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Rashtrapati Bhavan Delhi Entry Fee

  • 50 per person per Circuit (if less than 30 persons)
  • 1200 for a group of 30 persons
  • 1200 + 50 per additional visitor for a group of more than 30 persons

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  • Former Name : Viceroy's House
  • Construction started : 1912
  • Construction Completed : 1929
  • Size : 130 hectare or 321 acre
  • Floor area : 200,000 sq ft or 19,000 m2
  • Architect : Edwin Lutyens
  • No. of rooms : 340
  • Housed by : The President of India
  • Nearest Metro Station to Rashtrapati Bhavan : Central Secretariat

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Rashtrapati Bhavan Delhi Address : Rashtrapati Bhawan, President's Estate , New Delhi , Delhi , 110004 , India

About Rashtrapati Bhavan, Delhi

The Rashtrapati Bhavan houses the first citizen of the country, the President of India. Also known as the President House, Rashtrapati Bhavan is the perfect blend of the good old charm and modern zing. Being the home to the President of the country, Rashtrapati Bhavan truly stands for country’s secular character, its democratic traditions and the overall strength.

Besides being a building of national importance, India’s Rashtrapati Bhavan is an exemplary creation of architecture. This H-shaped building was conceptualised by Sir Edwin Lutyens. However, Herbert Baker joined him for giving the architecture of the building a final shape.

The palatial building is spread across a 330 acre estate, where only 5 acre is the covered area. Formerly known as Viceroy’s House, the Presidential residence comprises of 340 rooms, that include, president’s official residence, offices, guest rooms and reception halls. The prestigious building also includes huge presidential gardens including the famous Mughal Garden, along with some large open spaces and residences of staff.

History of Rashtrapati Bhavan:

It was during the Delhi Durbar that happened in 1911, when it was decided that Delhi will replace Kolkata to be the new capital of the country. Subsequently, it was decided that a residence for British Viceroy will also be created in the city. The architects then started working on a plan for establishing a new city, which had to be built towards the south of the old city.

During that planning, they came up with the idea of giving an enormous position and size to Viceroy’s house. The British architects had acquired around 4000 acres of land to build this magnanimous structure, which was originally known as Viceroy’s House. Raisina and Malcha villages were relocated to acquire that humongous piece of land by some 300 families, under the Land & Acquisition Act.

The primary architectural responsibility of creating this amazing piece of craft was rested on British architect Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens, who was one of the most important members of the city-planning process. Lutyens created a design that was classical, yet colourful and detailed, inspired by the Indian architecture.

Lutyens and Baker started working on the design together, where Baker was to design the two Secretariat Buildings, in front of the Viceroy’s House. However, Lutyens had proposed to build Viceroy’s House on top of the Raisina Hills, with the two Secretariat building placed slightly lower. This became a bone of contention amongst the two architects.

After the completion of the building, Lutyens had the argument that the front view of Viceroy’s house was obscured due to the high angle of the road. Lutyens tried convincing the authorities to make the desired change. He, however, could not succeed in his campaign.

Lutyens thought that a little lower road with retaining walls on both sides could enhance the look. He also believed that Baker was not focussing on making the building beautiful. Instead, according to him, Baker was more concerned for his money and pleasing the authorities.

History states that Lutyens travelled between India and England for about 20 years to build the Viceroy’s house in both the countries. Lutyens also had to struggle with Lord Hardinge to reduce the budget of the building while maintaining its grandeur. He did reduce the building from 13,000,000 cubic feet (370,000 m3) to 8,500,000 cubic feet (240,000 m3) because of the budget constraints. The building was finally ready in the year 1929.

When the first Governor General of India C Rajagopalachari, went to live in the palatial house, he used just a few rooms, which are now known as President’s family rooms. However, he converted the other rooms into guest rooms, which are used for the stay of state guests of the country. It was on 26th January 1950 that the building was named as Rashtrapati Bhavan, when Dr Rajendra Prasad became the first President of India.

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Architecture of Rashtrapati Bhavan

India’s Rashtrapati Bhavan comprises of four floors and 340 rooms in total. The building covers the floor area of around 200,000 sq ft. The constructors of the building have used 1 billion bricks and 3,000,000 cu ft of stone with steel to construct this national pride of India.

The building was created during the time period of Edwardian Baroque. During his time, heavy classical motifs were used in the architecture to showcase imperial authority and power. One can witness a lot of such motifs in the President’s house in Delhi.

Lutyens, initially, was averse of the idea of incorporating local motifs in his design. He wanted the design to be more classical and European in style. However, after mutiny, there was stress that the building should be designed keeping in mind the local themes, making it more politically contextual. Left with little choice, Lutyens incorporated local Indo-Saracenic motifs in the design.

Inside the Rashtrapati Bhavan

The Indian President’s house is open for public visit as well. So, the next time you plan a tour to Delhi , don’t forget to get a glimpse of this painstakingly made exquisite piece of architecture. The inside of Rashtrapati Bhavan is divided into three parts.

Circuit 1: This part covers the main building of the palatial house and its Central Lawn. In this tour, one can take a look of the Forecourt and the premier rooms of the main building. Some of the rooms that one gets to see include the Banquet hall, the Ashok Hall, Durbar Hall, North Drawing Room, Library, Navachar, Long Drawing room, et al. This part of the Rashtrapati Bhavan is open on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Circuit 2: This part comprises of the Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum Complex, also known as RBMC. RBMC has three distinct buildings including The Stables, The Garages and The Clock Tower. The Stables were dedicated to the nation on July 25th, 2014. However, The Garages were inaugurated on July 25th, 2016.

The museum showcases some of the most invaluable artefacts, that are an epitome of culture, art, heritage and history. Hence, a must-visit for someone with an eye for unique things in life. This part of the Rashtrapati Bhavan opens on all days except Monday.

Circuit 3: This part of the President’s house covers the Mughal and other gardens. Who doesn’t know about the world famous Mughal Gardens and the floral treat that they offer. Besides, there is the Herbal Garden, the Musical Garden, and the Spiritual Garden as well to fascinate the visitors. This part of Rashtrapati Bhavan is open from August to March from Thursdays to Sundays.

It is a military tradition, that has been revamped over time to make it more visually appealing for the public. It is held on Saturdays and Sundays at the Rashtrapati Bhavan where the valour of President’s Bodyguard personnel, who are excellent paratroopers and tankmen, comes to display.

Rashtrapati Bhavan Entry Fee :-

  • Visitors individually or in a group of less than 30 persons will be charged @ Rs. 50/- per visitor per Circuit.
  • Visitors in a group of 30 persons will be charged Rs. 1200/- (Rs.50 x 30 less 20% discount) per visit.
  • Visitors in a group of more than 30 persons will be charged Rs.1200/- plus Rs.50 per additional visitor.
  • Visitors below the age of 8 years will be exempt from the payment of registration charges.

