Localities of Delhi
In the past, Delhi has functioned as a primary administrative centre of assorted realms and empires. The territory was conquered, looted and reconstructed numerous times and thus widely referred as the 'city of cities'.
For the purpose of effective governance, the city of Delhi has been divided into zones by the Delhi Municipal Corporation:
- East Delhi
- West Delhi
- North Delhi
- South Delhi
- Central Delhi
Mayur ViharMayur vihar, being a residential area in East Delhi is situated across Yamuna River. It is one of the main areas of Delhi. Mayur Vihar is one of the most populous places and is full of shanties.
The distance between Mayur Vihar and Indira Gandhi International Airport is 27 km, Mayur Vihar and ISBT is 15 km, Mayur Vihar and New Delhi Railway Station is 15 km.
DwarkaDwarka is an important sub located in West Delhi. It has grown rapidly in the 21st century with Indira Gandhi International airport, Cantonment and Najafgarh Road. The area again is developed by DDA and consists of most notable schools, colleges and business schools.
Dwarka is connected with other places of Delhi via metro rail and the distance between Dwarka and ISBT is about 25 km and old Delhi Railway station is 23 km.
Chanakya PuriLocated in the heart of the capital city of Delhi, Chanakya Puri is one of the swish areas of Delhi.
The place resembles a shape of a horse shoe. This area consists of well maintained park, luxury hotels, and international schools. This place is also known as Diplomatic area as the area is beside filled with ex-patriates and diplomats.
The distance between Chanakyapuri and Indira Gandhi International airport is around 14 km.
Civil LinesCivil lines forms part of Northern Delhi. The place was named by a British when they split the region into civilians and military. Some of the popular places in this part of Delhi include Mutiny memorial, Coronation pillar, metcalfe house and Ashoka pillar.
Few parts of this place are now used for residential purposes but there are many banks, schools and many other educational institutions. The nearest bus depot is Kashmere Gate ISBT.
NoidaNew Okhla Industrial Development Authority shortly referred as Noida is situated on the bank of the Yamuna River and is same distance from Delhi and Ghaziabad.
Due to the phenomenal increase in the population of Noida over the past 20 years, the administration came up with an idea of setting up another township in the outskirts of Noida and is named as Greater Noida.
Noida Connectivity features
Noida to Indira Gandhi International Airport: 90 minutes (approx. travel time)
Noida to New Delhi Railway station/NDLS: 45 minutes
Noida to Nizamuddin Railway Station/NZM: 30 minutes
Other important localities/areas of Delhi include:East Delhi:
Central Delhi and Old Delhi: