Colorful Photo Journey to Nehru Park around Chankyapuri Diplomatic Enclave in South Delhi, India

Nehru Park in South Delhi, is large park situated in the Chanakyapuri Diplomatic Enclave of New Delhi. This park is actually named after India's first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. It's a beautiful place which is again quite popular among young couples during the day time. Let's have a quick Photo Journey from Nehru Place in Capital City of India.  Nehru Park is spread over an area of 80 acres and very close to the heart of the city... This is one of the beautiful parks in Delhi and very well maintained. Personally I love the way, it's created. There are various types of trees planted in different parts of the park and there are some beautiful elevations for kids to have more fun.The day when we visited the park, Delhi Jazz festival was going on and there was good security around the place. Some of the photographs from Delhi Jazz Festival 2012 at Nehru place can be checked at - http://phototravelings.blogspot.com/2012/03/delhi-jazz-festival-2012-by-indian.htmlDifferent types of people come to Nehru park with different motives - Joggers in morning, children to have some fun with their friends, Families for Picnic or general chit-chat, groups of school going kids to play different games etc. Many of the photographs in this Photo Journey are showing the way people spend some time at Nehru Park. Since most of the photographs are shot in evening, we are missing joggers and couples here.Cricket is something that can be experiences anywhere and everyday in India. Here is the moment of the day when we saw various groups playing cricket at Nehru Park.The park is one of the most famous landmarks of Delhi and a beautiful place to hang out during a sunny winter afternoon in Delhi. The pool, however, is not public anymore as it has transformed into a club exclusively for civil servants and their familiesNehru Park can be seen fully crowded with lots of groups with Picnic boxes with sporty environment all overNehru Park is on Panchsheel Mark and just in front of Ashoka Hotel in Chankyapuri Diplomatic Enclave regionThe Nehru Park has a beautiful collection of flowers, alluring little mounds and rocks emblazoned with the famous sayings of Nehru. Thus the park attracts people of all ages. Due to the pleasing and calm ambiance prevalent in the park, it has in recent times become popular with picnic goers as well as the young couples.The best part was that we really liked the way it was maintained. Quite clean and well maintained. Usually colors don't like these in India :)

Nehru Park in South Delhi, is large park situated in the Chanakyapuri Diplomatic Enclave of New Delhi. This park is actually named after India's first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. It's a beautiful place which is again quite popular among young couples during the day time. Let's have a quick Photo Journey from Nehru Place in Capital City of India.

Nehru Park in South Delhi, is large park situated in the Chanakyapuri Diplomatic Enclave of New Delhi. This park is actually named after India's first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. It's a beautiful place which is again quite popular among young couples during the day time. Let's have a quick Photo Journey from Nehru Place in Capital City of India.  Nehru Park is spread over an area of 80 acres and very close to the heart of the city... This is one of the beautiful parks in Delhi and very well maintained. Personally I love the way, it's created. There are various types of trees planted in different parts of the park and there are some beautiful elevations for kids to have more fun.The day when we visited the park, Delhi Jazz festival was going on and there was good security around the place. Some of the photographs from Delhi Jazz Festival 2012 at Nehru place can be checked at - http://phototravelings.blogspot.com/2012/03/delhi-jazz-festival-2012-by-indian.htmlDifferent types of people come to Nehru park with different motives - Joggers in morning, children to have some fun with their friends, Families for Picnic or general chit-chat, groups of school going kids to play different games etc. Many of the photographs in this Photo Journey are showing the way people spend some time at Nehru Park. Since most of the photographs are shot in evening, we are missing joggers and couples here.Cricket is something that can be experiences anywhere and everyday in India. Here is the moment of the day when we saw various groups playing cricket at Nehru Park.The park is one of the most famous landmarks of Delhi and a beautiful place to hang out during a sunny winter afternoon in Delhi. The pool, however, is not public anymore as it has transformed into a club exclusively for civil servants and their familiesNehru Park can be seen fully crowded with lots of groups with Picnic boxes with sporty environment all overNehru Park is on Panchsheel Mark and just in front of Ashoka Hotel in Chankyapuri Diplomatic Enclave regionThe Nehru Park has a beautiful collection of flowers, alluring little mounds and rocks emblazoned with the famous sayings of Nehru. Thus the park attracts people of all ages. Due to the pleasing and calm ambiance prevalent in the park, it has in recent times become popular with picnic goers as well as the young couples.The best part was that we really liked the way it was maintained. Quite clean and well maintained. Usually colors don't like these in India :)

  Nehru Park is spread over an area of 80 acres and very close to the heart of the city... This is one of the beautiful parks in Delhi and very well maintained. Personally I love the way, it's created. There are various types of trees planted in different parts of the park and there are some beautiful elevations for kids to have more fun.