Visit Timings of Rashtrapati Bhavan

Rashtrapati Bhavan in Delhi is open to public from 9 AM to 4 PM on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. It is closed on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and on Gazetted Holidays

  • On Saturday 15 November to 14 March : 1000 – 1040 hrs 15 March to 14 November : 0800 – 0840 hrs
  • On Sunday 15 November to 14 March : 1630 – 1710 hrs 15 March to 14 November : 1730 – 1840 hrs

Instructions to visit the Rashtrapati Bhavan:

  • A request to visit the Rashtrapati Bhavan can be made online at
  • A request to witness the Change of Guard Ceremony can be made online at:
  • Entry to Rashtrapati Bhavan for visit is through Gate No.2 (Rajpath); Gate No.37 (via Dalhousie Road-Hukmi Mai Marg); and Gate No.38 (via Church Road-Brassy Avenue) of Rashtrapati Bhavan.
  • All Indian visitors are required to carry a valid photo ID proof. Foreigners should make the request to visit along with photocopies of their passport. They must also carry their original passport for verification on the day of visit.

How to reach Rashtrapati Bhavan:

By Metro: The nearest metro station to Rashtrapati Bhavan is Central Secretariat station on the Yellow line. One can take an auto from the metro station to reach Rashtrapati Bhavan. These Metro lines stop near Rashtrapati Bhavan: VIOLET LINE, YELLOW LINE

By Bus: There is a regular Bus Service from DTC towards Rashtrapati Bhavan from all parts of the city. These Bus lines stop near Rashtrapati Bhavan: 100A, 604, 680, 720, 944, 980

The closest Bus Stations to Rashtrapati Bhavan are:

  • Kendriya Terminal is 663 meters away, 9 min walk
  • 100A - Badli Railway Station - Kendriya Terminal
  • 160 - Kendriya Terminal - Haiderpur
  • 740A - Anand Vihar I.S.B.T - Manglapuri Terminal
  • 740B - Bindapur DDA Flats - Anand Vihar I.S.B.T
  • 944 - Sultanpuri Terminal - Kendriya Terminal
  • 962 - Kendriya Terminal - Kanjhawala Bus Depot
  • South Avenue is 767 meters away, 10 min walk
  • 604 - New Delhi Rail Station Gate # 2 - Chattarpur
  • 620 - Shivaji Stadium Term. - Hauz Khas
  • 630 - Nanak Pura - Kendriya Terminal
  • 632 - Mori Gate Terminal- Nanakpura
  • 680 - Kendriya Term - Ambedkar Nagar Sec.-4 (Virat Cinema)
  • 720 - Shahdara Term. - B 1 Janakpuri
  • 783 - Najafgarh - Delhi Secretariat
  • Tyagraj Marg is 928 meters away, 12 min walk
  • 680 - Kendriya Term. - Ambedkar Nagar Sec.-4 (Virat Cinema)

By Auto Rickshaw: Delhi has a very well-connected auto rickshaw network. So, take one and reach Rashtrapati Bhavan to witness one of the most exquisite buildings of the world.

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Rashtrapati Bhavan, home to the President of the world’s largest democracy, epitomizes India’s strength, its democratic traditions and secular character. Rashtrapati Bhavan was the creation of architects of exceptional imagination and masterfulness, Sir Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker. It was Sir Lutyens who conceptualized the H shaped building, covering an area of 5 acres on a 330 acre estate.

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Rashtrapati Bhawan – Why it’s so special?

Rashtrapati Bhawan is one of the most sought after tourist attraction in Delhi .

Rashtrapati Bhawan is the official residence of the President of India . Thus no wonder tourists as wells as locals want to visit the place at least once in there’s lifetime. Its a mansion of 340-room main building that houses the president’s official residence, reception hall, guest rooms and offices, its spread over 130 hectare are that also includes the presidential gardens known as the Mughal Garden

The Rashtrapati Bhavan is lcoated at the western end of Rajpath in New Delhi, India. Address: Rashtrapati Bhawan, President's Estate, New Delhi, Delhi 110004 Source: Google Map

How to book Rashtrapati Bhawan visit?

Visit to Rashtrapati Bhawan has been made very easy. Simply visit the official website to book your entry ticket online. There are 3 circuits to visit within the Rashtrapati bhawn premises.

  • Circuit 1 : Main Building
  • Circuit 2 : The Musuem
  • Circuit 3 : The Garden

How to reach Rashtrapati Bhawan?

Are you coming from paharganj .

Rashtrapati Bhawan is located 5 kms from Paharganj and can be easily visited by the following modes of transport:

  • • Delhi Metro : Take a yellow line metro to Udyog Bhawan and take an auto rickshaw to President house gate no 35

Are you coming from Gurgaon ?

India Gate is located 32 kms from Gurgaon and can be easily visited by the following modes of transport:

Are you coming from Noida ?

India Gate is located 23 kms from Noida and can be easily visited by the following modes of transport:

  • • Delhi Metro : Take a Blue Line Metro to Udyog Bhawan and take an auto rickshaw to President house

Are you coming from Airport ?

India Gate is located 13 kms from Airport and can be easily visited by the following modes of transport:

  • • Delhi Metro : Take a Magenta Line Metro to Udyog Bhawan and take an auto rickshaw to President House

Are you coming from New Delhi Railway Station ?

India Gate is located 5 kms from New Delhi Railway Station and can be easily visited by the following modes of transport:

  • • Delhi Metro : Take a Delhi Metro to Udyog Bhawan and take an auto rickshaw to India Gate

Did You Know (Interesting Facts)

  • • Did you know Abdul Kalam wanted Rashtrapati Bhavan to be solar-powered?
  • • The Rashtrapati Bhavan is the third biggest Presidential Palace in the world after Turkey and Austria
  • • Budget documents used to be printed at Rashtrapati Bhavan till there was a leak in 1950.
  • • Rashtrapati Bhavan, Qutub Minar and other monuments are illuminated with blue light on the World’s children’s day on 20 Nov.

9:30 am – 5:30 pm, Monday closed

Average Visit Duration

  • • Circuit 1 : 2 hours
  • • Circuit 2: 1 hour
  • • Circuit 3 : 2 hours

Starting Rs 50

*Source: rashtrapatisachivalaya.gov.in/

How to reach By Metro

Metro Line to Udhyog Bhanwan Metro Station. 25 minutes walking distance to Rashtrapati Bhawan from the metro station or take an auto.

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Planning to to visit President House, Delhi, India. Booking tickets to visit President House of India can be done from Rashtrapati Bhavan website. You can also take Rashtrapati Bhavan virtual tour.

