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Mayur Vihar

Mayur Vihar
Mayur Vihar from Metro Station
Mayur Vihar from Metro Station
Mayur Vihar is located in Delhi
Mayur Vihar
Location in Delhi, India
Country India
State Delhi
District East Delhi
 • Body Municipal Corporation Of Delhi
 • Official Hindi, English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Nearest city New Delhi
Lok Sabha constituency East Delhi
Vidhan Sabha constituency Mayur Vihar
Civic agency Municipal Corporation Of Delhi

Mayur Vihar is a residential area in East Delhi, situated just across the Yamuna River from the rest of Delhi. As the name suggests, it is the dwelling (vihar) of the peacock (mayur). Mayur Vihar is a relatively recent development of Delhi that was developed in three phases. It is well connected by high-frequency buses and has its own station, 'Mayur Vihar metro station' on the blue line of the Delhi Metro.


  • Phases in Mayur Vihar 1
    • Education 1.1
  • Mayur Vihar Phase II 2
  • Mayur Vihar Phase III 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Phases in Mayur Vihar

  • Phase 1 : It is situated between Pandavnagar, Old Patparganj, Trilokpuri, Chilla Village, Chilla DDA Janata Flats and River Yamuna. Phase I has DDA flats (organized into Pockets I-V) and Housing Co-Operative Society Buildings (e.g., Hindustan Apartments, CGHS Apartments). The first immigrants to Phase I were mainly in Pocket III and Pocket I in the early 1980s. Later, Pocket II, Pocket IV (near metro station) and Pocket V were developed. The nearest village is known as Chilla Gaon that is now surrounded by housing societies. Sadar Apartments is one of the oldest apartments in the locality.

Mayur Vihar Phase 1 also has the oldest and biggest church which is St. John's Orthodox Church in Pocket 3.

Another Hindu temple is Shri Subha Siddhi Vinayaka Mandir Society which was registered in June 1990 in Pocket - IV, Mayur Vihar, Phase-1, Delhi - 110091. In 1996, action was taken to construct a proper permanent Sannadhi for housing Lord Vinayaka, as the Principal Deity. Thus the primary structure came into being, having First Floor and Vimanam (Panch-Dala) erected thereon. Kumbabishekam was performed in February 1997. In 1991, 2 more Sannadhis, one for Navagrahas and the other for Lord Hanuman were added. In 1997, in keeping with the general sentiments of the devotees, one more Sannadhi for Shiv Parivar was added to commence regular Pradosh-Kala Pujas for Lord Shiva. In the same year, the temple was sanctified with the venerable presence of Great Spiritual Gurus (3 Sankaracharyas) simultaneously who performed Abhishekam for the deity, by their own hands. In 2005, another important decision was taken to construct an exclusive Sannadhi for Lord Subrahmanya (Murugar) for which construction was commenced. [2]

Other places of worship includes a Sikh Gurdwara and Shirdi Sai Temple. The Sikh Gurdwara on the east side of Pocket III near police station was burnt during the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. The Gurdwara has been repaired and restored now. Opposite of Gurudwara Bengali community Kali Temple is situated name as Kali Bari Mayur Vihar Samity. The Bengali Community perform Durga Puja which is well known in Delhi.

Mayur Vihar Pocket I office and shopping complex

Pocket 3 Market has a highly reputed and oldest (Since 1982) Departmental and Grocery store Prem Chand Sunil Garg Provision store (Tel: 011-22710970), Shop No.11 and 12, at Pocket 3 Market, Shopping Complex, Mayur Vihar, Phase-1, Delhi-110091. It offers wide range of quality products, lower rates than others (offer discounts on most of the items), free home delivery, above board (honest) in all their dealings with the customers. Moreover, open all days (Monday to Sunday) from 10 am to 9:30 pm. Best price shop for quality Pulses, Rice, Sugar, Edible Oil, Soaps and Detergents, Biscuits, Namkeen etc.