Nehru Park in South Delhi, is large park situated in the Chanakyapuri Diplomatic Enclave of New Delhi. This park is actually named after India's first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. It's a beautiful place which is again quite popular among young couples during the day time. Let's have a quick Photo Journey from Nehru Place in Capital City of India.  Nehru Park is spread over an area of 80 acres and very close to the heart of the city... This is one of the beautiful parks in Delhi and very well maintained. Personally I love the way, it's created. There are various types of trees planted in different parts of the park and there are some beautiful elevations for kids to have more fun.The day when we visited the park, Delhi Jazz festival was going on and there was good security around the place. Some of the photographs from Delhi Jazz Festival 2012 at Nehru place can be checked at - http://phototravelings.blogspot.com/2012/03/delhi-jazz-festival-2012-by-indian.htmlDifferent types of people come to Nehru park with different motives - Joggers in morning, children to have some fun with their friends, Families for Picnic or general chit-chat, groups of school going kids to play different games etc. Many of the photographs in this Photo Journey are showing the way people spend some time at Nehru Park. Since most of the photographs are shot in evening, we are missing joggers and couples here.Cricket is something that can be experiences anywhere and everyday in India. Here is the moment of the day when we saw various groups playing cricket at Nehru Park.The park is one of the most famous landmarks of Delhi and a beautiful place to hang out during a sunny winter afternoon in Delhi. The pool, however, is not public anymore as it has transformed into a club exclusively for civil servants and their familiesNehru Park can be seen fully crowded with lots of groups with Picnic boxes with sporty environment all overNehru Park is on Panchsheel Mark and just in front of Ashoka Hotel in Chankyapuri Diplomatic Enclave regionThe Nehru Park has a beautiful collection of flowers, alluring little mounds and rocks emblazoned with the famous sayings of Nehru. Thus the park attracts people of all ages. Due to the pleasing and calm ambiance prevalent in the park, it has in recent times become popular with picnic goers as well as the young couples.The best part was that we really liked the way it was maintained. Quite clean and well maintained. Usually colors don't like these in India :)

The day when we visited the park, Delhi Jazz festival was going on and there was good security around the place. Some of the photographs from Delhi Jazz Festival 2012 at Nehru place can be checked at - http://phototravelings.blogspot.com/2012/03/delhi-jazz-festival-2012-by-indian.html

Nehru Park in South Delhi, is large park situated in the Chanakyapuri Diplomatic Enclave of New Delhi. This park is actually named after India's first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. It's a beautiful place which is again quite popular among young couples during the day time. Let's have a quick Photo Journey from Nehru Place in Capital City of India.  Nehru Park is spread over an area of 80 acres and very close to the heart of the city... This is one of the beautiful parks in Delhi and very well maintained. Personally I love the way, it's created. There are various types of trees planted in different parts of the park and there are some beautiful elevations for kids to have more fun.The day when we visited the park, Delhi Jazz festival was going on and there was good security around the place. Some of the photographs from Delhi Jazz Festival 2012 at Nehru place can be checked at - http://phototravelings.blogspot.com/2012/03/delhi-jazz-festival-2012-by-indian.htmlDifferent types of people come to Nehru park with different motives - Joggers in morning, children to have some fun with their friends, Families for Picnic or general chit-chat, groups of school going kids to play different games etc. Many of the photographs in this Photo Journey are showing the way people spend some time at Nehru Park. Since most of the photographs are shot in evening, we are missing joggers and couples here.Cricket is something that can be experiences anywhere and everyday in India. Here is the moment of the day when we saw various groups playing cricket at Nehru Park.The park is one of the most famous landmarks of Delhi and a beautiful place to hang out during a sunny winter afternoon in Delhi. The pool, however, is not public anymore as it has transformed into a club exclusively for civil servants and their familiesNehru Park can be seen fully crowded with lots of groups with Picnic boxes with sporty environment all overNehru Park is on Panchsheel Mark and just in front of Ashoka Hotel in Chankyapuri Diplomatic Enclave regionThe Nehru Park has a beautiful collection of flowers, alluring little mounds and rocks emblazoned with the famous sayings of Nehru. Thus the park attracts people of all ages. Due to the pleasing and calm ambiance prevalent in the park, it has in recent times become popular with picnic goers as well as the young couples.The best part was that we really liked the way it was maintained. Quite clean and well maintained. Usually colors don't like these in India :)