The Rashtrapati Bhavan

The Rashtrapati Bhavan is the official residence of the President of India located at the Western end of Rajpath in New Delhi, India. Rashtrapati Bhavan may refer to only the 340-room main building that has the president’s official residence, including reception halls, guest rooms and offices, also called the mansion.

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It may also refer to the entire 130-hectare (320 acre) Presidential Estate that additionally includes huge presidential gardens (Mughal Gardens), large open spaces, residences of bodyguards and staff, stables, other offices and utilities within its perimeter walls. In terms of area, it is the largest residence of any head of state in the world.

Consisting of four floors and 340 rooms, with a floor area of 200,000 square feet (19,000 m2), it was built using 1 billion bricks and 3,000,000 cu ft (85,000 m3) of stone with little steel.

It has 355 decorated rooms and a floor area of 200,000 square feet (19,000 m²). The structure includes 700 million bricks and 3.5 million cubic feet (85,000 m³) of stone, with only minimal usage of steel.

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Instructions for Visit to Rashtrapati Bhavan

1. A request for visit to the Rashtrapati Bhavan can be made by online Booking system through a link on the website  http://rashtrapatisachivalaya.gov.in/rbtour/

2. The visiting days of Rashtrapati Bhavan are as under:

Circuit 1: Rashtrapati Bhavan Main Building and the Central Lawn will be open on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Circuit 2: The Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum Complex(RBMC) comprising the Clock Tower, the Stables and the Garages will be open on all days except Monday.

Circuit 3: The Mughal Garden and other Gardens of Rashtrapati Bhavan will be open from December to February on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

3. Timings will be from 9 AM to 4 PM.

4. Entry to Rashtrapati Bhavan for visit is through Gate No. 2(Rajpath), Gate No. 37(via Dalhousie Road-Hukmi Mai Marg) and Gate No. 38 (via Church Road-Brassy Avenue) of Rashtrapati Bhavan.

5. Indian citizens are required to carry valid photo ID Cards. In case of foreigners, they should make their request for visit along with photocopies of their passport. On the day of visit, they are required to carry their original passport for identification.

6. Registration charges of Rs. 50 per visitor are introduced w.e.f. 25th July 2016. The registration charges are payable online and will be non-refundable and non-transferable.

7. Visitors below the age of 8 years will be exempted from the payment of registration charges. Visitors individually or in a group of less than 30 persons will be charged Rs. 50 per visitor per visit. Visitors in a group of 30 persons will be charged Rs. 1200 (Rs. 50×30 less 20% discount) per visit. Visitors in a group of more than 30 persons will be charged Rs.1200 plus Rs. 50 per additional visitor.

8. Online booking is subject to confirmation through Email/SMS.

9. For security reasons, the President’s Secretariat reserves the right to approve / reject the permission to visit Rashtrapati Bhavan.

10. The permission to visit the Rashtrapati Bhavan Tourist Circuits is subject to cancellation, as and when deemed necessary by the President’s Secretariat.

11. The Change of Guard Ceremony is held on every Saturday and Sunday at Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Important – For Visitor

1. A person with valid photo ID Card would be allowed to witness the Change of Guard Ceremony free of cost subject to availability of seats.

2. Entry will open 40 minutes prior to the Ceremony and close 15 minutes prior to commencement of the Ceremony.

Timings for Visit to Rashtrapati Bhavan

Timings: On Saturday

12 Oct 2019 to 14 Nov 2019 : 0740 hrs – 0840 hrs 15 Nov 2019 to 14 Mar 2020 : 0940 hrs – 1040 hrs

Timings: On Sunday

13 Oct 2019 to 30 Oct 2019 : 1630 hrs – 1730 hrs 01 Nov 2019 to 14 Mar 2020 : 1610 hrs – 1710 hrs 15 Mar 2020 to 30 Apr 2020 : 1710 hrs – 1810 hrs 01 May 2020 to 10 Oct 2020 : Closed due to hot weather conditions. (To recommence on 2nd Sunday of October 2020)

NOTE – The above schedule is subject to change, as may be notified by Rashtrapati Bhavan.

NOTE – For any queries and assistance reelated to the visit, please contact the Visitors’ Management Cell: Tel. No. :011- 23013287, 23015321 Ext.: 4662, Fax No.: 011- 23015246, Email: [email protected]

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Common people can visit the rashtrapati bhavan for six days a week from june 1 onwards, except on mondays and gazetted holidays..

President House Common People will Visit Rashtrapati Bhavan Know When How You Can Visit Rashtrapati Bhavan: Here Is How, When Can You Visit The President's House

Common people can visit the Rashtrapati Bhavan for six days a week starting June 1. This is the first time that the Bhavan will be open for public viewing and to welcome visitors on all days except on Mondays and Gazetted Holidays. Earlier the doors would open only for five days barring Mondays and Tuesdays in a week. Citizens can now visit the Rashtrapati Bhavan in seven time slots between 09:30 AM and 4:30 PM on all working days. All they need to do is to get the registration done on the official website and pay the ticket booking fee of Rs. 50 per visitor per Circuit.

Rashtrapati Bhavan, home to the country's president, was the creation of architects of exceptional imagination and masterfulness -- Sir Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker. It was Sir Lutyens who conceptualised the H shaped building, covering an area of 5 acres on a 330 acre estate. This mansion has a total of 340 rooms spread over four floors, 2.5 kilometres of corridors and 190 acres of garden area, according to Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Here is a breakdown of how and when you can visit the President’s House in Delhi:

How To Register?

Citizens can place a visiting request and register online through the official website- https://rb.nic.in/rbvisit/visit_plan.aspx . Notably, online-booking can be made 7 days in advance only.

The general public will have to pay the registration charges of Rs. 50 per visitor per Circuit, and visitors below the age of 8 years will be exempt from the payment of registration charges.

How Many Circuits To Visit?

The Change of Guard Ceremony will be carried out every Saturday at Rashtrapati Bhavan between 8 am and 9 am. However, the event is not held on gazetted holidays or if notified by Rashtrapati Bhavan during some special circumstances.

There are a total of three Circuits to visit in the Rashtrapati Bhavan. First and the main Rashtrapati Bhavan building can be visited by booking Circuit No.1. It is open for the general public and visitors throughout the week barring Monday and Gazetted holidays.

 In Circuit 1, visitors can see the main building and central lawn of Rashtrapati Bhavan and its premier rooms like the Ashok Hall, Durbar Hall, Banquet Hall and drawing rooms.

In Circuit 2, a tour of the Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum Complex is given. The visitors can visit the Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum Complex (RBMC) after booking Circuit No. 2.  This is also open for the general public and visitors throughout the week barring Mondays and Gazetted holidays.

