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Rashtrapati Bhavan

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Rashtrapati Bhavan

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Rajpath, New Delhi 110004 India
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See India's most famous monument, the Taj Mahal, and have time left over to check out the Mughal-era Agra Fort and the white-marble "Baby Taj" on this full-day trip from Delhi; you even have your own driver to pick you up in Delhi and take you back at the end of your visit plus a tour guide in Agra who is on hand to guide you through the city.
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NOMADIC TOURIST wrote a review Dec. 2020
India66 contributions
1. Rashtrapati Bhavan is home to the President and Various ministries in India. 2. Rashtrapati Bhavan is easily accessible from the India Gate and a must-do for travelers. 3. The place is well maintained and organized and highly secured. 4. Must visit to see the beauty of Indian government residence and host of ministries. 5. Best suited for short visits in day trips. 6. Pro Tip - Beware of overcharging for local transport.
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Date of experience: February 2020
mikey2846 wrote a review Aug. 2020
London, United Kingdom158 contributions57 helpful votes
having visited Delhi previously and had an argument with the tour guide as to whether you could access the building i was determined to return and bought him a ticket just to prove the point!. it rather says much about how the building is marketed that even some of the tour guides don't know how to access it. The building is stunning and well worth visiting even to see the small number of rooms on the guided tour. I won't give a history lesson you can read all about it in more eloquent terms than mine, what I will say is that the booking system is a nightmare hence the deduction of a star. the tickets are not released that early so don't dispair if you are told there is no availability, just keep trying. I ended up buying the tickets twice as the system told me it had failed the first time but at approx 50p a ticket it wasn't relevant. The mughal gardens are also worth the visit - even if you are guided via the boring herb garden! This really should be on a tour itinery as an absolute must in Delhi - be prepared for a little over enthusiastic security - I had my passort checked five times but that said there was no aggression or hostility and the setting and design are a must see
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Date of experience: February 2020
SAROJ8585 wrote a review May 2020
Bokaro Steel City, India1,467 contributions58 helpful votes
The Rastrapati bhavan is the official home of the president of India located at the western end of Rajpath.It was formerly known as viceroys house.Everyyear on republic day the president of India hoists nationa flag here and a parade is organized.The area of rastrapati bhavan complex is very big.The mughal garden,museum ,clock tower etc. are the main attractions of rastrapati bhavan.
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Date of experience: May 2019
Gl0balCitizen2013 wrote a review May 2020
United Kingdom2,845 contributions330 helpful votes
Rashtrapati Bhavan is the secret gem of New Delhi. I had no idea one could visit Rashtrapati Bhavan inside, but when I discovered that one could, I prioritised visiting it, rather than other New Delhi attractions.You have to book the tickets online and it includes a guided tour of the building and entry into the museums. Photography is not allowed inside the building and security is tight. If you are visiting by car, please keep your RB ticket handy and tell the guards that you are a visitor. We were shooed away, most aggressively. And after we disembarked & sent our car away, were told by another guard that we could take the car inside and the parking was inside the complex! So, we had to wait for our car to come back and then we went inside the building and parked inside. We saw peacocks and monkeys on the grounds. We could take some pictures of the outside portico, but inside we had to deposit all our belongings, including phones. We had a real buzz from the tour and saw the hall, where the President gives the highest awards of India, the grand hall, with the murals on the ceiling, some amazing artefacts from the great Darbar, a thousand headed Buddha sculpture from Vietnam and the State Banquet rooms. The Rashtrapati Bhavan Museums were also wonderful - one can spend hours inside. For me, the most wonderful exhibits were the veena of President Kalam and his notebooks, along with the medals like the Bharat Ratna. Also, there is this unique opportunity to get a truly amazing personalised souvenir, whereby, you can get your own personalised stamps, with your face, along with the logo of Indian Army/Navy/Airforce. What is amazing is that the stamp actually works- if you deliver a letter or postcard with your own stamp, it does get delivered! I tried it and it really works! Every Indian should visit Rashtrapati Bhavan, especially the Museums, which have the Ashoka Chakra, the Constitution of India and other such historic things. We could not explore everything in the museums, so give yourself plenty of time, when you visit.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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sanjayvora45 wrote a review Apr. 2020
Ahmedabad, India617 contributions83 helpful votes
Rashtrapati bhavan is a splendid, majestic and grand building constructed by british in the year 1912. It has total 340 rooms, large open space and staff quarters inside the complex. It is probably the largest residence of any head of state in the world. Mughal garden in the backside where general public are allowed during certain period of the year. I got only glimpse from the outside.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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