Pocket 3 Market also have a Post Office, Rajeev Sweets one of the best Sweet Shops of Delhi, Famous Chakki Ka Atta ( Laxmi Flour Mill ), Highly famed Dr. Srinivasan (General Physician Doctor), Syscom Computers the most Trusted Computer/Laptop Shop in the Area, Upkar Chemist the Pharmacy / Chemist Shop that has all medicines, which are authentic and stored as per required standards. It stores enough drugs so that necessary drugs are available at all the times.

The most popular market area is the 'Acharya Niketan' market which houses brands of various commodities. One day of the week (typically a day when shops are closed), an evening market is organized where local residents can buy vegetables and other day-to-day things. More contemporary shopping mall (Star City) has various clothing stores (Reliance Retail) and restaurants as the major attraction.

Mayur Vihar Phase I is a green area with many parks and gardens. Local residents can be seen doing exercises in the morning, playing cards (by senior citizens) and cricket by youngsters during the day. One can find a large number of retired people living in this place. Prior to 1985 the people came here and bought houses at a very low cost; now the prices have gone up due to the coming of Metro and other amenities in the area. Pocket V of the mayur Vihar was latest colony allotted and developed by the DDA. It is on the Main Mother Dairy Road just opp to Sanjay Lake.


Preschools in Mayur Vihar Phase I are Bachpan Play School and Day care,[1] Rising Stars Pre School & Day Care, Gurukul First Step Towards Learning Pre School. Schools in Mayur Vihar Phase I are ASN Senior Secondary School,[2] Ahlcon Public School,[3] Ahlcon International School,[4] Queen Mary's School,[5] Rishabh Public School

Mayur Vihar Phase II

Mayur Vihar Phase-II is situated adjacent to Sanjay Lake Park and NH24 highway that connects UP to Delhi. It is the first purely residential community that can be accessed across the Yamuna from NH24. Phase 2 was set up in 1984 and continues to be one of the most sought after localities in East Delhi. It was designed in 1984 in a way that each flat/apartment faces a park or green belt.The whole area is divided into "pockets" alphabetically named A, B, C, D, E and F. The Sanjay Jheel Park increases the aesthetic sense of this complex forming the boundaries of the locality in two sides, NH24 one and East Vinod Nagar and Kalyan Vas the fourth. Over the last few years, good care has been taken for the upkeep of the gardens and lawns, trails and play areas.

Locality and Conveniences Phase II has shopping markets developed by DDA in Pockets C, A and E. In addition, Pocket B has a Local Shopping Complex. Residents have easy access to hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, diagnostic labs, and chemist shops. Beside, Bal Bhavan Public School,two Government schools, a private college, residents have access to other public schools in Central, East Delhi and Noida. There are nearby post office, police stations, BSES, DJB, RTO, large offices within 1 to 1.5 km. Nearby areas like Vinod Nagar, Kalyan Vas, Trilokpuri, Kalyan Puri and Pandav Nagar, provide much necessary support on utility services, housekeeping and hardware, wholesale groceries and flea markets (mandis) etc. Within Mayur Vihar Phase 2, there are large banks, restaurants, eat -out joints, hospitals ( Virmani, Bimla Devi), nursing homes, old citizens club, vocational center, fitness/sports centers, branded retail outlets, coaching centers which cater to the needs of the locality as well as account for visitors from nearby locations. The gated flavor of the residential area nevertheless has ensured that unnecessary public footfall through shopping malls/movie centers/transit areas/utility and business centers are not present within the main residential space, while enabling members from all ages and walks of life to intermingle socially.

Community and Culture Phase II has many religious and community based institutions and makes Phase II the apt example of a completely secular, heterogeneous and vibrant melting pot of communities. While Phase II has acquired a cosmopolitan character over the years, a sizeable residential population of individuals from diverse religious groups and regions of India makes it offer a rich multi-cultural environment and rich diversity unique in its kind to the people living in the place. Neelam Mata Temple is identified as a major landmark for Phase-II. Purbo Delhi Kali Bari, Arya Samaj Mandir, Radha Soami Satsang Beas, Ganesh Mandir, Ram Mandir, Masjid, Gurudwara have flourished with the residents throughout the 30+ years. There are social communities of Tamils, Bengalis, Sikhs, Baniyas who ensure that the festivities happen across the year. All Pockets have their own Resident Welfare Associations (RWA) which work for the development and upkeep of their area for residents, including security, local issues, maintenance and cleansing.