In Circuit 3, visitors take a tour of Rashtrapati Bhavan’s famous gardens such as Amrit Udyan, Herbal Garden, Musical Garden and Spiritual Garden. The general public can visit the Mughal Gardens and other gardens of Rashtrapati Bhavan by booking Circuit No.3.

It is open during Udyanotsav, which is held between February to March every year, as per the Official website of the Rashtrapati Bhavan.

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Visiting Rashtrapati Bhavan

Can we really visit President’s house? Looking for the answer, a “Yes” got me into a eureka moment. As the online tickets got booked, I exclaimed with ecstasy over visiting Rashtrapati Bhavan for our given slot. It was 10:00 am, the time we were given on a Saturday morning to witness the President’s home, of the world’s largest democracy.

With the feelings of being honored at the chance, we were right in time to enter through Gate 2. This grand H shaped architecture was built by the famous British architects, Edwin Lutyens, and Herbert Baker, spanning 5 acres. The then “Viceroy House”, the final building was ready in 1929, and served as home to Viceroy Lord Irwin, till Lord Mountbatten, after which India gained its Independence. It was named as “Rashtrapati Bhavan” when the term of first President of Independent India Dr.Rajendra Prasad.

This palatial building, comprises of 340 rooms, including President’s working office, guest rooms, reception halls. It houses the most famous Mughal Gardens, which are a flowery treat to the visitors.

Our tour to President House of India: Rashtrapati Bhavan

After passing through two levels of security, we were asked to switch off our mobiles and hand over the phones at the security. Yes, phones are not allowed after the reception, as the tour starts.

The inside of Rashtrapati Bhavan is basically divided into 3 parts :

Circuit 1, Circuit 2 and Circuit 3.

When we visited in 2018, the tour started with a set up by Intel, showcasing young Innovators and some innovations. The main guided tour started right after that in groups.

Circuit 1 :

This is the main portion of this magnificent building, which houses Ashok Hall, Durbar Hall, Banquet Hall, North Drawing Room, Library and few more.

Witnessing a large Rashtrapati Bhavan Model, right in the beginning at Marble Hall, got us really excited on the history of this Viceroy house. This hall showcased the brass replica of the crown of Queen. Marble Hall of Rashtrapati Bhavan displays rare and amazing portraits of British Royalty. Various artifacts and the life-size marble statues of King George V and Queen Mary leaves you stunned for sure.

It also displays various gifts that were received by various President’s of India during their visits globally.

Banquet Hall:

This hall of President’s house is used to host dinners. It has a long dining table in the center and we were informed that it has the capacity to host around 104 people together for dinner . Isn’t that huge? Well arranged chairs on either side of the table, it also has an orchestra for music during the dinner.

Ashoka Hall:

After Banquet hall, our next stop was Ashoka Hall, which is one of the most prominent halls of Rashtrapati Bhavan. This hall simply took my breath away. This beautiful wooden floored room was used as ballroom during the Britisher’s reign. The roof has beautiful Fresco paintings with Persian poetry . This room is was also used for award ceremonies, oath swearing-in of ministers.

Following here is the North Drawing room, which is important from the aspect of what we see in media. This is the room, where Foreign dignitaries are first received by the President of India.

RB Library:

Visiting the Rashtrapati Bhavan library brings in the history alive in front of you. The historical audiovisual collection, the first R-Day parade, collection of 2000 rare books, left me imagining 1940’s and 50’s which I never witnessed.   Overall, we were informed that it has a collection of more than 30,000 books . The oldest book it has was published in 1795. Completely amazed, with the so much history it had to offer. (which came live with the audio-visual arrangements, the portraits, and the books).

Durbar Hall:

The huge chandelier, gave it a shimmering look, as we entered this significant hall of The President’s house. Did you know that Durbar Hall was the place where India’s First PM and President, took their oath.  Presently, a single throne-like chair is kept here for the President. We were told that the thick line which runs through the center exactly divide this mansion into two equal parts. Just behind this chair, is an imposing statue of Lord Buddha. This building is built on Raisina Hills and its elevation can be ascertained from the fact that the top of India Gate lies at the level of feet of Buddha’s statue placed at Durbar Hall. This hall has a capacity of 500 rooms and holds a great historical significance.

The last part turns into the beautiful Mughal gardens. We had already toured into this floral zone early in the winters the same year.

With this, this magnificent trip came to an end, with a feeling of pride and honor at the same time.

Traveler Tips:

  • Circuit 1 opens from Thursday to Sunday, while Circuit 2, which houses Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum Complex, opens all days except Monday.
  • You can book a visit to Rashtrapati Bhavan via online booking here
  • Entry timings are 9 am to 4 pm, you can select the time basis your convenience. Early morning slots are preferred!
  • Having a valid ID proof (Photo ID) is mandatory. For Foreigners, carry a passport for verification.
  • Entry fees is Rs50 per adult (more than 8 years)
  • You can also have the privilege to witness Change of guard ceremony(free of cost), which takes place every Saturday and Sunday. Check out for details of timings here

7. There is a Cafe at reception, and you can get water bottles and cold drinks here.

8. Souvenirs can be bought from any of the three Curio Shops at Rashtrapati Bhavan.

If you’re in Delhi, don’t miss the chance to explore this historical grandeur!

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I have not been to Rashtrapati Bhavan yet but this looks magnificent. Would love to.visot it soon. Good to.see your travel posts in this series.

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Been to Mughal garden once but didnt go inside the President House. It looks magnificent. Love your post and the pics, Jhilmil.

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Have been to Rashtrapati Bhavan many times, even Mughal garden use to be our march compulsory visit. My only pending on list is jogging on this beautiful road early morning.

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The doctor held regular Neurology clinics at the White House, O'Connor said.

In a letter released late Monday night by the president's physician, Dr. Kevin O'Connor, he confirmed that Dr. Kevin Cannard, the Parkinson's expert who visited the White House eight times in an eight-month span , "was the neurological specialist that examined President Biden for each of his annual physicals."

Canard’s visits to the White House don’t represent examinations of the president, according to O’Connor’s letter. Cannard is involved in a range of care for others beyond the president at the White House, O’Connor said in his note.

“Prior to the pandemic, and following its end, [Cannard] has held regular Neurology clinics at the White House Medical Clinic in support of the thousands of active-duty members assigned in support of White House operations,” his letter reads. “Many military personnel experience neurological issues related to their service, and Dr. Canard regularly visits the WHMU as part of this General Neurology Practice.”

On the subject of Biden’s physical , O'Connor noted that "President Biden has not seen a neurologist outside of his annual physical."

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O’Connor also stressed that Biden's last physical found no signs of Parkinson's, which he detailed in a Feb. 28 letter.

