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Chandigarh is a well planned city, Endowed with magnificent backdrop of the Shivaliks, sparkling gardens, is one of the most beautiful and glamorous cities of India. With its lush green surroundings, blooming gardens, shady trees, wide roads, excellent communications and the most charming people, the city surely stands up to its name as the City Beautiful.

Chandigarh was conceived as the first planned city of independent India in the early 1950s. Declared the common capital of the neighbouring states of Punjab and Haryana, Natural beauty coupled with a multicultural population has given rise to an impressive line-up of gardens, galleries, museums complimented by some outstanding architecture.

It boasts of broad boulevards, parks and lawns, a beautiful lake and is fast developing as a third home for the Information Technology industry after Bangalore and Hyderabad.

Average temperature

The temperature in summer may rise to a maximum of 46.5C. Temperatures generally remain between 35 C to 42 C.

In autumn, the temperature may rise to a maximum of 36 C. Temperatures usually remain between 16 to 27 in autumn. The minimum temperature is around 13 C.

Winters are quite cool and it can sometimes get quite chilly in Chandigarh. Average temperatures in winter (November to February) remain at (max) 7 C to 20 C and (min) 0 C to 5 C.

The climate remains quite pleasant during the spring season. Temperatures vary between (max) 16 C to 25 C and (min) 9 C to 18 C.

Gardens: Chandigarh

  • Rose Garden, Sector 16

  • Bougenvilla Garden, Sector 3

  • Japanese Garden, Sector 16

  • Topiary Garden, Sector 35

  • Fragrance Garden, Sector 36

  • Leisure Valley, Sector 10

  • Musical Fountain Park, Sector 33

  • Sukhna Lake Park, Sector 6

  • Cactus Garden, Panchkula

  • Rock Garden, Sector 1

  • Rajendra Park, Sector 1

  • Silvi Park, Phase 10 Mohali

  • Botanical Garden, Lahora Khuda

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