Delhi Parliament House
Located in the national capital, New Delhi the Parliament house also known as the “Sansad Bhawan “ is the highest legislative and authoritative and admistrative body of India. It is the symbol of the modern Indian democracy. It was designed by Herbert Baker, along with Lutyen. Initially known as the Council House, it is located in the northwest of Vijay-Chowk, at the end of the Parliament Street beside the Secretariats. Spread in vast area of 2.02 hectares of land, The Parliament House or Sansad Bhawan is a circular structure building standing with support of around 144 pillars with spaciously broad corridor and dome on top inspired by the stupas. It was built from red sandstone and is surrounded with lush green courtyards and beautiful carved out water fountains.
The Parliament House of New Delhi is the Legislative Assembly that has two houses: Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. All the decisions of the country are taken here before it becomes an approved law for the people of India. It is the most guarded building of the country for the utmost security reasons and thus a special official written permission is required for the entry into the Parliament house.