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Sunday sentiment at Raj Bhawan

With a view to bridging the gap with the common people, the Arunachal Pradesh Raj Bhawan will remain open on every Sunday. According to information, the people, especially school children would have the opportunity to tour the compound. The visitors may report at Helipad Gate at least 15 minutes before 12.00, 1.00 pm and 2.00 pm. The visitors will be ushered-in, in batches, guided by student volunteers of Department of Tourism, Rajiv Gandhi Polytechnic, Itanagar.

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