This article is an overview of the Architectural Design styles that are in use in the Indian government, including the new Government of India building style guide.
There are also guidelines for building designs, design principles and architectural concepts in general.
The design guidelines of the new style guide can be found in the Government of the Republic of India (GIR) website at: https://www.gov.in/en/enews/governments-design-guidelines.aspx The Government of Indian Union (GIO) website also has a link to this website.
There is a section titled Architectural style guide for government buildings at: www.govindia.gov/en.
The Government Buildings and Urban Development (GBID) website has a section on the Government Buildings style guide and includes some more information.
The GBID website also contains a list of building styles.
For more information on the new architecture style guidelines see: Architectural Style Guide.
The following is a list (from the Government buildings style guide) of the most commonly used architectural styles in India.
This is a very comprehensive article and we encourage you to read the entire guide.
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