In India, the green building movement has taken on the name of ‘united people’ after the United Nations.
But how did this iconic building come to be the symbol of the green movement?
Here are five things you might not know about the green space.1.
The building was founded in 1962 by Congress leader and former PM Jawaharlal Nehru.2.
Nehru had a vision of a green economy and he wanted to create a building that would be as ‘green’ as the air and water.3.
Neh and other members of his party, including Manmohan Singh, were convinced that this building would represent the future of India.4.
But in 1964, after the death of Nehru, the Congress party was torn apart by internal disagreements over issues like social security and land reform.5.
The green-clad building became the emblem of the party and Nehru’s legacy became an international symbol of democracy.1 The Green Building, which was inaugurated by Prime Minister Manmouh Alam on September 28, 1962, is located at the central bank of the New Delhi central branch in New Delhi.
When Nehru died in 1963, he had to leave the green-faced building in his will.
The last time he visited the building, he was carrying a suitcase in which he was preparing to leave a suitcase.
Neh had entrusted it to the National Museum of the Indian Administrative Service (NMIS) for conservation.3: The building is surrounded by the Indian flag, the national emblem of India, which has been used since 1947.
(Reuters)4: It was constructed by the National Development Authority in 1961, but in 1962, it was the first building in the world to be built entirely from scratch.
(Wikipedia)5: The Green House, which is a building built in the 1960s to house Nehru and his wife, Amartya Sen, was named after Nehru in honour of their commitment to social justice.
It was inaugurated on September 8, 1962.6: When the Congress Party was dissolved in 1991, the party was in a state of turmoil, and its future was in question.
The party was led by Manmachal Singh, who was a veteran politician.
The Congress party had a huge number of political defections and a lack of trust in the leadership of the country.7: The Indian government built the building in 1961 with the help of an Indian company, a partnership between the National Technical Research Organisation (NTRO) and Tata Consultancy Services.8: The project was financed by the International Finance Corporation (IFC), which has given more than Rs1.5 lakh crore to green building projects across the world.9: The first building to be constructed entirely from the ground up, the Green House is the world’s largest and one of the largest examples of a ‘multi-storey’ building.10: The ‘Green Building’ is part of the National Library in New New Delhi, which contains more than 100 million items including books, manuscripts, photographs, photographs of people and objects, and records of events in the history of the nation.