Clean and Colorful Chankyapuri @ Delhi

Chanakyapuri, meaning city of "Chanakya", is named for Chanakya, a third century BC Maurya advisor and prime minister. Chanakyapuri stands in the heart of the national capital of India, Delhi. Chanakyapuri is one of the posh areas of Delhi.The entire area of Chanakyapuri and Connaught Place constitute the central zone of Delhi.

 
Colorful Gulmohar trees on both the sides of this road in ChankyaPuri... I love this area...Clean, Green and spacious...

Chanakyapuri plays host to a majority of foreign embassies in India, and is home to a number of their staffs. Chanakyapuri is also developed as official residences for both politicians and civil servants to the Union Government. As such, it has numerous parks and open spaces...

 
Jam-free wide roads  in Chankyapuri...

The areas within the transversing sections consists mostly of foreign offices. Almost every house in the central region faces well maintained park. Facilities like safe drinking water and no power cuts ensures the pleasures of living a comfortable life.

 
One of the road connects to President's House... 

The south eastern periphery is bounded by Nehru Park. The International Hospital is located towards west Chanakyapuri and close to Cross Road 3. Chanakya Theatre falls in the extreme south east region. Hotel Ashoka and Hotel Samrat are main luxury hotels and a constant check in place for foreign tourists. Some other hotels in the vicinity are Maurya Sheraton, Taj Palace, Claridges and Diplomat. 


 

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