This was my favourite place we visited in Delhi. The architecture was amazing and the symmetry was unbelievable. Would have stayed longer but was a little rushed by guide.
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the symmetry of these buildings is pretty impressive - the two main buildings are like mirror images and even the ornamental pillars with the black ships atop fit into the symmetry. Usual opulence that you find for parliaments across the world - hopefully not as...More
Visited the parliament buildings as part of a Delhi tour. Interesting as the military were out practicing fro the Republic day celebrations.
One of the very prominent buildings in Dew Delhi is the parliament house. This is where the Parliament meets for house business. It has expanded to house other amenities
The architecture of the Indian Parliament is impressive and has history dating back to British era. It houses both the lower and upper house. Though this isn’t a tourist place, entry for common people is not allowed and is heavily guarded still a look from...More
Not far from the India gate is the parliment of India buildings. Parliment house is a nice architectural building and there are many other political buildings and nice gardens and fountains nearby to be viewed
The Parliament and surrounding buildings sit in an area of broad boulevards and expensive views in New Delhi, where they were built as an administrative district for the British Raj. Along with the India Gate archway at the other end of this long, broad road,...More