Spread over 3 acres, the park has one more nationalistic attraction which is a Pakistani tank from the 1971 India-Pakistan war.
Obviously this park should be a huge silent inspiration for youngsters and should remind that peace comes at a cost and we should not take contributions of our soldiers for granted.
The garden is rich in terms of trees as well with a magnificent Arjun (Terminalia arjuna), Kadamba (Neolamarckia kadamba), the Fern Leaf tree (Filicium decipiens), pretty Tamhan (Lagerstromia sp) and ofcourse several varieties of Ficus. Most trees have been labelled. The landscaped lawns and gazebos added to the beauty and serene atmosphere. There was a small kids play area too.
|Brownea in full bloom|
|New Brownea leaf looks is brown like a horse tail|
|The leaf grows to look like this|
A garden that is popular due to its tiled walking track and location in the heart of a residential area. A garden that would be a delight for tree lovers, health enthusiasts and an inspiration for all.
|Placards bearing plant names and plant info|
Entry: INR 1
Timing: 6AM to 10AM and 4PM to 8PM
Parking: On the road adjoining the garden
Drinking Water: Available
Rest rooms: Available
Location Map here.
4 Replies to “T is for Tathavade Udyan”
I love trees so probably would have enjoyed the tree walk with its beautiful blossoms as well! :)<3
Yes it was a wonderful tree walk Elly. Thanks!
Right you are, peace does come at a price and sometimes younger generations don't understand the fight, the sacrifices etc involved.
That is so true Sandy. Thanks for stopping by 🙂