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All reviewsguided tourscottish baronial styleopen to the publicthree roomsindian institute of advanced studiesentrance hallinside the buildingbeautiful buildingfire stationindian historyhistorical eventssummer residencebritish viceroybritish rulebritish architecturegreat historymust visit place
well the building used to be called the viceregal lodge when it housed the viceroy of India...it has since been converted into the rashtrapati niwas and finally into the indian istitute of advanced studies in 1964...well maintained with beautiful garden surrounding it...
This is the Institute of Advanced Studies, once used as summer house for the Viceroys of India, then the President of India, until it was donated for Advanced Studies. Mesmerising architecture and lawns!
We walked all the way from our hotel, it was a pleasant walk but a little busy towards the end. The grounds and gardens were very nice and made the trip worth it, it was too busy to go into the lodge unfortunately but we...More
Viceregal lodge also known as advance study was actually built in 1884 as a home for viceroy of India. It was designed by Henry Irwin an architect in PWD at that time. It was built on observatory hill, one of the the seven hills that...More
A Regal building which used to be summer residence of Viceroy of British India . Well manicured and spacious lawns give a beautiful place to relax in sunshine . Inside carvings on wood are of fine and intricate designs . The place is an Institute...More
Used to home of vice Roy during the British summer capital. Rich in class and architecture, great wooden work not possible now. Stone work too awesome. Awesome gardens and trees spread in acres. Peaceful serene atomsphere great place to meditate.
Now university research facility with large library. Beautiful gardens to walk round. Organised tours inside with historical photos of events that took place. The wooden paneling and carvings inside are in superb condition.cannot go upstairs as residential for students but main public rooms from the...More
liked the place and liked the lawn. it says how noncommunal India was. and how good nation India were during the startup, speaks about the richness and diversity of India. there is a guided trip, which shows only a few rooms here but rich with...More