Chashme Shahi Garden, signifying 'The Royal Spring', is arranged at the foothills of Zabarwan Mountains in Srinagar. This garden is the littlest among the three Mughal Gardens in the city. Shah Jahan – the Mughal head – got this garden laid under his watch in 1632. It has a few normal springs found by a worshipped female holy person Rupa Bhawani, who was otherwise called Sahibi. In her respect, the garden was at first named as Chashme Sahibi.
The highlight of Chashme Shahi Garden is its characteristic spring of freshwater, which has mineral substance. There are three terraced developments in the garden, which are covered with lavish greenery and spotted with beautiful blooms. A few wellsprings and waterfalls embellish the verdant scene of this garden. It is fixed with various trees of Chinar and distinctive organic products, which add to its beautiful charm. This wonderfully laid garden has a photo consummate scene that offers a few vistas to catch in the camera. Etched wellsprings, normal springs, waterfalls and vivid blossoms improve its magnificence and draw in guests to click a few photos.