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When I was a child, Cactus was my biggest depression. I used to see them as –ugly, useless, ferocious plants born to create troubles with their kantaks (thorns). This hiatus with cactus deepened when one unlucky day I was forced to jump over them by one bad friend. He pushed me and I fell over a group of two high rising Cactus brothers. The outcome was not severe-I got little injury in the hands and body which was cured by Boronil. I didn’t spare that friend-I too pushed him to an even bigger cactus family. Anyways, since then, I used to stay ten miles away from Cactus. But, I never thought one day I wouldn’t remain anti-cactus anymore. Actually, a few months back on a corporate trip, I was in Panchkula. Some of my colleagues insisted me to visit a garden festival in the city (ek sundar fulo ka mela, as they called it). I had to no problem with flowers, so I accompanied them and was surprised to see that the festival was celebrating my enemy Cactus. I urged my colleagues to go back, but no one agreed. With no help, I followed them with tension. But when I returned, I discovered Cactus is not that bad any longer. The garden has been thoughtfully decorated and perfectly manicured with detail attention to keep the Cactus alive, improved and rejuvenating. They said over 2500 popular and rare variety of cacti and succulents are available here. New collections are added regularly. This was again the first time that I discovered Cactus could be creative as well. I saw some rare variety of Cactus which are less thorny but rounded in adorable shapes, you see and say ‘Wow’. Later, I was surprised to know that it’s Asia's largest outdoor landscaped cacti and Succulents (as you guys mentioned it on editor’s note). The garden is perfectly managed by trained staff. With such a U-Turn experience about Cactus in this garden, I am looking forward to revisit it once more if I happen to be at Panchkula. Would recommend everyone to visit it, especially those who are affected by Cactus.