There are 24 High Courts in India, Calcutta High Court is the oldest High Court and The Madras,Allahabad and Bombay High Court are oldest four High Courts in India. These High Courts have some of the most amazing buildings in the country along with Jharkhand High Court,Punjab and Haryana High Court,Andhra Pradesh High Court, Odisha High Court,Jharkhand High Court and Rajasthan High Court.
The High Court of Delhi was established on 31 October 1966 and has six district courts that functioning under.
Allahabad High Court has jurisdiction over Uttar Pradesh and one of the first high courts established in India. High court at High court is the biggest court in Asia with maximum number of serving judges and lawyers.
Bombay High Court is one of the oldest High Courts of India and one of the most distinguished High Courts in the country.
Calcutta High Court is the oldest High Court in India and the building’s design is based on the Cloth Hall of Ypres in Belgium.
Karnataka High Court is located in Bangalore capital city over a red brick building known as Attara Kacheri. The two storied building of stone and brick, painted red.
The High Court of the state of Gujarat was established on 1 May 1960 located at Ahmedabad. Ahmedabad High Court has one of the most beautiful building in the state.
Madhya Pradesh High Court at Jabalpur is located at Civil Lines and well known for the iconic building painted in blue.
High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad is common High Court of the Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. The High Court stands on the south bank of the River Musi and has one of the finest buildings in India in Saracenic style.
Kerala High Court is the highest court in the Indian state of Kerala and has a new multi storied building inaugurated on 11 February 2006 and equipped with modern amenities.
Madras High Court is one of the four oldest High Courts in India, situated in Chennai. The building of Madras High Court is an exquisite example of Indo-Saracenic style of architecture.
Supreme Cour of India is located at Tilak Marg New Delhi and takes up appeals primarily against verdicts of the High Courts of various states of the Union.