It is very well built and is a must watch with family as it is this place where the president resides.
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The scene was very different from what we see in TV .No hustle bustle activities....the travel was by taxi...very comfortable and nominal charges.
We could relish the beauty by standing outside the gates only, as they did not allow us inside. The place is mighty and kept neat. The rose garden is really beautiful
This is a palatial home of the in-name-only leader of the Indian government. The president is basically a figurehead with not much say in what happens in India (that falls to the Prime Minister), but, for the president's trouble her gets to live in this...More
Rashtrapati Bhavan ca be seen only from a distance .The garden of Rashtrapati Bhavan is open for public during February.
Rashtrapati Bhawan is the best place to visit for a view of Indian history and British architecture. It is centrally located but the entry to it is restricted. Its Mougel Gardens are famous for its beautiful flowers . It is open for public viewing for...More
i wish i had the great opportunity to visit indoors and witness the beauty of this place because i only had a look from the outside and it felt that it must be even more beautiful indoors
Bang opp the india gate ..the presence is unmissable . Where the govt proceedings takes place .it is mammoth and looks beautiful in the wee hours of morning .of course ;u can't enter it ..but it's nice in its silence and royal presence ..stand outside...More
Even though we only saw the structure from the outside, the building was a testament to how the British Empire positioned themselves to rule over India- Bold and Powerful. There are a lot of gardens around and it is a nice resting spot but I...More
Without being able to view the interior of the presidential palace I thought I might be disappointed, but the staggering grandeur of Sir Edwin Lutyen's design for New Delhi is quite overwhelming, and anchors the Indian capital.