New Delhi2 hours ago
- copy link
The new Parliament building built in 64 thousand 500 square meters is four storeyed.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the new Parliament Building (Sansad Bhavan) on 28 May. The cleaning of the civil structure of the new Parliament House has started. This building built under the Central Vista Project is the dream project of the Prime Minister.
Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday and invited him to inaugurate the new Parliament building.
In the new Parliament House, seating arrangements have been made for 1224 MPs.
4 storey building, not affected by earthquake
The new Parliament building built in 64 thousand 500 square meters is 4 storeys. It has 3 doors, they are named Gyan Dwar, Shakti Dwar and Karma Dwar. There is a separate entry for MPs and VIPs. The new building is 17 thousand square meters bigger than the old one. Earthquake will not affect it. Its design has been prepared by HCP Design, Planning and Management Private Limited. Its architect is Bimal Patel.
A copy of the constitution will be kept in the constitution hall
The main feature of the new building is the Constitution Hall. It is being said that a copy of the constitution will be kept in this hall. Apart from this, big pictures of Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Subhash Chandra Bose, Prime Ministers of the country have also been installed.
The Prime Minister had visited the new Parliament House on 30 March this year. He stayed here for an hour.
On July 12, 2022, the Ashoka Pillar built in the Parliament House was unveiled by PM Narendra Modi.
The specialty of the new parliament
Architectural elements inspired by the ancient cultural heritage of India have been installed in the new Parliament House.
Hi-tech offices have been set up in the new building of Parliament. Separate arrangements have also been made for meetings here.
Construction started in January 2021
The construction of the new triangular shaped Parliament building started on 15 January 2021. This building was to be completed in November last year. PM Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone of the new Parliament House on 10 December 2020. Then he had said that nothing can be more beautiful than the new building of Parliament, when India will celebrate 75 years of its independence.
Why the new building was built
The current Parliament House was built 95 years ago in 1927. In March 2020, the government told Parliament that the old building was overutilized and was deteriorating. Along with this, there is not enough space in the old building to accommodate the MPs who will increase after the new delimitation of Lok Sabha seats. For this reason a new building is being constructed.
Rajpath got the name of duty path last year
Under the Central Vista Project, a 3 km long road from Rashtrapati Bhavan to India Gate was redeveloped. It was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on September 8 last year. On the same day, he had announced to change its name from Rajpath to Kartavya Path.
PM housing is also a part of this project
Kartavya Path, Parliament House, the office-house of the Prime Minister, the Central Secretariat building and the Vice President’s Enclave are also part of the Central Vista Power Corridor. These are being made by the central government agency CPWD.
Also read these news related to Central Vista Project…
PM inaugurated Central Vista Avenue, Modi said – Rajpath, the symbol of slavery, has now become the path of duty
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Duty Path on 8 September 2022 at 8 pm in front of India Gate. They reached the duty path at 7 pm. First he unveiled the statue of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. Central Vista Avenue has been completed after 19 months of continuous work. Read full news…
Day One on Central Vista Avenue; Everything new from lawn to light, flying dust and bad fountains are no more
Lutyens Zone, the poshest locality of Delhi. Power Corridor of the country. India Gate, Parliament House, PMO, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Ministry Office… everything is here, in this area. This is Central Vista Avenue. As soon as you reach in front of India Gate, you will see the magnificent 3.2 km long ‘Kartavya Path’. It starts from India Gate and goes till Rashtrapati Bhavan. Read full news…
Bimal Patel, designer of Central Vista, today master architect of redevelopment from west to east
The Central Vista Project in Delhi, the Kashi Vishwanath Dham Corridor in Varanasi, the Sabarmati Riverfront Development in Ahmedabad and the master planning of the Jagannath Temple in Puri – all these symbols of India’s cultural and urban landscape may be located in different corners of the country, but Their master architect is only one – Bimal Patel. Read full news…