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Considered the heart of Delhi, Central Delhi is an administrative district of the National Capital Territory of India. Situated centrally, it is an important business area as well. With an area of 25 km², Central Delhi has a population of 644,005 (2001 census) and a population density of 25,759 persons per km². Surrounded by the Yamuna River on the east and by the districts of North Delhi to the north, West Delhi and South West Delhi to the west, New Delhi to the south, and East Delhi to the east across the Yamuna, Central Delhi administration is divided into 3 Sub-Divisions. They are Karol Bagh, Darya Gaj and Pahar Ganj.
Central Delhi is hub of everything, be it culture, business, fashion, shopping or sports. Blessed with several historical buildings, the Lutyen’s Bungalow Zone in Central Delhi is reckoned as a heritage area. One can find British and Mughal architecture in sprawling bungalows and monuments. The greenery and beautiful lawns are delight to your sight and soul. Notable and magnificent buildings in Central Delhi include the Parliament House, North and South Block, and President Mansion.
Plethora of attractions and sights welcomes visitors on their arrival. Admire Rashtrapati Bhavan, India Gate, Old Fort, Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Laxmi Narayan Temple, Pragati Maidan, Humayun Tomb’s, Jantar Mantar, Nizamuddin’s Tomb, Atgah Khan’s Tomb, Cathedral Church of the Redemption, Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Chaunsath Khamba, Delhi Zoo, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Khairul Manzil Masjid, Kalan Masjid, Khan-I-Jahan’s Tomb, Kahn-I-Khanan’s, Mirza Ghalib’s Tomb, Parliament House, Rajpath, Safdarjung’s Tomb, and Ugrasen-ki-Baoli.
Central Delhi is also a great place for those who love to gorge on delectable cuisines. Chandni Chawk is haven for foodie and the Parantha Wali Gali is a must visit. Some of the restaurants in Connaught Place worth visiting are Agni, Bhawani Junction, Fa Yian, Zen, T.G.I. Friday’s and others.
Tourists to Central Delhi need not worry on account of accommodation. There are numerous comfortable hotels and serviced apartments in the region. ITC Hotel Maurya Sheraton is popular among luxury travelers.
Truly, Central Delhi is the heart of Delhi!!
Areas that come under Central Delhi:
• Connaught Place
• Chandni Chowk
• Karol Bagh
• Pragati Maidan
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East Delhi is cosmopolitan, vivid and evolving every day. This part of the National Capital Territory of Delhi is nestled on the eastern bank of Yamuna River and is also named as "Trans Yamuna". With a population of around 1,448,770 (2001 census), the area hosts people from all across the country, belonging to different castes, creeds and communities. Administratively, the area’s three subdivisions are namely Gandhi Nagar, Preet Vihar, and Vivek Vihar. It is well-connected with rest of the parts of the capital and holds some of the attractions of the city.
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With highlights including but not limited to Delhi University, Old Delhi Railway Station, ISBT, Azadpur Mandi etc., North Delhi holds an unique position in the map of Delhi. Administratively divided into subdivisions such as Sadar Bazar, Kotwali and Civil Lines and with a population of 779,788 (2001 census), it is counted as one of the busy and crowded areas of the town. Many renowned educational institutions are located here and the area is conveniently connected with rest of the parts of the town.
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South Delhi is certainly a posh area of the capital with a sky-rocketing commercial and real estate value. It is nestled in the range of Aravalli Mountain, the reason why one can still spot rocky structures and clave in different parts of the area. The area has a rich historical heritage with highlights as diverse as Qutub Minar, Lotus Temple, Purana Qila, Humayun Tomb Chtrapur Mandir, Lodi garden etc. The highlights draw a good number of tourists every year. Other than historically famous, the area has rapidly developed into the most advanced part of the capital with the establishment of high-born residential apartments. The area is also a shopaholic’s delights!
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