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Lutyen's Imperial

Lutyen's Imperial

Delhi is the wonderful city that encapsulates India at its best. The imperial past of Delhi has left several expressions across its canvas in India. Designed by a British Officer, Lutyens, the several buildings-cum-monuments have now become major landmarks of the city.

Named after the famous British architect Edwin Lutyens, Lutyens' Delhi is an important area in the capital city. The architect was mainly responsible for most of the architectural design when India was a part of the British Empire. Lutyens devised the central administrative strategy of the city.

Amidst the city lies the imposing President's House or Rashtrapathi Bhwan. Situated atop the Raisina Hill, it was previously known as the Viceroy's House. The Rajpath, also referred to as King's Way, links India Gate to Rashtrapati Bhawan.

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The Secretariat that houses different ministries of the Government of India are near the Rashtrapati Bhawan. It was designed by Herbert Baker. He also designed the Parliament House, situated on the Sansad Marg that runs next to the Rajpath. Other architects designed several other buildings like the Anglican as well as Catholic cathedrals. Among all, the Lutyen structures especially symbolize sign of Delhi's imperial past.

Mark your presence in the poshest address in town with a visit to Lutyen's Imperial!



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