While the White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre refused to confirm these details earlier Monday, citing privacy concerns, O'Connor said he "obtained permission from the President and Dr. Cannard to confirm the details I am sharing."

O'Connor offered in his letter a full-throated endorsement of Dr. Cannard and his work as the Neurology Consultant to the White House since 2012.

"Dr. Cannard was chosen for this responsibility not because he is a movement disorder specialist, but because he is a highly trained and highly regarded neurologist here at Walter Red and across the Military Health System, with a very wide expertise which makes him flexible to see a variety of patients and problems," he wrote.

As ABC News reported earlier on Monday, an expert in Parkinson's disease visited the White House eight times over an eight-month span between last July and March of this year, including one visit with the president's personal physician, according to White House visitor logs.

Asked repeatedly at Monday's press briefing about Cannard, Jean-Pierre refused to say if the neurologist ever treated the president or consulted on his care, citing privacy concerns, but did say Biden was not being treated for Parkinson's disease.

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"You're refusing to say if he was here to evaluate the president or if he was consulting on the president's health. So, what then was that meeting about?" ABC News asked.

Jean-Pierre said she would not elaborate on the meeting "because we will not confirm or speak to names that you're providing to me. It is out of security."

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As part of his annual physical exam, the president was evaluated by a neurologist who found no signs of Parkinson's, according to a summary O'Connor released in February.

"An extremely detailed neurologic exam was again reassuring in that there were no findings which would be consistent with any cerebellar or other central neurological disorder, such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's or ascending lateral sclerosis, nor are there any signs of cervical myelopathy," his report states.

Overall, the February report stated Biden, 81, continued to be "fit for duty and fully executes all of his responsibilities without any exemptions or accommodations."

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An expert on Parkinson’s disease from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center visited the White House eight times in eight months from last summer through this spring, including at least once for a meeting with President Biden’s physician, according to official visitor logs.

The expert, Dr. Kevin Cannard, is a neurologist who specializes in movement disorders and recently published a paper on Parkinson’s. The logs, released by the White House, document visits from July 2023 through March of this year. More recent visits, if there have been any, would not be released until later under the White House’s voluntary disclosure policy.

It was unclear whether Dr. Cannard was at the White House to consult specifically about the president or was there for unrelated meetings. Dr. Cannard’s LinkedIn page describes him as “supporting the White House Medical Unit” for more than 12 years. His biography on Doximity , a website for health professionals, lists him as a “neurology consultant to the White House Medical Unit and the physician to the president” from 2012 to 2022, which would include the administrations of Presidents Barack Obama and Donald J. Trump.

Records from the Obama administration, when Mr. Biden was vice president, show that Dr. Cannard made at least 10 visits in 2012 plus a family tour; four in 2013; one in 2014; four in 2015; and eight in 2016. Mr. Trump rescinded Mr. Obama’s voluntary White House visitors disclosure policy, so records are not available for his four years in office.

Dr. Cannard did not respond to repeated requests for comment. In a statement released at 9:40 p.m. on Monday, Dr. Kevin O’Connor, the White House physician, confirmed that Dr. Cannard had seen Mr. Biden three times during the three and a half years of his presidency, but did not directly say whether any of his other visits were related to consulting on the president’s health.

Instead, Dr. O’Connor implied that most of Dr. Cannard’s visits were related to treating other people who work at the White House. “Prior to the pandemic, and following its end, he has held regular neurology clinics at the White House Medical Clinic in support of the thousands of active-duty members assigned in support of White House operations,” Dr. O’Connor wrote.

Confirming what a White House spokesman said earlier in the day, Dr. O’Connor said that Mr. Biden had seen Dr. Cannard each year as part of his overall annual physical checkup and that the latest examination had found no sign of Parkinson’s. “President Biden has not seen a neurologist outside of his annual physical,” Dr. O’Connor wrote.

Dr. Cannard met on Jan. 17 with Dr. O’Connor as well as Dr. John Atwood, a cardiologist at Walter Reed, and another person in the early evening in the White House residence clinic, the logs showed. That meeting came a month before Mr. Biden underwent his most recent annual physical checkup at Walter Reed on Feb. 28.

In a six-page letter released after that checkup, Dr. O’Connor said the president’s medical team had conducted “an extremely detailed neurologic exam” that had yielded “no findings which would be consistent with” Parkinson’s, stroke or other central neurological disorders. Dr. O’Connor did not say whether the examination contained common tests for assessing cognitive decline or detecting signs of dementia that are often recommended for older adults.

The White House has said in recent days that there has been no reason to conduct further examination since February. Questions about Mr. Biden’s health, and specifically about Parkinson’s, have proliferated since his disastrous debate performance against Mr. Trump on June 27. In interviews with ABC News on Friday and MSNBC on Monday, Mr. Biden said he had the equivalent of a neurological exam every day because of the pressure of presidential duties.

The visitor logs, which have also been reported by other news organizations, including The New York Post and The Guardian , indicated that Dr. Cannard’s first recorded visit to the White House during the Biden administration was on Nov. 15, 2022. The records indicate that he was visiting Joshua Simmons, whose title is not listed.

Dr. Cannard’s eight more recent visits started on July 28, 2023, when he was listed as meeting with Megan Nasworthy, a White House liaison to Walter Reed. She was listed as the person visited for seven of those meetings, which consistently occurred early, between 7 and 9 a.m. on Fridays, with the exception of the last meeting, which occurred on Thursday, March 28, the day before Good Friday. The logs note a 10th visit that appeared to be for a family tour of the White House.

Andrew Bates, a White House spokesman, said that while the president always travels with regular doctors, “he has not seen specialists in Delaware,” where he has private residences.

Around the time of the first meetings, Dr. Cannard published a research paper in the journal Parkinsonism & Related Disorders on the early stages of Parkinson's.

An array of neurologists who have not personally examined Mr. Biden said they observed symptoms in his public appearances that were consistent with Parkinson’s or a related disease, such as hypophonic speech, forward flexed posture, a shuffling gait, masked face and irregular speech pattern. But they emphasized that a specific diagnosis could not be given without firsthand examination.

White House officials said that Mr. Biden had shown no signs of Parkinson’s and that Dr. O’Connor found no reason to re-evaluate Mr. Biden for the disease since his physical in February. Mr. Bates also said the president has never taken Levodopa or other drugs for that condition.

In his interview with ABC News on Friday, Mr. Biden declined to agree to an independent neurological and cognitive exam. “I get a cognitive test every day,” he said, meaning that the exceptional challenges of the presidency effectively tested him on a daily basis.

Calling into “Morning Joe” on MSNBC on Monday morning, Mr. Biden insisted again that his confusion and halting performance at the debate were an aberration due in part to an infection or other minor ailment, and were not a sign of a larger medical issue.

