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Parliament House

Parliament House  
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Parliament House or Sansad Bhavan

is the world’s largest democracy situated in New Delhi. Important center for two Legislatures - Lok Sabha & Rajya Sabha..


City:                     New Delhi

Architecture:             Herbert Baker

Year of Establishment: 1921

Attractions:       House of elected Leaders

Location: Sansad Marg, Near Connaught Place

Preferred Timings:People can visit this place throughout the year (special permission is required)

Entry Fee:   No entry fee (Free)

   Nearest Railway Station: New Delhi Railway Station

Nearest Metro Station: Central Secretariat


Parliament House or Sansad Bhavan

is the center of world’s largest democracy situated at the heart of India’s capital city New Delhi. In fact, it is the house of two most important Legislatures i.e. Lok Sabha & Rajya Sabha.

Parliament House

The mansion Parliament, located at the north end of Sansad Marg or Parliament Street, north-west of the Vijay Chowk is one of the favorite places of attraction for the tourists whether they are Indian or came from abroad. However, to visit this place, a prior permission is required and if the visitors are foreigner, in such a condition, they required to take permission from their respective embassies.

The interesting things to see at this place are – of course, the building, which is designed very nicely, the interior design, paintings and portraits of famous personalities adhered with the huge walls. Besides, visitors also take interest in watching the parliament session where parliamentarians sit together and discuss the national problems, plans, policies and other issues of such kind.

Parliament House Inside View


With the huge and spherical construction, the Parliament House consists - three semi-circular chambers (where all the Legislatures sit) and a Central Library. The Central Library is crowned by a 27.4 m high dome. This is very huge dome with the diameter of 173 m and covers 2.02 hectares area.

The edifice was designed by Herbert Baker, a well-known architect of early 19th century; however, the foundation stone was laid by the Duke of Connaught in the year 1921. Initially, the three semi-circular areas had been designed for the Chamber of Princes, the Council of State and the Legislative Assembly. But after the independence, all these structures transformed into the Lok Sabha (House of the People), Rajya Sabha (Upper House) and the library. The boundary walls have blocks of sandstone fixed in geometrical patterns that resembles the Mughal jalis.

In addition, the park area around the parliament is well maintained and has several varieties of flowering plants and show plants, which also attract people equally.

Nearby Attractions Rashtrapati Bhavan, India Gate, Hanuman Mandir, Jantar Mantar, and Gurudwara Bangla Sahib.

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Rashtrapati Bhavan Red Fort Salimgarh Fort Shanti Van
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