Just one hop away from Rashtrapati bhavan a memorial has been made for our first PM Nehru where he used to reside from 1889-1964 which also used to be residence of commander in chief of British army, it was designed by Robert Tor Russell who also designed connaught place, while it is a masterpiece of British and French architects and attracts students for carrying out their thesis work and tourists to Nehru planetarium and museum.
The museum and library is known as Teen Murti Bhawan, after the statues being put up in 1922 in honor of three Indian princely states Jodhpur, Hyderabad and Mysore and is spread in a 30 acre of land. Although library is open only for P.hd students end semester masters students can also enroll and it is best library in Delhi for social studies as you can find originals of C. Rajagopalachari, B. C. Roy, Jayaprakash Narayan, Charan Singh, Sarojini Naidu and Rajkumari Amrit Kaur.
Considerate about the fact that an understanding of science and technology is crucial for children for their future, Nehru liked every opportunity to be provided to them in this endeavor. In 1964, the Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund(JNMF) was set up to promote his ideas and eventually it undertook to build the Nehru Planetarium with it aim to create awareness of astronomy education. Nehru Planetarium is now known as a wing of the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library.
It was made by tughlaq as his hunting ground and is now considered as an archaeological site and a part of Nehru Memorial Museum and Library. A pond has been been made where animals use to come for water near his hunting ground.