The Shalimar Gardens, constructed by Shah Jahan in 1641 is a Mughal garden, layering Persian influences over Mughal artistic expression. The Mughal garden is characterized by enclosing walls, strait layout of paths and features, and large expanses of flowing water. The Shalimar Gardens cover 16 hectares and is arranged in three terraces descending from the south to the north.
Again received this nice card with beautiful stamps from Cheema. Thank you very much.
Stamp 1992- Fauna - Water Birds
Stamp 2017- International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development
Date of Inscription: 1981