The Punjab and Haryana High court, located in the foothills of Shivalik, serves as a common court for both the states and Chandigarh, which is the union territory. It was constructed and planned by the renowned French architect Le Corbusier, who gave the city an imperial structure and converted it into an architectural marvel.
Its brilliant structural design lures thousands of tourists, especially students of architecture, who come here to study the design and facets of this complex. The average strength of this court is 68, which consist of 38 permanent judges and 30 additional judges plus the chief Justice. Presently there are 46 judges and a chief justice, who are working in its premises.
Within its premises you can see an auditorium which has a great collection of the artifacts, documents and illustrations that describe how the High Court came into existence. For tourists who love to discover and understand the working and norms of high court, this museum is a great place to visit.