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Indian Institute of Advanced Study
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The Indian Institute of Advanced Study is a prestigious academic centre setup in 1965 by Prof. S Radhakrishnan the second President of India. The institute is housed in the Viceregal Lodge the former residence of the Viceroys and Governor Generals of British India.

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Rashtrapati Niwas Shimla
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Train at Shimla Station
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Shower
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