Pic-A-Day Project: Morning Walk

Rashtrapati Bhavan (earlier called Viceroy's House)
Rashtrapati Bhavan (earlier called Viceroy’s House)

As the days get hotter, we gotta make the most of our mornings…so here’s some inspiration for all you Delhi lovers! What could be more inviting than a walk along the broad avenues of Lutyen’s zone?

Edwin Lutyens was the chief architect of ‘New Delhi‘, the central administrative area of the city, at the center of which was the British Viceroy’s House. Today, this majestic building on top of Raisina Hill is home to the first citizen of the country and is commonly known as the Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Thanks to Vinod Ke Ke for this inspiration 🙂

For more info on this Pic-A-Day project and more pictures of this beautiful city, check out this link.

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Shivya says:

    You really inspire me to get off my butt and see Delhi. Either I stop coming to your blog or I curse the heat & walk out. Hope it’s going to be the latter 🙂

    1. wanderfool says:

      I hope so too! Did you manage to see Lodhi Gardens yet?

      1. Shivya says:

        It’s so hot outside, even in the evening 😦 Waiting for a better weather day.

        1. wanderfool says:

          Hmmn…hopefully the rains will bring some relief soon!

  2. Rajesh says:

    Wonderful capture.

    1. wanderfool says:

      Thank you Rajesh!

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