“If there was something that was wrong that night, it’s not like it comes and that’s one night and it goes away,” he said. “That’s why I’ve been out. I’ve been testing myself, testing everywhere I go. Going out and making the case. The night of that debate, I went out. I was out until 2 o’clock in the morning that very night. That very night. It drives me nuts, people talking about this.”

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WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden has not seen a neurologist outside of his three annual physicals since entering the White House, his physician said in a letter Monday night, clarifying that recent trips to the White House by an expert on Parkinson's disease weren't to meet with the president.

The letter from Dr. Kevin O'Connor followed reports from USA TODAY and others on Dr. Kevin Cannard, an expert on Parkinson’s disease , who visited the White House eight times during an eight-month period − including once with O'Connor, the president's physician − according to official visitor logs.

Cannard serves as the neurology specialist supporting the White House Medical Unit. His White House visits included one meeting with O’Connor and two others at the White House residence clinic on Jan. 17, the New York Post first reported.

But O'Connor, in a Monday letter addressed to White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, sought to make clear that this visit and others didn't involve Biden. "President Biden has not seen a neurologist outside of his annual physical," he wrote.

During a contentious press briefing earlier Monday, Jean-Pierre did not say why the Parkinson’s expert visited the White House multiple times, nor did she say who the specialist was visiting.

Jean-Pierre said “thousands of military personnel” are on the White House campus and that “many of them get care from the White House medical unit.” But she would not discuss Cannard's White House visits any further, citing “privacy” considerations for the doctor.

But O'Connor, in his letter, elaborated on Jean-Pierre's comments, writing that Cannard has held regular neurological clinics at the White House in support of "thousands of active-duty members assigned in support of White House operations."

"Many military personnel experience neurological issues related to their service, and Dr. Cannard regularly visits the WHMU related to this General Neurology practice," O'Connor said.

During the earlier press briefing, Jean-Pierre said Biden has taken a neurological exam three times during his presidency: each during his annual physical, which is taken at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. But she wouldn't say whether Cannard's visits were also to meet with Biden or with other individuals at the White House.

O'Connor said Cannard was Biden's neurologist during each of the president's three physicals.

In Biden's most recent physical, taken in February of this year, Biden was found to have "no findings which would be consistent with any cerebellar or other central neurological disorder" including Parkinson's disease, according to a summary of the physical.

“Has the president been treated for Parkinson's? No,” Jean-Pierre said Monday. “Is he being treated for Parkinson's? No, he's not. Is he taking medication for Parkinson's? No. So those are the things that I can give you full-blown answers on.”

The visitor logs, released by the White House, document visits from August 2023 through March of this year. The last recorded visit occurred on March 28. More recent visits, if there have been any, would not be released until later under the White House’s voluntary disclosure policy, the New York Times reported.

The revelation came in the wake of the president's disastrous debate performance , which have called into question the octogenarian's mental acuity and put Democrats on free fall with less than 120 days to the November election.

Biden has rejected calls by some Democrats for him to drop out of the 2024 election, dismissing concerns about his age and mental fitness and arguing Democratic voters already showed their support by voting for him overwhelmingly during the Democratic primary.

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As my mother would say —

AUDIENCE:  Four more years!  Four more years!  Four more years!

THE PRESIDENT:  Thank you.  Thank you.  Hey, folks, look, first of all, I can’t tell you how much I appreciate you being here.  No, I really mean it.  I really mean it.

You know, when you’re way ahead and everything is working, everybody is there.  But when you take a hit and you got knocked down, you get back up, and you’re with us, that’s a big deal.  That’s a big deal.  (Applause.)  Number one.

Number two, I — you know — I think we all agree.  I mean what I said: We cannot let Trump win.

AUDIENCE:  Nooo —

THE PRESIDENT:  No, I mean, that’s not hyperbole.  We can’t.  This is the most dangerous election in American history.  And we beat him once, and I’m confident we can beat him again.  (Applause.)  Number one.

We got — we got a long way to in this election.  Over 125 days, I think — something like that.  So, there’s a lot to get done.  A lot to get done.

And I wasn’t joking.  I got raised politically by — when I first got elected, there was an accident in my family.  I was about to be sworn in, then I got a phone call saying my wife and daughter had just been killed in a car accident and my two sons weren’t going to make it.

And so, I decided I wasn’t going to stay.  But one of the guys who came to see me talked me into staying.  He said, “Just stay — just stay six months.”  (Laughs.)  Six months.  (Laughter.)

It was Gaylord Nelson.  He stepped in.  He put together a group of senators, including some Republicans.  He said, “Just come and stay, help us out.”  And they turned out — saved my sanity and saved my life.  And they were — no, I really mean it.

So, you know, you — all of you have had somebody there when things were tough, that have reached out, and it makes a difference.  Well, quite — that’s how I collectively think of all of you.

Thank you, thank you, thank you.  I re- — I really — (applause).

And everybody under the age of 12 who had to be here because their parents took them — (laughter) — I owe you. 

What’s your name?

AUDIENCE MEMBER:  Leo.

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AUDIENCE MEMBER:  Eleven.

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Who are you with today?

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THE PRESIDENT:  His dad.

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WASHINGTON — Hunter Biden has joined meetings with President Joe Biden and his top aides since his father returned to the White House from Camp David, Maryland, on Monday evening, according to four people familiar with the matter. 

The president’s son has also been talking to senior White House staff members, these people said.

While he is regularly at the White House residence and events, it is unusual for Hunter Biden to be in and around meetings his father is having with his team, these people said. They said the president’s aides were struck by his presence during their discussions. 

A federal jury in Delaware found Hunter Biden guilty last month on gun-related charges. He remains under indictment accused of tax-related felonies, to which he has pleaded not guilty. Shortly after the jury found him guilty, he returned to his home in California.

One of the people familiar with the matter said Hunter Biden has been closely advising his father since the family gathered over the weekend at Camp David after Thursday’s debate. This person said Hunter Biden has "popped into" a couple of meetings and phone calls the president has had with some of his advisers.

Another person familiar with the matter said the reaction from some senior White House staff members has been, “What the hell is happening?”

Asked to comment, White House spokesman Andrew Bates said in a statement, “Hunter came back with the President from their family weekend at Camp David and went with the President straight into speech prep,” referring to Biden’s preparation with aides for remarks about the Supreme Court’s decision on presidential immunity. 

Hunter Biden’s presence in and around his father’s meetings comes amid questions about whether Joe Biden should continue his re-election campaign.

NBC News has reported that Hunter Biden is among the immediate family members urging the president to stay in the race. He is at the White House this week to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday with the Biden family, two people familiar with his plans said. 

