Sundara  Mahal lives up to its name, in its splendid Garden.

There is more to this Garden than the manicured Lawns, lush greenery and exotic flowers that meet the eyes on first sight.

It is home to a lot more species along with its human occupants. A vast number of birds – Parrots, Mynahs, Pigeons, Eagles, Malabar Hornbill, Owls; Rhesus Monkeys, Mammoth Moths,

Varieties of Butterflies, cats and Pedigree Dogs continue to find the surroundings secure to live with their mates and offsprings.

View from Sundara Mahal Garden The Yellow Bamboo Cluster

The Yellow Bamboo Cluster

View from Sundara Mahal Garden Passiflora Blue Flower

Passiflora - Blue Flower

View from Sundara Mahal Garden Passiflora Red Flower

Passiflora - Red Flower

View from Sundara Mahal Garden The Granary Exterior Landscape

The Ancestral Granary Landscpe

View from Sundara Maha Garden The Pink Hybrid Rose

“Won't you come into the garden? I would like my roses to see you.” ― Richard B. Sheridan

View from Sundara Mahal Garden The Red Hybrid Roses

“We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorns have roses.” ― Alphonse Karr

View from Sundara Mahal Garden The Yellow Hybrid Rose

“But he who dares not grasp the thorn, Should never crave the rose.” ― Anne Brontë

View from Sundara Mahal Garden The Light Purple Hybrid Rose

A rose by any other name would smell as sweet"- William Shakespeare

The Golden Retriever pup Dax meets Veda our daughter

Dax meets Veda

This is some organism who is yet to be identified authoritatively

No Idea who this is!

view the The Night Owl who is hard to capture in film

The Owl - Another resident

Seasonal visitor The Big MOTH

The Giant Moth - Seasonal Visitor

View of The Cat who is everywhere always in every background

This Cat is always on the move!

view of The Rabbit who lives and multiplies in the garden

The Jungle Rabbit who mows the Lawn.

The Kid Monkey and his tribe who are regular visitors

The Kid Monkey

View of the porcupine who lives with his family in the gardens of Sundara Mahal

This Porcupine leaves quills as Memorabilia!

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