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Tilak Nagar (Delhi)

Tilak Nagar
Tilak Nagar is located in Delhi
Tilak Nagar
Tilak Nagar
Location in Delhi, India
Country  India
State Delhi
District West Delhi
 • Body Municipal Corporation of Delhi
 • Member of Parliament Parvesh Singh Verma
 • Total 1.961 km2 (0.757 sq mi)
Elevation 219.6 m (720.5 ft)
 • Official Hindi, Punjabi, English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 110018
Lok Sabha constituency West Delhi
Civic agency South Delhi Municipal Corporation

Tilak Nagar (Hindi: तिलक नगर, Marathi: तिळक नगर, Punjabi: ਤਿਲਕ ਨਗਰ, ), Named after freedom fighter Bal Gangadhar Tilak; is a suburban area in West Delhi, India. It is approximately seventeen kilometers from the New Delhi Railway Station and twenty-two kilometers from the Indira Gandhi International Airport. Tilak Nagar is connected by the Delhi Metro to Connaught Place, making it easy for commuters to reach. It is quite popular for its market, offering a wide variety of products such as branded clothing and consumer durables. Most famous for Punjabi marriage rituals items (like Chura, Lawan Suit, Pagri, kangna, and currency garland etc.)

Tilak Nagar Vidhan Sabha Constituency elections of 2013 thrown shocking results as for entire Delhi. From here Jarnail Singh, a candidate from newly formed Aam Aadmi Party after defeating BJP candidate and this was a BJP fortress for decades.

Tilak Nagar's population largely consists of Pindi and Pishori Sikhs (Sikhs who migrated to India from cities of Rawalpindi and Peshawar (now in Pakistan) during the Partition and Punjabi Hindus, many of whom also migrated from modern-day Pakistan. Areas such as Vishnu Garden, Chand Nagar, Chowkhandi, Ashok Nagar (Delhi), Fateh Nagar, Shiv Nagar, Virender Nagar, Shahpura, Sant Nagar, and Mukherji Park make up the constituency. Its landmark is a Gurdwara, which is in the 20th block of Tilak Nagar. Tilak Nagar also has an Industrial Area near Khayalla.

The area supports two hospitals among multiple medical facilities and pharmacies. There is also a popular shopping area. The “Federation of RWA’s Tilak Nagar (Regd.)”, the RWA’s of the area have long recognized the need for better communication between RWA’s at the local level, and we are sure that this Federation will provide the structured forum needed. By participating in Federation, we all will have the opportunity to focus on local problems and join in finding solutions by networking more effectively with other members, where we can share information more effectively, mutually consider legislative needs and, by working together, provide the best possible services.

Mr. Raja Chhabra is the President of the Federation of RWAs Tilak Ngar., Mob: 9810056162.

The Times of India. Mr. Anil Khanna, President and Mr. J.P.S. Jolly (Jolly Uncle - famous Hindi writer) Sr. Vice President received this award on behalf of the association.

Pishouri Sikhs are from peshawar who belong to (the ancestors) belong to the village (pind) named PESHAWAR in Pakistan.

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