Take A Sneak Peak To The Interiors of the New Parliament Building | Latest Pics | PM Modis Surprise Visit

Take A Sneak Peak To The Interiors of the New Parliament Building | Latest Pics | PM Modis Surprise Visit

SURFACES REPORTER (SR) presents here the exclusive pics of the interiors of India's new parliament building released by the government. People were astonished to see the incredible architecture and interiors of the building and remarked that it can be included in the seven wonders of the world. Recently, Honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi went for a surprise visit to the building.

According to the sources, accompanied by Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla and Urban Affairs Secretary Manoj Joshi, PM Modi spent almost an hour there and examined diverse works along with inspecting the services coming up at both houses of the Parliament. check out the attention-grabbing interiors of the new Parliament building below:

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It was not the first time the Prime Minister visited the upcoming parliament complex. Earlier, he visited the site in September 2021. The foundation stone of the building was laid on10 December 2020. 

PM Modi inspecting the new Parliament building. (PMO)

Part of the centre vista development, the new parliament building is being developed by Tata Projects Ltd. The New Parliament Building was supposed to be inaugurated in March 2023 though it seems that we'll need to wait a few more days for its launching as the building is almost ready but a little finishing work is left.

PM Modi inspects the construction work of the new Parliament building, in New Delhi. (PMO)

The new building, which costs Rs 862 crore, comprises spacious halls, a beautiful library, committee rooms and an ample parking area. Each hall and office room is well-equipped with avant-garde facilities.


PM Modi in the new Parliament building. (PMO)

The Need For New Parliament Building

Over the years, the number of people working in the legislature, as well as visitors, has increased tremendously.

-new-parliamentHence, the new parliament building contains ample space with Rajya Sabha will have a capacity of up to 384 seats, the Lok Sabha is three times bigger with 888 seats.

Interiors Inspired By Our National Emblem

The Rajya Sabha is designed on the Lotus theme which is our national flower and the Lok Sabha's design is based on the peacock theme, the national bird. The Lok Sabha may also accommodate up to 1,272 seats for joint sessions. The triangular shape of the building ensures optimum space utilization.

The new parliament building has a variety of artwork and decorative displays

The central lounge harmonizes well with the open courtyard. It is anticipated as a place for members to interact. large. The building also contains three India galleries. One gallery will display textile installations from all over India, along with the craft of pottery made authentically from the “mitti (clay) of all Indian states”.

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