7 Sights in Chandigarh, India (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Chandigarh, India. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 7 sights are available in Chandigarh, India.

Sightseeing Tours in Chandigarh

1. Open Hand Monument

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The Open Hand Monument is a symbolic structure designed by the architect Le Corbusier and located in the Capitol Complex of the Indian city and union territory of Chandigarh. It is the emblem and symbol of the Government of Chandigarh and symbolizes "the hand to give and the hand to take; peace and prosperity, and the unity of mankind". The largest example of Le Corbusier's many Open Hand sculptures, it stands 26 metres (85 ft) high. The metal structure with vanes is 14 metres (46 ft) high, weighs 50 short tons (100,000 lb), and was designed to rotate in the wind.

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2. Rock Garden

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The Rock Garden of Chandigarh is a sculpture garden for rock enthusiasts in Chandigarh, India. It is also known as Nek Chand Saini's Rock Garden of Nathupur after its founder Nek Chand Saini, a government official who started building the garden secretly in his spare time in 1957. It has spread over an area of 40 acres (16 ha), and is completely built from industrial, home waste, and discarded items.

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3. Government Museum and Art Gallery

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Government Museum and Art Gallery, Chandigarh, is a premier museum of North India having collections of Gandharan sculptures, sculptures from ancient and medieval India, Pahari and Rajasthani miniature paintings. It owes its existence to the partition of India in August, 1947. Prior to the partition, much of the collections of art objects, paintings and sculptures present here were housed in the Central Museum, Lahore, the then capital of Punjab. The museum has one of the largest collection of Gandharan artefacts in the world.

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4. Punjab and Haryana High Court

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Punjab and Haryana High Court is the common High Court for the Indian states of Punjab and Haryana and the Union Territory of Chandigarh based in Chandigarh, India. Sanctioned strength of Judges of this High Court is 85 consisting of 64 Permanent Judges and 21 Additional Judges including Chief Justice. As of 14th September 2023, there are 58 Judges working in the High Court, comprising 36 Permanent and 22 Additional Judges.

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5. Punjab & Haryana Vidhan Sabha

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The Palace of Assembly is a building in Chandigarh, India which houses the Punjab Legislative Assembly and the Haryana Legislative Assembly. It was designed by modernist architect Le Corbusier. It is part of the Capitol Complex, which includes the Legislative Assembly, Secretariat and High Court. The Palace of Assembly features a circular assembly chamber, a forum for conversation and transactions, and stair-free circulation.

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6. Chandigarh Secretariat

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Secretariat Building is a Le Corbusier-designed building in Chandigarh completed in 1953 to house the offices of the Chief Secretary of the Indian state of East Punjab. Since the Punjab Reorganisation Act, 1966 split East Punjab into Haryana and Punjab, Chandigarh has been the capital of both states and the Secretariat Building is shared by their respective Chief Secretaries.

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7. Gandhi Bhavan

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The Gandhi Bhawan is a major landmark of the city of Chandigarh, India, and a center dedicated to the study of the words and works of Mohandas K. Gandhi. It was designed by architects B.P Mathur in collaboration with Pierre Jeanneret.

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