Hanging Gardens, also known as Ferozeshah Mehta Gardens, are situated on the western side of the Malabar Hills. Built in 1880, these gardens are named after the famous lawyer, Ferozeshah Mehta, who is also the father of Mumbai's Municipal Charter. These terraced gardens located just opposite Kamla Nehru Park.Hanging Gardens are built on a water reservoir, which provides drinking water to the locals.It also has a wooden shoe house slide for recreation of children. These gardens typify the green and peaceful side of Mumbai and place for enjoying the sunset at Arabian Sea.The lush green Hanging garden is a nice break from the hum drum of city life. The hedges in the garden are cut in the shape of animals giving it a unique look. The flower clock of the garden is one of its main attractions.
Human beings can't smell or taste a substance that is not soluble. On a dry tongue, sugar has no taste. In a dry nose, the smell of a flower would not be noticed. Anything to be smelled must float in the air.