Rashtrapati Bhavan, The Residence Of President India

Rashtrapati Bhavan History:

Rashtrapati Bhavan is very famous construction in modern days in India. Now it is one of the tourist destinations in New Delhi. There are many attractive visuals in Rashtrapati

rashtrapati bhavanBhavan. It occupied a prominent position in Indian heritage and culture. It constructed on a high basement and about 365 meters behind the Central Secretariat Buildings.

During the British rule:

During the British rule in India, it is the official residence of Viceroy and also called as Viceroy’s House. Now it is the official residence of India’s President. The famous architecture Lutynes designed the palace and completed in 1929 AD. While constructing of the palace, the authorities lavishly spent a lot of money without hesitation. Therefore the approximate amount was nearly 8,77,136 Pounds. The palace is very magnificent and has many stairways and apartments. Here the main attraction is the great durbar hall, which is now the place for celebrating many important events. There are many noble courts and a great magnificent dome, which is an attractive thing in the palace.

Size of the Palace:

However the Palace is 192 meters wide and 161.5 meters deep. The total area of the palace nearly 19549 sq. Meters and the court nearly 183 meters in breadth and 396 meters in length. There is no doubt; the palace is one of the largest palaces in the world. The portico of the palace has twelve pillars and each 9.14 meters high. The entrance is on the east front and the steps lead to the twelve pillars.

Rashtrapati Bhavan Durbar Hall:

rashtrapati bhavanThe Durbar Hall is in domed structure and straight ahead the entrance. When entered into the palace the floor the floor is very impressive with artistic design due to the Italian Rosso portico framed in white with black marble borders. The floor polished as a mirror reflection. The banquets are very spacious with comfortable space. The another impressive things are the dining room and we can see many thousands of books in the library of Rashtrapathi Bhavan. The Italian chandeliers in the night made us astonish, the reflection of the chandeliers on the floor enrich the beauty of the palace. The very popular Mughal Garden raised on the Western side of the palace. The staff quarters constructed behind the garden.

Rashtrapati Bhavan Rooms and Furniture:

The other attractive thing in Rashtrapati Bhavan is furniture. The Palace furnished in the Western styles. Now some of the changes are occurring in the furniture according to the tradition and culture of India. During the period of Dr. Rajendra Prasad as the President of India, he suggested some changes resemble the Palace according to the Tradition of India. Now the guest rooms have been renovated. The room now represents the culture and tradition of different states of India. Every material in the Palace such are curtains, carpets, furniture and mantelpieces show important of culture and tradition of each individual state. So Rashtrapati Bhavan is a symbol of Indian tradition and culture.

Inside of Rashtrapati Bhavan:

The rooms in Rashtrapati Bhavan are very wide and comfort. The rooms also divided into two groups, some rooms for President’s family members for residential purposes. Some other rooms used as offices for the Government of India and for President’s secretariat. Some of the rooms used for conferences and other official ceremonies. Indeed Rashtrapati Bhavan is one of the remarkable building which has many attractions to impress the tourists, foreign delegates, and cultural lovers.