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Lutyen's Imperial Delhi

Lutyen's Imperial

The imperial past of Delhi has several manifestations across its cityscape. Several buildings-cum-monuments designed by Lutyens, a British Officer have become prominent landmarks of the city in course of time.

Lutyens' Delhi is an area in Delhi, named after the leading British architect Edwin Lutyens. He was chiefly responsible for much of the architectural design when India was part of the British Empire. Lutyens formulated the central administrative plan of the city. At the heart of the city lies the impressive President House (Rashtrapathi Bhawan), formerly known as the Viceroy's House, located on the top of Raisina Hill. The Rajpath, also known as King's Way, connects India Gate to Rashtrapati Bhawan,

The Secretariat which house various ministries of the Government of India, are beside the Rashtrapati Bhawan and were designed by Herbert Baker. Also designed by Baker was the Parliament House, and is located on the Sansad Marg, running parallel to the Rajpath. Other architects designed other buildings such as the Anglican and Catholic cathedrals. But the Lutyen structures in particular have come to represent reminders of Delhi's imperial past.

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