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President Kovind’s inviting you to visit the Rashtrapati Bhavan. Don’t miss it!

  • Siddhant Ghatge
  • March 15, 2018
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We all have some time in our life wondered about the larger-than-life grandeur of the presidential house. It would be an overwhelming experience to visit the colossal structure that has been graced by top leaders of our country since its inception. Cognizant of the fact that Indians are so passionate about visiting the Rashtrapati Bhavan our President Ram Nath Kovind has opened the doors to his historic home and invited all Indians to visit the presidential house or what he calls ”embodiment of the Indian Republic.” Now the official seat of the Parliament will attract a humongous audience and in no time make it India’s top tourist attraction.

President Kovind invited all Indians to The official social-media page of the President of India recently shared a video that takes you on a virtual tour of the 340-room presidential mansion. ”I welcome you to visit Rashtrapati Bhavan, the embodiment of the Indian Republic. It belongs to all Indians. Do come and see it,” the post was captioned.

The 43-second video gives you a sneak-peek into various corners of the mansion, including Durbar Hall (where India’s first independent government was sworn in), a wonderfully decorated Ashoka Hall (where introductions for visiting foreign delegations by the Heads of Missions of foreign countries are held), the library, the state dining room, the south drawing room, thus leaving you awestruck with its sheer magnificence.

This isn’t the first time that the Rashtrapati Bhavan has been opened to tourists. What made the difference this time was President Kovind’s personal touch to the invitation.

Rashtrapati Bhavan is open to visitors four days in a week, which are Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, as mentioned in the video. There will be a nominal registration charge of Rs 50 will have to be paid by visitors above the age of eight. Also, one can also purchase souvenirs from the government’s online store and make their trip a memorable one.

The tickets need to be booked online before the visit at:

Below is a video of what’s in store for you:

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