Different types of people come to Nehru park with different motives - Joggers in morning, children to have some fun with their friends, Families for Picnic or general chit-chat, groups of school going kids to play different games etc. Many of the photographs in this Photo Journey are showing the way people spend some time at Nehru Park. Since most of the photographs are shot in evening, we are missing joggers and couples here.

Nehru Park in South Delhi, is large park situated in the Chanakyapuri Diplomatic Enclave of New Delhi. This park is actually named after India's first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. It's a beautiful place which is again quite popular among young couples during the day time. Let's have a quick Photo Journey from Nehru Place in Capital City of India.  Nehru Park is spread over an area of 80 acres and very close to the heart of the city... This is one of the beautiful parks in Delhi and very well maintained. Personally I love the way, it's created. There are various types of trees planted in different parts of the park and there are some beautiful elevations for kids to have more fun.The day when we visited the park, Delhi Jazz festival was going on and there was good security around the place. Some of the photographs from Delhi Jazz Festival 2012 at Nehru place can be checked at - http://phototravelings.blogspot.com/2012/03/delhi-jazz-festival-2012-by-indian.htmlDifferent types of people come to Nehru park with different motives - Joggers in morning, children to have some fun with their friends, Families for Picnic or general chit-chat, groups of school going kids to play different games etc. Many of the photographs in this Photo Journey are showing the way people spend some time at Nehru Park. Since most of the photographs are shot in evening, we are missing joggers and couples here.Cricket is something that can be experiences anywhere and everyday in India. Here is the moment of the day when we saw various groups playing cricket at Nehru Park.The park is one of the most famous landmarks of Delhi and a beautiful place to hang out during a sunny winter afternoon in Delhi. The pool, however, is not public anymore as it has transformed into a club exclusively for civil servants and their familiesNehru Park can be seen fully crowded with lots of groups with Picnic boxes with sporty environment all overNehru Park is on Panchsheel Mark and just in front of Ashoka Hotel in Chankyapuri Diplomatic Enclave regionThe Nehru Park has a beautiful collection of flowers, alluring little mounds and rocks emblazoned with the famous sayings of Nehru. Thus the park attracts people of all ages. Due to the pleasing and calm ambiance prevalent in the park, it has in recent times become popular with picnic goers as well as the young couples.The best part was that we really liked the way it was maintained. Quite clean and well maintained. Usually colors don't like these in India :)

Cricket is something that can be experiences anywhere and everyday in India. Here is the moment of the day when we saw various groups playing cricket at Nehru Park.

