There is the historic museum room too which houses the interesting photos from the post and pre independence time. The amazing flower beds and the well maintained lawns were really a treat to the sore eyes. I took a full guided tour which could not get more informative and rich with Indian history than it was. I was overwhelmed with the architecture as well as the fact that I was at the same place where the legendary partition bill was signed. I took as many snapshots in the non restricted spots to preserve the memories of my trip to this royal Rashtrapati Niwas Shimla.
This wonderful creation built in the summer capital of British India serving as the Indian institute of Advanced Studies is truly pride of this city like a diamond on the ring. I was now ready to visit the Himachal State Museum Shimla and witness the next page of history.