About Rashtrapati Bhawan- Official Residence of Crowned Heads
Being the architecture of India, the Rashtrapati Bhawan is a felicitous glory of the British realm. It is the heartthrob of the capital, New Delhi, with vicinity sprawled over an area of 5 acres. A true treat for your eyes, its structural designing is a mix of both Mughali and western designing and therefore chosen as the official residence of the Indian President. Being an Indian you will feel proud on this everlasting country's achievement, and as a tourist you will certainly not regret after watching it. It is so because it has 300 rooms that resembles a palatial mansion, designing done by the British architect, Sir Edwin Lutyens, and is bigger than the Palace of Versailles that surely leaves all eyes bewildered. Formerly known as Viceroy of House, the Rashtrapati Bhawan personifies color, harmony and discipline. The grandness of its Ashok Hall, Durbar Hall and the huge Dining hall perfectly includes it in the listing of vital places of tourist interest. It also houses Lok Sabha House of People, Rajya People, Rajya Sabha Council of States and the erstwhile Library Hall formerly the Princes Chamber. Do not skip to notice the notable cornice or chajja, a Mughal device with classic touch. To the west, you may be caught by a tremendous Mughal garden unveiled for public eyes. And the most delighted part includes The State Drawing Room, The State Ballroom, The State Library, The State Dining Room, The Private Apartments, all are just out of this world to enhance its pomp and glory.