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Company Bagh ( East India Company ), Queen's Garden ( after 1858 )and Nehru Garden ( after Independence ) Company Bagh's shady trees have been replaced by various cemented structures.
So nice to see old places again....I walked in this Bagh with my dad a few times....it used to be like a picnic to go from Dokoha by a Tonga to Company Bagh...the whole family used to spend the day there....it was in 1945/46.
so mr zubair whr r u now
i hv been to company bagh wen i ws in 6th.. at dat me n ma bro were realy bry amused to c d train vich is cemented..n v kept on w8in 4 long to have a ride on swing.. dese all r vry beautiful memories..
It is nostalgic to see and try to recall old places of the city of my birth. The Company Bagh was where, I remember, my maternal uncle Ejaz Ahmad would sometime go to play cricket when he would come to his hometown on short visits from New Delhi. He played first class cricket for Delhi and UP-CP combined Eleven. His friends were Lala Amar Nath and his next door neighbours Wazir Ali Nazir Ali brothers.Though I haven't been so lucky, but my elder brother, the late Hameed did visit his birth place way back in '83 and was honoured by the old headmaster-owner who, though old, was still dedicatedly running the excellent school where our education had started.
This is a nice place , now it has completly renovated and is much better!!!!
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