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Institute of Advanced Study Cafeteria
India

Housed in the estate of the old Viceregal Lodge or Rashtrapati Niwas as it is now called, the Indian Institute of Advanced Study is a residential centre for "free and creative enquiry into fundamental problems of deep human significance"

This little cafe beneath the main building solves the more immediate problems of life by serving yummy fresh omelets, snacks, tea and coffee to weary travelers who have walked over 4 Kilometers down the mall to view the old place.

Copyright: C B Arun Kumar
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Uploaded: 18/04/2013
Updated: 15/09/2014
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