LODI GARDENS, NEW DELHI, INDIA.
90 acres of nature therapy.
Quacking noisily over a handful of seeds, after an early morning swim, a badelynge bicker and banter under a canopy of green sprinkled with a delicious shower of sunlight, steps ahead of the cool waters of a rich algae lined artificial lake. Among the species listed as resident birds, the mixed members of the Anatidae family routinely waddle across the half submerged shorelines on webbed feet healing senses and bringing about a change in mood.
For a bit of the good old nature therapy, the sprawling 90 acres Lodi Gardens definitely is no quack.