This garden is big and we didn't see it all - it gets warm quickly for Europeans in Chennai in June, even in the early morning. We were there as soon as the garden opens, 8:30, and walked to the big Banyan tree, and around it. There are so many plants to be admired, birds to be seen, butterflies to be watched that you will sit on every bench there is anyway to admire everything within your view. It exudes a contemplative quiet. The fire trees give it a touch of colour among all the greenery, a building here and there with a commemorative plaque that takes you back to the times when philosophers spoke here - and one can really feel Tagore walking the grounds somehow. If you love plants and trees and peaceful moments this is the place to spend time in Chennai
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