Nehru Park in South Delhi, is large park situated in the Chanakyapuri Diplomatic Enclave of New Delhi. This park is actually named after India's first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. It's a beautiful place which is again quite popular among young couples during the day time. Let's have a quick Photo Journey from Nehru Place in Capital City of India.  Nehru Park is spread over an area of 80 acres and very close to the heart of the city... This is one of the beautiful parks in Delhi and very well maintained. Personally I love the way, it's created. There are various types of trees planted in different parts of the park and there are some beautiful elevations for kids to have more fun.The day when we visited the park, Delhi Jazz festival was going on and there was good security around the place. Some of the photographs from Delhi Jazz Festival 2012 at Nehru place can be checked at - http://phototravelings.blogspot.com/2012/03/delhi-jazz-festival-2012-by-indian.htmlDifferent types of people come to Nehru park with different motives - Joggers in morning, children to have some fun with their friends, Families for Picnic or general chit-chat, groups of school going kids to play different games etc. Many of the photographs in this Photo Journey are showing the way people spend some time at Nehru Park. Since most of the photographs are shot in evening, we are missing joggers and couples here.Cricket is something that can be experiences anywhere and everyday in India. Here is the moment of the day when we saw various groups playing cricket at Nehru Park.The park is one of the most famous landmarks of Delhi and a beautiful place to hang out during a sunny winter afternoon in Delhi. The pool, however, is not public anymore as it has transformed into a club exclusively for civil servants and their familiesNehru Park can be seen fully crowded with lots of groups with Picnic boxes with sporty environment all overNehru Park is on Panchsheel Mark and just in front of Ashoka Hotel in Chankyapuri Diplomatic Enclave regionThe Nehru Park has a beautiful collection of flowers, alluring little mounds and rocks emblazoned with the famous sayings of Nehru. Thus the park attracts people of all ages. Due to the pleasing and calm ambiance prevalent in the park, it has in recent times become popular with picnic goers as well as the young couples.The best part was that we really liked the way it was maintained. Quite clean and well maintained. Usually colors don't like these in India :)

The park is one of the most famous landmarks of Delhi and a beautiful place to hang out during a sunny winter afternoon in Delhi. The pool, however, is not public anymore as it has transformed into a club exclusively for civil servants and their families.

Nehru Park in South Delhi, is large park situated in the Chanakyapuri Diplomatic Enclave of New Delhi. This park is actually named after India's first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. It's a beautiful place which is again quite popular among young couples during the day time. Let's have a quick Photo Journey from Nehru Place in Capital City of India.  Nehru Park is spread over an area of 80 acres and very close to the heart of the city... This is one of the beautiful parks in Delhi and very well maintained. Personally I love the way, it's created. There are various types of trees planted in different parts of the park and there are some beautiful elevations for kids to have more fun.The day when we visited the park, Delhi Jazz festival was going on and there was good security around the place. Some of the photographs from Delhi Jazz Festival 2012 at Nehru place can be checked at - http://phototravelings.blogspot.com/2012/03/delhi-jazz-festival-2012-by-indian.htmlDifferent types of people come to Nehru park with different motives - Joggers in morning, children to have some fun with their friends, Families for Picnic or general chit-chat, groups of school going kids to play different games etc. Many of the photographs in this Photo Journey are showing the way people spend some time at Nehru Park. Since most of the photographs are shot in evening, we are missing joggers and couples here.Cricket is something that can be experiences anywhere and everyday in India. Here is the moment of the day when we saw various groups playing cricket at Nehru Park.The park is one of the most famous landmarks of Delhi and a beautiful place to hang out during a sunny winter afternoon in Delhi. The pool, however, is not public anymore as it has transformed into a club exclusively for civil servants and their familiesNehru Park can be seen fully crowded with lots of groups with Picnic boxes with sporty environment all overNehru Park is on Panchsheel Mark and just in front of Ashoka Hotel in Chankyapuri Diplomatic Enclave regionThe Nehru Park has a beautiful collection of flowers, alluring little mounds and rocks emblazoned with the famous sayings of Nehru. Thus the park attracts people of all ages. Due to the pleasing and calm ambiance prevalent in the park, it has in recent times become popular with picnic goers as well as the young couples.The best part was that we really liked the way it was maintained. Quite clean and well maintained. Usually colors don't like these in India :)

Nehru Park can be seen fully crowded with lots of groups with Picnic boxes with sporty environment all over.

