We all are aware of the history of this place, but very few knows about the tour available for exploring this place.. One must experience this olace thoroughly.
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This beautiful building with the massive domes stands out in an area of government building in Delhi. However, I learned that it is often used to entertain visiting heads of state such as firmer President Obama. Visitors may have limited time to visit this area,...More
PRIDE MOMENTS for every Indians to visit RASHTRAPTATI BHAVAN. Online Registration is needed early to visit this place with 50 rs per person. We got visiting time 9.00 am we r lucky because at that time we sawguard of honour ceremony ...It was much proud...More
Visited the President and it was ethereal. The staff, the food, the building, statues, art. Everything was amazing. Highly recommend going. The main building is stunning. Though please make sure you match the prerequisites as we had a planned meeting, it was smooth.
Very few places in this world exhibit such magnificence, but at what cost ! No doubt Colonial Britain reasoned it did not matter ! Book well in advance on the website. Prepare yourself for the security checks. Taxis are allowed to nearby entry point. Great...More
Guess my niece and I were too naive to think that public would be allowed inside the Rashtrapathi bhavan !! :) The special security gentleman at the security check was nice enough to tell us gently that a Member of Parliament's recommendation letter is required...More
Its Great pleasure to visit inside the palace. it was built for the official head of British rulers and on the highest land of the delhi. many monuments are there inside . also it has museum attached with it. change of gurd happend on each...More
By far, the greatest architecture in Delhi dating back to the early 1900's. The building is so impressive that it will leave you spell bounded. A walk around is a must
The Rashtrapati Bhavan is a beautifully curated piece of architecture which shows you the magnanimous of the British Era. A palace built for the Royal Family in the heart of Delhi, has one of the best lawns surrounding the building. A glance at the place...More