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While Biden campaigns in Pennsylvania, some Democratic leaders in the House say he should step aside

President Joe Biden attended a Black church service in the critical swing state of Pennsylvania Sunday, ahead of a rally with union members. Biden is trying to project enough strength for his reelection campaign to quell a growing clamor from within in his own party for him to abandon his candidacy.

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President Joe Biden attends a church service at Mt. Airy Church of God in Christ, Sunday, July 7, 2024, in Philadelphia (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

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President Joe Biden, right, and pastor Dr. J. Louis Felton pray at a church service at Mt. Airy Church of God in Christ, Sunday, July 7, 2024, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

President Joe Biden, left, is greeted by Philadelphia Mayor Cherelle Parker, right, and her son Langston Mullins, center, as Rep. Brendan Boyle, D-Pa., looks on in background as Biden arrives at Philadelphia International Airport to participate in a campaign event in Philadelphia, Sunday, July 7, 2024. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Protesters carry signs in Harrisburg, Pa., as President Joe Biden attends a campaign event Sunday, July 7, 2024. (AP Photo/Stephanie Scarbrough)

A protester holds a sign ahead of President Joe Biden’s visit to Mt. Airy Church of God in Christ, Sunday, July 7, 2024, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

President Joe Biden speaks at a church service at Mt. Airy Church of God in Christ, Sunday, July 7, 2024, in Philadelphia (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro, from right, President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden visit Denim Coffee after a campaign event in Harrisburg, Pa., on Sunday, July 7, 2024. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Sen. John Fetterman, D-Pa., speaks as President Joe Biden, left, listens at a campaign rally in Harrisburg, Pa., on Sunday, July 7, 2024. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

President Joe Biden, right, greets Kahlia Brown, Miss Black Teen Pennsylvania, at a campaign rally in Harrisburg, Pa., on Sunday, July 7, 2024. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

President Joe Biden, right, takes a photo with a supporter at a campaign rally in Harrisburg, Pa., on Sunday, July 7, 2024. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

President Joe Biden speaks to supporters as first lady Jill Biden, left, looks on at a campaign rally in Harrisburg, Pa., on Sunday, July 7, 2024. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — President Joe Biden urged his supporters to stay unified during a series of stops in critical Pennsylvania on Sunday, even as some leading congressional Democrats privately suggested it was time for him to abandon his reelection bid because of intensifying questions about whether he’s fit for another term.

Addressing a rousing church service in front of stained glass windows bathed in sunshine at Philadelphia’s Mount Airy Church of God in Christ, the 81-year-old Biden joked, “I know I look 40” but “I’ve been doing this a long time.”

“I, honest to God, have never been more optimistic about America’s future if we stick together,” he said.

There and during a subsequent rally with union members in Harrisburg, Biden offered short speeches that touched on familiar topics. But he also left plenty of room for key backers to discuss standing by him. In that way, the Pennsylvania swing seemed meant to showcase support for the president from key political quarters more than proving he’s up to four more years.

His party, though, remains deeply divided.

As Congress prepares to resume this week, House Democratic leader Hakeem Jeffries convened top committee lawmakers Sunday afternoon to assess their views. Several Democratic committee leaders, including Rep. Jerry Nadler of New York, Rep. Jim Himes of Connecticut and Rep. Mark Takano of California, said privately that Biden should step aside, according to two people familiar with the meeting and granted anonymity to discuss it.

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But other top Democrats, including members of the influential Congressional Black Caucus, argued just as forcefully that Biden remain the party’s choice. The conversation was wide ranging, with the committee leaders sharing various views on the situation, but there was no unanimity on what should be done, the people said.

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Biden was personally calling lawmakers through the weekend. He also joined a call with campaign surrogates and reiterated that he has no plans to leave the race. Instead, the president pledged to campaign harder going forward and to step up his political travel, according to two people who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss private conversations.

One Democrat the president spoke to, Sen. Alex Padilla of California, said he and others are pushing the Biden campaign to “let Joe be Joe, get him out there.”

“I absolutely believe we can turn it around,” Padilla told The Associated Press.

Meanwhile, a person familiar with Sen. Mark Warner’s thinking said there will be no meeting on Monday to talk about Biden’s future, as had been previously discussed, and that those discussions will take place in Tuesday’s regular caucus luncheon with all Democratic senators. The person said a private meeting was no longer possible after it was made public that the Virginia Democrat was reaching out to senators about Biden, and that a variety of conversations among senators continue.

Five other, different Democratic lawmakers have already publicly called on Biden to abandon his reelection campaign ahead of November. Meeting this coming week in person means more chances for lawmakers to discuss concerns about Biden’s ability to withstand the remaining four months of the campaign — not to mention four more years in the White House — and true prospects of beating Republican presumptive nominee Donald Trump .

Biden’s campaign team was also calling and texting lawmakers to try to head off more potential defections, while increasingly asking high-profile Biden supporters to speak out on his behalf..

Calls to bow out nonetheless popped up from different directions.

Alan Clendenin, a Tampa city councilman and member of the Democratic National Committee, on Sunday called for Biden to “step aside and allow Vice President Kamala Harris to carry forward his agenda as our Democratic nominee.” Director Rob Reiner, who has helped organize glitzy Hollywood fundraisers for Biden in the past, posted on X, “It’s time for Joe Biden to step down.”

The Democratic convention is fast approaching and Biden’s Friday interview with ABC has not convinced some who remain skeptical.

Democratic fundraising bundler Barry Goodman, a Michigan attorney, said he’s backing Biden but, should he step aside, he’d throw his support to Harris. That’s notable since Goodman was also a finance co-chairman for both of the statewide campaigns of Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, who has also been mentioned as a top-of-the-ticket alternative.

“We don’t have much time,” Goodman said. “I don’t think the president gets out. But if he does, I think it would be Kamala.”

There was no such suggestion at Mount Airy, where Pastor Louis Felton likened the president to Joseph and the biblical story of his “coat of many colors.” In it, Joseph was sold into slavery in Egypt by his jealous brothers, only eventually to obtain a high place in the kingdom of the pharaoh and have his brothers beg him for assistance without initially recognizing him.

“Never count Joseph out,” Felton implored. Then, referring to Democrats who have called on Biden to step aside, he added, “That’s what’s going on, Mr. President. People are jealous of you. Jealous of your stick-to-itiveness, jealous of your favor. Jealous of God’s hand upon your life.”

Felton also led a prayer where he said, “Our president gets discouraged. But today, through your holy spirit, renew his mind, renew his spirt, renew his body.”

After the church service, Biden visited a campaign office in Philadelphia, where Sen. John Fetterman, a Pennsylvania Democrat who won a tough 2022 race while recovering from a stroke, offered a forceful endorsement.

“There is only one guy that has ever beaten Trump,” Fetterman said. “And he is going to do it twice and put him down for good.”

