New Delhi is the capital city of India that also serves as the seat of the three branches of Government in India. The urban setting was built in 1911 during the Delhi Durbar when the foundation stone was laid by George V, who was the emperor then. The designs of New Delhi were done by Edwin Lutyens and Sir Herbert Baker, two famous British architects. On the thirteenth day of February 1931, Governor-General of India - Lord Irwin alongside Viceroy inaugurated the new capital’s construction. Delhi and New Delhi are two different entities, even though sometimes the two terms might occasionally be used alternatingly to refer to the National Capital Territory of Delhi. In essence, New Delhi is a part of Delhi. What is more, the National Capital Territory of Delhi, together with the adjacent districts of the neighbor states, make up the larger National Capital Region of New Delhi.