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I made a reservation for all the four circuits inside Rashtapati Bhawan that were permitted.We went to Delhi during Udayanotsav and the entry to the Mughal Gardens was free of cost.But let me give you a tip ,i was not aware of the vastness of...More
This group of buildings houses the government officials of India. The ministry of home affairs, finance, defence, external affairs, as well as the prime minster, cabinet staff and the presidents house are all located in this block. The architecture of the buildings is a mixture...More
Edwin Lutyens succeeded in his desire to make Rashtrapati the focal point of the British New Delhi. Sitting on top of Raisina Hill, it is stunning! Due to security, you’ll have to admire it from a distance. A small area blocked off in the middle...More
For three years I have battled with the extremely difficult website to try and book tickets for Circuit 1. I also sent e-mails to the contact given on the website without so much as an acknowledgement let alone a response. This year I was able...More
They have really tight security which is reasonable considering the density of politicians and important people visiting the place on a daily basis.
However the hassle is worth the wait since visiting this place is a great experience!
Response from savithakarthik | Reviewed this property |
No.We are not allowed to take pictures inside the Building during the guided tour.Till reception you can take pictures.Camera can be brought and before the guided tour begins you will have to deposit it at the counter.
Response from AmolakRattanK | Reviewed this property |
You should not carry any eatables with you. Security is very tight. There are many eatable places about three kilometers at Connaught Place, There are Govt canteen in North block and South Block, but they are closed on... More
You should not carry any eatables with you. Security is very tight. There are many eatable places about three kilometers at Connaught Place, There are Govt canteen in North block and South Block, but they are closed on holidays and on week days you need permission to go into which you cannot do unless someone senoir working there can organize.
Governor Amolak Rattan Kohli