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Rashtrapati Bhawan India's Largest Property Portal RASHTRAPATI BHAWAN India's most expensive official residence, the Rashtrapti Bhawan was built in 1929 by british architect Edwin Lutyens. It is one of the most magnificent landmarks of India's architectural history. Meant to be the Viceroy's abode, it was built to show off None of the Presidents have ever occupied the original Viceroy's quarter as the quarter was considered too lavish to live in. The design for it's dome was inspired by the World famous colonial grandeur. Post independence, it was renamed Rashtrapati Bhawan. Pantheon of Rome that was built in 126 AD! Did you know that there are.. 360 Rooms 18 Staircases 2.4 Kms Corridor 37 Fountains Polo Ground Cricket Field Golf Course 9 Tennis Court Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, the former President of India, had a 'Thinking Hut' built in the premises which was demolished after his tenure. 300 families were evicted under the Land Acquisition Act 4000 hectares of land was cleared to build The Rashtrapati Bhawan The Cost Factor Construction Cost in 1929 1.4 Crores Current Valuation 17000 Crores Yearly Maintenance 100 Crores General public is not allowed inside the Rashtrapati Bhawan but you can take a tour of the premises by paying Rs 25

Rashtrapati Bhawan

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0 comments shares with you interesting facts about the Rashtrapati Bhawan, which is the residence of President of India. The official residence of the head of state, it was constructed in 1929 by not...


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