Later stepping off Air Force One in Harrisburg, the president was asked if the Democratic Party was behind him and emphatically responded, “Yes.”

Joining him at the union event, Rep. Madeleine Dean, also a Pennsylvania Democrat, said that “democracy is on the line. There’s one man who understands it it’s Joe Biden.”

Isabel Afonso, who saw Biden speak in Harrisburg, said she was worried when she saw the president’s debate performance, but doesn’t think he should drop out of the race and that he can still win. “I know he is old, but I know if something happens to him, a reasonable person will replace him,” said Afonso, 63.

At the same event, 73-year-old James Johnson said he knew what it was like to forget things as he’s gotten older but called Biden “a fighter.” He said replacing the president at the top of the Democratic ticket would only cause confusion.

“I’m talking about lifelong Democrats and people that have been in the Democratic Party for a long time,” Johnson said. “They may just decide to jump ship, because of that.”

Still, others aren’t fully convinced.

Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut told CNN that Biden “needs to answer those questions that voters have” while adding, “If he does that this week, I think he will be in a very good position.”

Biden has rejected undergoing independent cognitive testing, arguing that the everyday rigors of the presidency were proof enough of his mental acuity. Yet California Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff told NBC on Sunday that he’d be “happy if both the president and Donald Trump took a cognitive test.”

As some Democrats have done, Schiff also seized on Biden suggesting during the ABC interview that losing to Trump would be acceptable “as long as I give it my all.”

“This is not just about whether he gave it the best college try,” Schiff said “but rather whether he made the right decision to run or to pass the torch.”

Weissert and Mascaro reported from Washington. Associated Press writers Zeke Miller and Kevin Freking in Washington, Michelle Price in New York, Meg Kinnard in Chapin, South Carolina, and Bill Barrow in New Orleans contributed to this report.

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Rashtrapati Nilayam

President of India’s winter retreat, now open for public exploration of India's rich heritage.

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Main Building-Residence of the President

Rock garden, nature's classroom, maze garden, cheriyal art tunnel, jai hind stepwell, musical fountain, fruit orchards, herbal garden, nakshatra garden, 160 years old talking tree.

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Embark on a journey to Rashtrapati Nilayam, a testament to India's rich presidential legacy, now graciously opened to the public in March 2023. This majestic estate, nestled in the heart of Hyderabad within the tranquil confines of the Secunderabad Cantonment, spans a sprawling 97 acres, offering a lush oasis of cultural and historical exploration. Once an exclusive winter retreat for the Presidents of India, Rashtrapati Nilayam is now open to the general public, making it a must-visit location in Hyderabad for those keen to immerse themselves in India's cultural heritage and presidential history.

As you step through its gates, you are welcomed into a world where elegance meets history. Originally built in 1860, the Nilayam's stunning main building, an architectural marvel, stands as a proud reminder of India's heritage. Surrounding it, thematic gardens and meticulously maintained landscapes offer serene spots for relaxation and reflection. Interactive exhibitions and educational tours provide insightful narratives of the nation's journey, making history accessible and engaging for visitors of all ages.

In a symbolic homage to India's sovereignty, a majestic replica of the historic flag post, where the tricolor was unfurled on 17th September 1948, signifying Hyderabad's unification into the Indian Union, has now been unveiled in the premises. This poignant tribute enriches the estate's historical significance, offering visitors a profound connection to India's journey towards independence and unity.

Rashtrapati Nilayam is more than a tourist destination; it's an enriching experience that bridges generations, inviting one and all to partake in its legacy of unity, learning, and beauty. This historic site, now open to the general public, has transformed into an inviting beacon for families, history enthusiasts, and tourists seeking a unique glimpse into India’s regal past and vibrant present. Whether you're a family looking for an educational outing or a history aficionado eager to delve into the stories of India's past, Rashtrapati Nilayam offers an unparalleled journey into the heart of Indian tradition and elegance.

We invite you to visit Nilayam, booking slots open from 10 AM to 5 PM from Tuesday to Sunday. Last entry at 4 PM.

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The garden consists of huge natural rock boulders along with beautiful lotus ponds

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Knowledge-Gallery

Showcasing the History of Rashtrapati Bhavan, gifts received by former Presidents, and history of Hyderabad

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The musical fountain, programmed with various patriotic and melodious songs, puts on a delightful show after going through the challenging maze garden.

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Garden showcasing more than 30 varieties of herbal plants

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It showcases plants and trees arranged to showcase the 12 zodiac signs

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Inside the President's Residence

The residence of the Hon'ble President of India. It has 16 rooms including the President’s study, cinema hall, durbar hall and more

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Interpretation Centre for Traditional Water Systems

A museum showcasing various traditional water management systems and the process of revival of stepwells

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More than 15 varieties of palm trees and other plants unique to Telangana

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Curated Places with seating arrangement made with wooden logs, giving an ambience of groups to discuss, and rest

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Maze garden gives a challenge to reach musical fountain situated at its center and one can enjoy the enthusing music at the end

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The kitchen tunnel, once essential for discreet food passage, was restored in March 2023 and now features Telangana's Cheriyal folk art, emphasizing the preservation of cultural heritage

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120 Feet Historic Flagpost

120 ft tall; one-of-its-kind teak wood flag post; replica of the original flag post where the Indian flag was hoisted for the first time in Hyderabad in September 1948

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One of the revived stepwells showcasing traditional water management systems; bullocks can be seen drawing water from the stepwell in the traditional way

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Shiva and Nandi Sculptures with Water Cascade

Two rock boulders in the rock garden have been carved beautifully to create sculpture of Lord Shiva and Nandi Bull with a water cascade

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33 acres of different fruit orchards of Amla, Chikkoo, Mango, Custard apple, Pomegranate, Guava, Coconut

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A 160 year old Banyan tree, telling the story of Rashtrapati Nilayam and its history

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Children's-Park

A play area to entertain the young visitors who visit the Rashtrapati Nilayam, and aid with motor and cognitive skills development of young kids

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  • Bison Gate Request stop- 750 m
  • TASA Request stop- 750 m
  • Lothukunta Bus stop- 1.9 km
  • Ammuguda Bus stop- 1.9 km
  • Jubilee Bus Stop- 7.5 km

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  • Local train available at Cavalry barracks- 2.5 km
  • Secunderabad Railway station- 9.3 km
  • Nampally Railway station- 16 km
  • Kachiguda Railway station- 16 km

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1. Parade Ground - 8.5 Kms

2. Paradise - 9 Kms

3. Secunderabad East - 9.5 Kms

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1. 10 Kms from Hussain Sagar Lake

2. 2 Kms from Sree Ayyappa Devasthanam, Bolarum

Note : Visitors are requested to enter from Gate No 2 and parking in C2 Campus

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