Tuesday to Sunday), with the added spectacle of the Change-of-Guard Ceremony every Saturday, excluding gazetted holidays. For detailed information, eager participants can visit https://visit.rashtrapatibhavan.gov.in.

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During the Udyan Utsav, school students are granted free access to the Museum, encouraging educational exploration and fostering a love for history and culture.

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