Rasthrapati Bhavan

Known as “King’s Way,” Rajpath is the most important road in India because it is littered with governmental buildings including the parliament house of India. The road runs from Rashtrapati Bhavan to the National Stadium and has a lovely floral view with several lawns, trees, and ponds found along the sides.
However, the most delight full of views is the sight of Rashtrapati Bhavan, which is now the official residence of the President of India (before India’s independence it was known as the viceroy’s residence).
Rashtrapati Bhavan’s is a majestic and grand palace that some have argued is larger than Versailles.

Opening hours: By appointment; gardens open daily 0900-1600 (Feb-Mar).

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