Safdarjung (Delhi)

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Safdarjung area consists of mainly two localities in South Delhi, namely Safdarjung Enclave and Safdarjung Development Area (SDA).[2][3] There are several districts (called colonies) in Delhi located south to the tomb of Safdarjung, the second Nawab of Awadh, and an important administrator in the Mughal Imperial courts in Delhi, under Muhammad Shah in the 18th century.

Safdar Jung
Safdar Jung is located in Delhi
Safdar Jung
Safdar Jung
Location in Delhi, India
Coordinates: 28°33′48″N 77°11′28″E / 28.563286°N 77.191155°E / 28.563286; 77.191155Coordinates: 28°33′48″N 77°11′28″E / 28.563286°N 77.191155°E / 28.563286; 77.191155
DistrictSouth Delhi
MetroNew Delhi
 • OfficialHindi
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
110029 [1]
Planning agencySDMC
Safdarjung's tomb, Delhi, after which the area is named

Safdarjung EnclaveEdit

Durga Puja celebrations, Matri Mandir, Safdarjung Enclave, Delhi, 2014

Safdarjung Enclave, developed by the Delhi Lease and Finance later DLF Limited after acquiring the farm lands from Humayunpur Village in the early 1960s under then Prime Minister Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru is located just south of the Ring Road and north of the Hauz Khas Deer Park. South of Hauz Khas village is Safdarjung Development Area (SDA), built in the 1960s as an extension towards south. Both colonies are primarily residential.

Safdarjung Enclave built after Partition did not include land grants for refugees from what is now Pakistan.

The airstrip next to Safdarjung's Tomb that occupies the area between it and Safdarjung Enclave, formerly Delhi's main airport, is now known as Safdarjung Airport and is the home of the Delhi Flying Club. Many official flights for the Central and State government also leave and arrive here rather than at Delhi's main airports Palam & Indira Gandhi International.

Major Schools in Safdarjung EnclaveEdit

--Hospitals in Safdarjung Enclave--

Major Schools in SDAEdit

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Pin code 110029, Safdarjung Enclave S.O Post Office in South West Delhi, Delhi".
  2. ^ "Television crew from Taiwan were shooting for travel show". Indian Express. 20 September 2010.
  3. ^ "RS MPs still looking for a plot". The Times of India. 12 January 2006. Archived from the original on 25 September 2012.
  4. ^ "St. Paul's School, Safdarjung Development Area". The Hindu. 20 July 2007. Archived from the original on 19 March 2011.

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