President House

Rashtrapati Bhawan (President house of India)

Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi is the permanent residential house of the President of India and was built by Lutyen’s during the British rule of India. The location is on the western end of Rajpath in New Delhi and was the official residence of Viceroy’s house with three rooms and the main building covered 5 acres on an estate of 330 acres. It is one of the largest residences for any state of the world. The majestic piece or the architectural marvel has many sections or blocks with as many as 340 rooms which includes President’s official residence and it includes reception halls along with the guest rooms and offices with a huge presidential garden called the Mughal garden and the certain section of the Rashtrapati bhavan Mughal garden is open for the general public for a certain section of month during the spring season.

There is a museum inside the bhavan which was recently incorporated and was inaugurated by former President Mr. Pranab Mukherjee and one could get educated about various details of the lives of earlier presidents. Reaching the Rastrapati Bhavan needs a long procedure and one has to put online application along with citing the reason or the purpose of visit.

Rashtrapati Bhawan (President house of India): Rashtrapati Bhawan, the official residence of the President of India, is a grand edifice in New Delhi spread over a 200,000 square feet area. With four storeys and 340 rooms, this magnificent architectural splendour has attract almost every tourist who comes to visit Delhi. Apart from its historic importance, Rashtrapati Bhawan is also famous for its beautiful gardens.
General public can visit Rashtrapati Bhavan's Central Lawn, Ashok Hall, Museum Complex and Mughal Gardens.

Sansad Bhawan (Parliament House of India): The epitome of Indian Democracy, Sansad Bhawan or the Parliament House, was inaugurated in 1927 and was designed jointly by Herbert Baker and Edwin Lutyens. The circular architectural delight draws tourists from various parts of India as well as foreign nations. Located to the northern side of Rajpath, the Parliament Street is very well connected by public transport. If you wish to witness and experience live sessions in the parliament, you need a permission letter from the reception counter at Raisina Road. Foreign nationals need an introductory letter from their respective embassies.

Official Residence: President of India

Construction Started: 1912.

Construction Completed: 1929.

Architects: Edwin Lutyens.

Weather Temperature:-

Months Temp. Jan Feb March April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
Average Low (℃) 7.6 10.1 15.3 21.6 25.9 27.8 26.8 26.3 24.7 19.6 13.2 8.5
Average High (℃) 21.0 23.5 29.2 36.0 39.2 38.8 34.7 33.6 34.2 33.0 28.3 22.9

Visit Information:-

Location: President House of the India

Change of Guard Ceremony Days: Every Saturday and Sunday

Change of Guard Ceremony Timings:

On Saturday

10.00 am to 10.40 pm : 15 Nov to 14 March

8.00 am to 08.40 pm : 15 March to 14 Nov

On Sunday

4.30 pm to 5.10 pm : 15 Nov to 14 March

5.30 pm to 6.40 pm : 15 March to 14 Nov

Distance From:-

IGI and Palam Airport: 11.0 KM

New Delhi RLY Station:4.5 KM

Old Delhi RLY Station: 12.4 KM

Nizamuddin RLY Station: 7.9 KM

Anand Vihar RLY Station: 15.8 KM