“ A hive of daily activity, packed with judges, barristers and other cogs in the Indian justice system, the High Court is an elegant 1848 neo-Gothic building. The design was inspired by a German castle and was obviously intended to dispel any doubts about the authority of the justice dispensed inside. ”
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10.45am-2pm & 2.45-5pm Mon-Fri
Visitors are permitted to explore the building and attend cases. Inside it’s quite a spectacle, with court officials kitted out in starched white tunics offset with red cummerbunds and scarlet berets, while robed barristers strut about with their chests puffed out.
No photography is permitted; cameras have to be left with guards at the entrance.