Category:Sansad Bhavan

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English: The Parliament of India (Sanskrit: Sansad Bhavan) is a circular building designed by the British architect Herbert Baker in 1912–13. The roof of the outer circle of the structure is supported by 257 granite pillars. The House of Parliament is located on Janpath, a stone's throw away from the presidential palace Rashtrapati Bhavan.
Sansad Bhawan (es); সংসদ ভবন (bn); Sansad Bhavan (fr); Сансад Бгаван (be-tarask); Сансад Бхаван (ru); संसद भवन (mr); ساختمان مجلس هند (fa); 印度國會大廈 (zh); سنسد بھوَن (pnb); سنسد بھون (ur); സൻസദ് ഭവൻ (ml); Sansad Bhavan (sa); संसद भवन (hi); Parliament House (en); ਸੰਸਦ ਭਵਨ (pa); ভাৰতৰ সংসদ ভৱন (as); 国会議事堂 (インド) (ja); संसद भवन (bho); சன்சத் பவன் (ta) edificio del Parlamento de India, situado en Nueva Delhi (es); संसद भवन में भारत की संसदीय कार्यवाही होती है। (hi); bâtiment en Inde (fr); parliament building in India (en); будынак індыйскага парлямэнту (be-tarask); bouwwerk in New Delhi, India (nl) Sansad Bhavan (en)
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Instance ofparliament building
Location New Delhi, Delhi, India
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Occupant
Inception
  • 1927
Date of official opening
  • 18 January 1927
Significant event
  • start of manufacturing or construction (1921)
  • 2001 Indian Parliament attack
28° 37′ 01.88″ N, 77° 12′ 29.1″ E
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