Actually interpreting to `kings way', Rajpath was constructed by the British to infringe and inspire.
It was expected to scare and drive home the focus that they were in-control. Indeed, today, when you make your far up on Raisina Hill, you let in the wanted effect that the British Empire was needing to take off.
Rajpath is the street that runs from National Stadium/india door towards Raisina Hill, past North and South Block and onto `rashtrapati bhavan'-which used to be the British Viceroys castle.
The Viceroy's royal residence now has the Presidet of India and his office, while the North and South Block house Government services and Military work places.
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