Flowers are a bliss to senses and on a Saturday afternoon, I decided to treat myself with a visit to Mughal gardens, New Delhi.
At the first instant, I was unable to decide whether I'm here to view another horde, that our national capital offers its visitors by default or something I would cherish for the rest of my life.
Standing at the entrance, I was surrounded by families looking for their missing parts, waving restively, people posing with no one but the crowd and school children being instructed to move in a queue.
But i finally decided to go ahead as per my plan. Mughal gardens, designed by Sir Edwin Lutynes for Lady Harding, is divided into three sections rectangular, long and circular gardens.