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This British Raj era building, office of many government officials and ministers was build in early 19 century to function as power house after the Britishers shifted the capital to Delhi. Impressive, imposing white building.
I walked out of the hotel grounds onto the streets of New Delhi, and immediately realised everything was on a bigger scale than I had thought. Walked along wide, straight avenues with very little to see on either side of them, through a number of...More
British government shifted their capital from Calcutta (now Kolkata) to Delhi, at Civil Lines. This building was designed by Er. Montague Thomas and was completed in 1912. The Last Legislative Assembly in Calcutta was held in 1911 and thereafter it was held on 27-January, 1913...More