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Central Secretariat
 

The British who shifted the capital of the country from old Delhi to New Delhi built the present Rakshtrapati Bhavan and the adjoining 2 blocks. In 1929-30, the secretariat buildings were completed. Designed by Sir Herbert Baker, it consist of the 2 blocks, North and South. Each block is surrounded by a dome which is 217 feet high. In the building, architecture has combined the best features of English school of architecture and the dedicate traditional Indian forms.


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  By :  richa smiley
  Jun 16, 2010 12:18:59 PM | delhi Reply to this Comment/ Review
 
it is very good place
   
 
  By :  Raji smiley
  Oct 23, 2014 5:59:55 PM | Kochi
 
yes indeed...this place is really cool. The area is at par with international stds. The buildings, roads and the greenery is spectacular.. Proud to be an Indian