Here’s How Much You Would Get To Holiday If You Were The President Of India

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
Here’s How Much You Would Get To Holiday If You Were The President Of India

India’s President Ram Nath Kovind’s term is about to end and the presidential elections are being planned. We are wondering about the travel privileges of being The President while both the ruling and opposition parties seek to build consensus around candidates for the eagerly anticipated elections scheduled for June 18. Well if you too are as curious as us to know about the travel perks, keep reading. 

Choice of Two Vacation Retreats

In case you are the Indian President, you will find two vacation retreats to choose from, one in the north and another in the south. 

1. The Retreat Building in Mashobra, Shimla

The President visits The Retreat at least once a year. The Retreat is located on the Mashobra hilltop in a picturesque setting. It is one of the most popular destinations because of its architecture and natural beauty. The structure is made of dajji walls and wood. 

2. Rashtrapati Nilayam in Bolarum, Hyderabad

Rashtrapati Nilayam is a single-storey building with about 11 rooms spread across 90 acres of land. President visits this place at least once in a here with the core office. The place has a Dining Hall, Cinema Hall, Darbar Hall and a Morning Room. 

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Cars Of Indian President Gets Updated With Technology And Time

President Ram Nath Kovind’s new car Mercedes Maybach S600 Pullman Guard got delayed because of the pandemic and received before Independence day. Along with the black Mercedes Maybach, several other vehicles are part of the President’s motorcade. One of the vehicles in this convoy is the former presidential car, a black Mercedes-Benz armoured limousine that can serve as a backup. 

Pic Credits: Cartoq

Also, after the President retires he gets a lifetime of free train or air travel with a companion. 

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