Rashtra Niwas

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Rashtra Niwas (State House)
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Illuminated Rashtra Niwas during Diwali Celebrations in 2017
Former namesPresident's Palace
LocationRajagriha, Purvanchal
OwnerGovernment of Vishwamitra
TypeOffice residence
Dhrubajyoti Roy, as Rashtradhyaksh of Vishwamitra

The Rashtra Niwas (translation, State House) is the official residence of the current Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy. This is one of the top official buildings owned by the State of Vishwamitra and has exclusively been used to host various ceremonies like swearing-in programmes, investitures, etc. The building was also used once for the Budget sitting of the Parliament.

The building has two official suites and other personal rooms. The two official suites include - The Tanishkaa Patranabish Throne Room, named after Tanishkaa Patranabish while is used for oath taking ceremonies while the Durbar Hall is used for hosting various investiture ceremonies. It was formerly known as the President's Palace and was officially renamed in 2018.

It also hosts the Vishwamitran Royal Museum, which is a museum inside the complex of the Rashtra Niwas.

Flora and fauna

The late grandmother of the Rashtradhyaksh was fond of gardening and had planted a wide variety of trees and plants in the garden of the Rashtra Niwas, which includes trees of Mango, Jackfruit, Black plum, Coconut, Betel nuts and Banana. It also has a wide variety of flowering plants like Hibiscus, Shiuli, etc.

Clerodendrum found in the Royal Gardens.

The royal gardens are much visited by some commonly found animal and bird species like squirrels, monkeys, parakeets, common pigeons, egrets, sparrows, Indian mynas, etc.

Galleries of events in the Convention Hall

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