Central Vista-10 things related to the new Parliament House Central Vista


The new Parliament House Central Vista is being built in New Delhi, India.


The building will have a triangular shape and will have two semicircular structures.


The design of the new Parliament House has been done by renowned architects HCP Design, Planning and Management Private Limited, whose chief architect is electrician Bimal Patel.

Size and Capacity

The total construction area of the new Parliament House will be around 64,500 square metres. It will have the capacity to seat 1,224 members in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.

Technology and environmental protection

which will include active energy use, rain water harvesting systems and waste management systems.

Heritage Conservation

The existing Parliament House, which is a heritage building, will be conserved and upgraded.

Central Vista Redevelopment Project

The construction of the new Parliament House is part of the Central Vista Redevelopment Project.


The estimated cost of the new parliament building project is around Rs 971 crore (about $140 million).

Controversy and Criticism

Critics consider the project unnecessary, costly and could be better used for other social and developmental purposes.

Symbolic Significance

The Parliament House appears to be important as the seat of Indian democracy.