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Neighbourhoods of Delhi

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Title: Neighbourhoods of Delhi  
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Subject: Delhi, District Centres of Delhi, Gandhi Nagar, Delhi, Ashram Chowk, Laxmibai Nagar
Collection: Lists of Neighbourhoods in Indian Cities, Neighbourhoods of Delhi
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Neighbourhoods of Delhi

Map showing the nine districts of Delhi.

Delhi is a vast city and is home to a population of more than 16 million people. It is a microcosm of India and its residents belong to varied ethnic, religious and linguistic groups. As the second-largest city in (and the capital of) the nation, its nine districts comprise multiple neighborhoods. The large expanse of the city comprises residential districts that range from poor to affluent, and small and large commercial districts, across its municipal extent. This is a list of major neighborhoods in the city and only pertains to the National Capital Territory of Delhi. It is not complete, and outlines the various neighborhoods based on the different districts of the metropolis.


  • North West Delhi 1
  • North Delhi 2
  • North East Delhi 3
  • Central Delhi 4
  • New Delhi 5
  • East Delhi 6
  • South Delhi 7
  • South West Delhi 8
  • West Delhi 9
  • National Capital Region 10
  • See also 11
  • References 12
  • External links 13

North West Delhi

North Delhi

North East Delhi

Central Delhi

New Delhi

East Delhi

South Delhi

South West Delhi

West Delhi

National Capital Region

See also


  1. ^ "Colony that abuts wonders of history". Hindustan Times. August 17, 2013. Retrieved 2013-08-18. 

External links

  • Govt. of New Delhi
  • "Urban agglomerations/cities having population 1 million and above" (PDF). Provisional population totals, census of India 2011. Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India. 2011. Retrieved 26 January 2012.
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