Nehru Park in South Delhi, is large park situated in the Chanakyapuri Diplomatic Enclave of New Delhi. This park is actually named after India's first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. It's a beautiful place which is again quite popular among young couples during the day time. Let's have a quick Photo Journey from Nehru Place in Capital City of India.  Nehru Park is spread over an area of 80 acres and very close to the heart of the city... This is one of the beautiful parks in Delhi and very well maintained. Personally I love the way, it's created. There are various types of trees planted in different parts of the park and there are some beautiful elevations for kids to have more fun.The day when we visited the park, Delhi Jazz festival was going on and there was good security around the place. Some of the photographs from Delhi Jazz Festival 2012 at Nehru place can be checked at - http://phototravelings.blogspot.com/2012/03/delhi-jazz-festival-2012-by-indian.htmlDifferent types of people come to Nehru park with different motives - Joggers in morning, children to have some fun with their friends, Families for Picnic or general chit-chat, groups of school going kids to play different games etc. Many of the photographs in this Photo Journey are showing the way people spend some time at Nehru Park. Since most of the photographs are shot in evening, we are missing joggers and couples here.Cricket is something that can be experiences anywhere and everyday in India. Here is the moment of the day when we saw various groups playing cricket at Nehru Park.The park is one of the most famous landmarks of Delhi and a beautiful place to hang out during a sunny winter afternoon in Delhi. The pool, however, is not public anymore as it has transformed into a club exclusively for civil servants and their familiesNehru Park can be seen fully crowded with lots of groups with Picnic boxes with sporty environment all overNehru Park is on Panchsheel Mark and just in front of Ashoka Hotel in Chankyapuri Diplomatic Enclave regionThe Nehru Park has a beautiful collection of flowers, alluring little mounds and rocks emblazoned with the famous sayings of Nehru. Thus the park attracts people of all ages. Due to the pleasing and calm ambiance prevalent in the park, it has in recent times become popular with picnic goers as well as the young couples.The best part was that we really liked the way it was maintained. Quite clean and well maintained. Usually colors don't like these in India :)

Nehru Park is on Panchsheel Mark and just in front of Ashoka Hotel in Chankyapuri Diplomatic Enclave region.

Nehru Park in South Delhi, is large park situated in the Chanakyapuri Diplomatic Enclave of New Delhi. This park is actually named after India's first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. It's a beautiful place which is again quite popular among young couples during the day time. Let's have a quick Photo Journey from Nehru Place in Capital City of India.  Nehru Park is spread over an area of 80 acres and very close to the heart of the city... This is one of the beautiful parks in Delhi and very well maintained. Personally I love the way, it's created. There are various types of trees planted in different parts of the park and there are some beautiful elevations for kids to have more fun.The day when we visited the park, Delhi Jazz festival was going on and there was good security around the place. Some of the photographs from Delhi Jazz Festival 2012 at Nehru place can be checked at - http://phototravelings.blogspot.com/2012/03/delhi-jazz-festival-2012-by-indian.htmlDifferent types of people come to Nehru park with different motives - Joggers in morning, children to have some fun with their friends, Families for Picnic or general chit-chat, groups of school going kids to play different games etc. Many of the photographs in this Photo Journey are showing the way people spend some time at Nehru Park. Since most of the photographs are shot in evening, we are missing joggers and couples here.Cricket is something that can be experiences anywhere and everyday in India. Here is the moment of the day when we saw various groups playing cricket at Nehru Park.The park is one of the most famous landmarks of Delhi and a beautiful place to hang out during a sunny winter afternoon in Delhi. The pool, however, is not public anymore as it has transformed into a club exclusively for civil servants and their familiesNehru Park can be seen fully crowded with lots of groups with Picnic boxes with sporty environment all overNehru Park is on Panchsheel Mark and just in front of Ashoka Hotel in Chankyapuri Diplomatic Enclave regionThe Nehru Park has a beautiful collection of flowers, alluring little mounds and rocks emblazoned with the famous sayings of Nehru. Thus the park attracts people of all ages. Due to the pleasing and calm ambiance prevalent in the park, it has in recent times become popular with picnic goers as well as the young couples.The best part was that we really liked the way it was maintained. Quite clean and well maintained. Usually colors don't like these in India :)

The Nehru Park has a beautiful collection of flowers, alluring little mounds and rocks emblazoned with the famous sayings of Nehru. Thus the park attracts people of all ages. Due to the pleasing and calm ambiance prevalent in the park, it has in recent times become popular with picnic goers as well as the young couples.