Location and Approximate Distances: With the Delhi Metro Phase 3, Mayur Vihar Phase 2 would have a dedicated station inside Pocket C on the Mukundpur-ShivVihar line by 2016, though it would be named Vinod Nagar East (likely due to the voter base considerations). Anand Vihar Inter State Bus terminal (ISBT) is the nearest Bus Depot with it being at a distance of approximately 4 km is quite close too. Bus Route nos. 307-A, 319, 348(Terminate),349(Terminate),542 & 543 (in NH-24)and 391 having Mayur Vihar Phase 2 stoppages. There are RTVs and DMRC connectivity routes additionally.

Mayur Vihar Phase 2 is close to Akshardham, Patparganj Noida Sector 18, Preet Vihar, Laxmi Nagar, Indirapuram, Noida Sector 62 office areas, while having the proximity to Khan Market, Kaka Nagar, Lajpat Nagar, Pragati Maidan, Friends Colony on the other side of the Yamuna .

Akshardham:3   Anand Vihar:3   CP:12 km, Noida 7 km, Khan Market: 10  Maharani Bagh: 9 km, Laxmi Nagar: 5 km, New Delhi Railway Station: 12 km, Old Delhi Railway Station: 12 km, Nizam-Ud-Din Railway Station and Sarai Kale Khan Bus Terminal: 7 km, Maharana Pratap ISBT: 12 km, Anand Vihar ISBT and Railway Station: 7 km, Airport: 35 km.

Mayur Vihar Phase III

Mayur Vihar Phase-III Delhi 110096 is located close to NOIDA border on one side, Kondli and Kalyanpuri on the other side. The LIG ( Lesser Income Group ) Flats are divided into 3 Pockets, A-1, A-2, A-3. Also HIG ( High Income Group ) complex is named as SFS Flats and pockets are named from A-D. Other than this, MIG ( Medium Income Group) housing complexes are also situated here. They are named in sequences of pocket-1-6. Inside the MIG complex is the expandable LIG housing which is pocket-2,4.

New MIG Flats, Sector-G is a newly developed society with around 480 flats and is located just opposite to SFS flats, pocket D. Nearby Landmarks are HDFC Bank, Smriti Vana and Indane Gas Agency. One should know that there is difference in 'MIG Flats' and 'NEW MIG FLATS' Click here to locate New MIG Flats

There are three villages in M.V.P. 3 Dallupura, Kondli and Gharoli. Villages are also dominated with gurjar dedha gotra.

It is nearby Maharaja Agrasain College D.U. And Ryan International School.

Mayur Vihar-3 also consists of Janta Housing Complexes which lie near the main bus stand. They are numbered from B1-8 and C1-2, etc.

Mayur Vihar-3 can be accessed by three main entrances. One of the main entrances is via the NOIDA mod near to Sector 11 Noida, which is also called NEW Kondli mod. It provides access to both NOIDA as well as Delhi, towards Vasundhara Enclave. The second one connects Mayur Vihar-3 via Kondli-Gharoli dairy farm towards Kalyan Puri. The third one is via Sector 11 Noida which connects Noida Sector-12/22 with Mayur Vihar-3. It can also be reached via the barren land lying between Ghazipur and the proposed paper mart site.


  1. ^ "Bachpan Play School". Retrieved 2015-05-23. 
  2. ^ "ASN Sr. Secondary School, Mayur Vihar". Retrieved 2014-05-07. 
  3. ^ "Ahlcon Public School , Mayur Vihar Ph - 1 Delhi 110091". 2012-11-07. Retrieved 2014-05-07. 
  4. ^ "Welcome to the Ahlcon International School". 2014-02-19. Retrieved 2014-05-07. 
  5. ^ "QMS Mayur Vihar". QMS Mayur Vihar. Retrieved 2014-05-07. 

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