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Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
One of the largest presidential residences in the world, Rashtrapati Bhavan serves as the official home of the president of India. A 130 hectare (320 acre) sprawling estate opened in 1929, the site stands as a classic example of Indian architecture at its best. The first stop on your approach will be the Jaipur Column, a bronze lotus flower designed by the same British architect who created the surrounding elephant carvings and cobra fountains. Inside the mansion, 340 halls, offices, and private quarters provide enough space for many employees, guests, and residents. The adjacent presidential gardens serve as a pristine outdoor sanctuary, designed in the Persian style. Check the official website to book your visit and find the garden's opening dates. Take a look at our New Delhi itinerary builder to schedule your visit to Rashtrapati Bhavan and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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We went there with our guide and driver and it was so good to be there in the morning as it not so hot although the rays of the sun were quite hot.
Rashtrapati bhavan is the residence an office of the President if India. There are 3 tours all Fri to Sun, and can be booked online. We did not get Tour1, the main building and rooms, so booked Tour3 ... read more »
Young Hee G
특별한 감동은 잘 모르겠다. 대통령궁이라는 것밖에, 들어갈수도 없고, 통행도 제한되어 있어서 관람을 했다고 할수없고, 쳐다만 봤다는거.Special touches as well. Could not get out of that, the Presidential Palace, passage is also restricted and only look at the MPAA cannot, that I saw.show original
Almost the whole area is cordoned off. You cannot go much near still it is a site to see. Huge place spread vastly. Every indian looking type of person taking lots of pics is supposed to be a terrorist. So be cautious. You can just pass by being in your car. You can't stop your vehicle. It has many blocks all are an art in themselves.
Beautiful jitna tarif karo utni kam
Gardens are good. Nothing much apart from that. Lot of restrictions (obviously). Be prepared to walk a lot. Outside food not allowed. Water allowed. No food, water available inside.
This is a beautiful place with beautiful flowers & beautiful surroundings. Built on the pattern of Mughal Gardens. it's only open for general public in the month of February and March. Must visit the place if you are in Delhi in the month of feb or march. Mobile,cameras,car remote key are not allowed in the garden.
Jawab nahi mere desh ka im indian
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