An architecturally powerful new capital for the state of Punjab was the joint dream of Indian prime minister Jawarharlal Nehru and architect Le Corbusier. They signed a contract to work together on Chandigarh’s Capitol Complex in 1950. It ultimately comprised three of Corbu’s most dramatic buildings: the High Court, first to be finished; the Secretariat, the largest at almost 800 feet long; and, most masterful, the Legislative Assembly. Many decades later, what are they like? That had been a difficult question to answer, because photography was heavily restricted. Finally, designer-photographer Shaun Fynn obtained permission to take the pictures shown in Chandigarh Revealed: Le Corbusier’s City Today.