On December 10, 2020, PM Narendra Modi laid the building's cornerstone
There will be 1272 seats total, of which 888 will be allocated to the Lok Sabha and 384 to the Rajya Sabha.
Four floors high and 64,500 square meters in size, BANG in the center of Delhi, the capital of India
It is estimated that the structure will last for about 150 years
The new structure has a triangle-like form and is 10% smaller than the previous structure
The building's principal architect is Bimal Patel
The building of the new parliament is being built by Tata Projects Limited
The building will cost 971 crores in total
New parliament graced by the historical scepter known as "Sengol
Prime Minister Narendra Modi dedicated India's new Parliament building on May 28, 2023.