Shri Ram Centre for Performing Arts


The Shri Ram Centre for Performing Arts, or SRC, is one of Delhi's most well-known theatres and is run by the Indian National Theatre Trust. Shri Ram Centre was designed to meet function-intensive requirements on a small location. Individual purposes were imagined at different levels by the architect, who used distinct forms joined together by independent structural supports. Space containment has been maintained to a minimal on the ground floor, and areas flow out to natural flora and sunlight. The main auditorium, which is cylindrical in design, is located on the first floor. It is supported by six columns that cantilever out circumferential and radial beams.

Started, 1969