Visit Supreme Court on a guided tour
India’s highest judicial court and the final court of appeal under the Constitution of India, the highest constitutional court, with the power of judicial review is also the tourist place.
The Supreme Court, one of independent India’s first major buildings to be designed by an Indian architect, has opened its doors for guided tours. The project was launched by Ranjan Gogoi, the Chief Justice of India.
The tours are free of charge and is always conducted between 10 am and 1 pm every Saturday,except on declared holidays.The excursion is rounded off with a visit to the Supreme Court museum. A guide educates batches of 20 visitors on historic cases and the architecture of the building. The tour also culminate in a short film about the court.
Rules for Tourist
Visitors have to comply with the tour rules, which include a ban on smoking, bringing eatables, tobacco items, cameras and backpacks.
It is also advised that the visitors maintain decorum within the premises of the Supreme Court of India as it is the highest legal authority of the nation. In no instance should the dignity of the court be tampered with during the visits.
The visitors can book online.You will be able to see the court in two sections. While the first one is all about the development of Judiciary in India and the second section is about the Federal Court, and the Supreme Court. The galleries here will take you through the history of Indian judiciary, while one will also get a look into the souvenirs, ceremonial costumes, and more.
Some famous cases such as Assasination of Mahatma Gandhi.