Nehru Park in South Delhi, is large park situated in the Chanakyapuri Diplomatic Enclave of New Delhi. This park is actually named after India's first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. It's a beautiful place which is again quite popular among young couples during the day time. Let's have a quick Photo Journey from Nehru Place in Capital City of India.  Nehru Park is spread over an area of 80 acres and very close to the heart of the city... This is one of the beautiful parks in Delhi and very well maintained. Personally I love the way, it's created. There are various types of trees planted in different parts of the park and there are some beautiful elevations for kids to have more fun.The day when we visited the park, Delhi Jazz festival was going on and there was good security around the place. Some of the photographs from Delhi Jazz Festival 2012 at Nehru place can be checked at - http://phototravelings.blogspot.com/2012/03/delhi-jazz-festival-2012-by-indian.htmlDifferent types of people come to Nehru park with different motives - Joggers in morning, children to have some fun with their friends, Families for Picnic or general chit-chat, groups of school going kids to play different games etc. Many of the photographs in this Photo Journey are showing the way people spend some time at Nehru Park. Since most of the photographs are shot in evening, we are missing joggers and couples here.Cricket is something that can be experiences anywhere and everyday in India. Here is the moment of the day when we saw various groups playing cricket at Nehru Park.The park is one of the most famous landmarks of Delhi and a beautiful place to hang out during a sunny winter afternoon in Delhi. The pool, however, is not public anymore as it has transformed into a club exclusively for civil servants and their familiesNehru Park can be seen fully crowded with lots of groups with Picnic boxes with sporty environment all overNehru Park is on Panchsheel Mark and just in front of Ashoka Hotel in Chankyapuri Diplomatic Enclave regionThe Nehru Park has a beautiful collection of flowers, alluring little mounds and rocks emblazoned with the famous sayings of Nehru. Thus the park attracts people of all ages. Due to the pleasing and calm ambiance prevalent in the park, it has in recent times become popular with picnic goers as well as the young couples.The best part was that we really liked the way it was maintained. Quite clean and well maintained. Usually colors don't like these in India :)

The best part was that we really liked the way it was maintained. Quite clean and well maintained. Usually colors don't like these in India :)

Nehru Park in South Delhi, is large park situated in the Chanakyapuri Diplomatic Enclave of New Delhi. This park is actually named after India's first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. It's a beautiful place which is again quite popular among young couples during the day time. Let's have a quick Photo Journey from Nehru Place in Capital City of India.  Nehru Park is spread over an area of 80 acres and very close to the heart of the city... This is one of the beautiful parks in Delhi and very well maintained. Personally I love the way, it's created. There are various types of trees planted in different parts of the park and there are some beautiful elevations for kids to have more fun.The day when we visited the park, Delhi Jazz festival was going on and there was good security around the place. Some of the photographs from Delhi Jazz Festival 2012 at Nehru place can be checked at - http://phototravelings.blogspot.com/2012/03/delhi-jazz-festival-2012-by-indian.htmlDifferent types of people come to Nehru park with different motives - Joggers in morning, children to have some fun with their friends, Families for Picnic or general chit-chat, groups of school going kids to play different games etc. Many of the photographs in this Photo Journey are showing the way people spend some time at Nehru Park. Since most of the photographs are shot in evening, we are missing joggers and couples here.Cricket is something that can be experiences anywhere and everyday in India. Here is the moment of the day when we saw various groups playing cricket at Nehru Park.The park is one of the most famous landmarks of Delhi and a beautiful place to hang out during a sunny winter afternoon in Delhi. The pool, however, is not public anymore as it has transformed into a club exclusively for civil servants and their familiesNehru Park can be seen fully crowded with lots of groups with Picnic boxes with sporty environment all overNehru Park is on Panchsheel Mark and just in front of Ashoka Hotel in Chankyapuri Diplomatic Enclave regionThe Nehru Park has a beautiful collection of flowers, alluring little mounds and rocks emblazoned with the famous sayings of Nehru. Thus the park attracts people of all ages. Due to the pleasing and calm ambiance prevalent in the park, it has in recent times become popular with picnic goers as well as the young couples.The best part was that we really liked the way it was maintained. Quite clean and well maintained. Usually colors don't like these in India :)

Comments

*Dark Angel* said…
Just one word. WOW! I would really love to visit this place, looks picture perfect.
Just go once and do share your experience :)
nehru park is nice...have been there only a few times..but thats just coz its not so near from any of the places i stayed in delhi....

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