The earthquake's rapid and unexpected nature exacerbates its psychological impact, shaking people's morale. The destruction caused by earthquakes will be most effectively mitigated if structures are designed to be earthquake-resistant in the first place. The current study compares four distinct seismic resistant models with dimensions of 35 m*5 m*45.7 m (G + 9) taking Zone IV (Delhi), Response Spectrum Analysis according to clause 7.7 & 7.7.5 of IS 1893 (part 1): 2016 and stiffness modifiers from Table 6 of IS 16700: 2017 with Model 1 using ETABS. Model 2 has shear walls on the four outer edges. Model 3 is isolated with a lead rubber bearing (LRB) by considering a separate design for LRB from the base reactions of the fixed base model (Model 1), and Model 4 is isolated with a friction pendulum isolator bearing (FPB), with the design of FPB also included. Model 5 includes fluid viscous dampers on all four corner faces. When compared to Model 1 (2.227 sec), the time period increased by 52.45% (3.395 sec), 25.73% (2.8 sec), and decreased by 21.87% (1.74 sec), 50.47% (1.103 sec) in Models 3,4,5, and 2, respectively, suggesting that Model 3 is more flexible, causing the structure to be seismic resistant. Comparison graphs for base shear, storey stiffness, modal time-period, storey drift, and storey displacement are proposed.