• Connectivity
    • Metro Station : Jor Bagh Station (Yellow Line)
      Lok Kalyan Marg Station (Yellow Line)
    • Distance from Airport: 10km
  • Nearby Schools:
    • The British School
      Sanskriti School
  • Hospitals
    • Primus Super Speciality Hospital
      Safdarjung Hospital
  • Shopping Destination
    • Malcha Marg Market
      Connaught Place
  • Tourist Attraction
    • National Rail Museum
    • Bhairon Temple

Chanakyapuri is an affluent locality and a diplomatic hub in South Delhi. It hosts the majority of foreign embassies, high commissions and ambassador in New Delhi. Chanakyapuri was the first major extension of New Delhi beyond Lutyens’ Delhi. Chanakyapuri houses official residences for both politicians and civil servants of the GoI. It is located near the Prime Minister’s residence.

Today Chanakyapuri is the diplomatic district of New Delhi, situated amidst a lush green expanse. It is characterized by wide avenues, landscaped round about, eclectic architecture, diplomatic missions, government housing, international schools and some of Delhi’s finest and oldest 5-star hotels. These include the Hotel Ashok, Hotel Samrat, the Maurya Sheraton, Taj Palace, Claridges, the Leela Palace. 

The diplomatic enclave is the residential districts within Chanakyapuri, a favourite residential option for diplomats, bureaucrats and affluent Indians. The area enjoys the best civic amenities in the city. The majority of the houses and apartments are around Malcha Marg and Rajdoot Marg which divide the crescents around which the plots are located. Thus every property looks into a park or a green belt. The plots vary from 375 Sq.yds to 800 Sq.yds and offer residential apartment in the range of 1600 Sq.ft to 3000 Sq.ft.

Major roads in Chanakyapuri include Shanti Path, Nyaya Marg, Niti Marg, Chandragupta Marg and Panchsheel Marg. In addition to these, the Ring Road traverses the southern expanse of the neighbourhood and intersects National Highway 8 on the border with neighbouring Dhaula Kuan. Sardar Patel Marg marks the Western periphery, while the Chanakya Cinema complex, which lies beyond Nehru Park, forms the south-western perimeter. The Delhi Ring Railway stops at Chanakyapuri, while Lok Kalyan Marg metro station and Jor Bagh metro station are the nearest stations of Delhi Metro.