Ashok Vihar

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Not to be confused with Ashok Vihar, Delhi.

Ashok Vihar is a residential neighborhood in the North West district of Delhi.[1][2] Situated along the Ring Road, Delhi, the locality is divided into 4 phases and is home to a market known as Deep market.


There are several schools in Ashok Vihar which includes Mata Jai Kaur Public School, Kulachi Hansraj Model School, Montfort Senior Secondary School and Maharaja Agarsain Public School.Also two University of Delhi colleges are located here which are - Satyawati College and Lakshmibai College.[3]


Ashok Vihar is easily accessible as it is well connected through road and public transport.Further its connectivity has been enhanced by two Delhi Metro stations namely Keshav Puram and Kanhiya Nagar both of them situated on Red Line, and Delhi Transport Corporation buses No 166 (Shalimar Bagh to Palika Kendra), 181(A)(Jahangir Puri to Nizzamudin Rly. Station), 142(Jahangir Puri to I.S.B.T.) and 235 (Wazirpur J.J. Colony to Nand Nagri) and in addition one Metro feeder bus (Inderlok Metro Station to Azad Pur Metro Station)


There are many shops & showrooms in Ashok Vihar like Mall TVR, Mauve Story, Levi's, Cromā, Reliance Digital Xpress.Also many car showrooms like Honda, Maruti Suzuki,Hyundai,Fiat etc are located in Wazirpur Industrial area which is in close vicinity to Ashok Vihar making it one of the most diversified locations for car buyers.Eateries like Pizza Hut, Dominos, Subway, Cafe Coffee Day and Sagar Ratna are also present.

Hospitals and Dispensaries[edit]

The main hospitals are Maharaja Agarsain Hospital, SunderLal Jain Hospital, Jivodaya Hospital and Deep Chand Bandhu Government Hospital.An Ayurvedic dispensary has been set up by Government of Delhi.Also C.G.H.S. dispensary is located here.


  1. ^ "200 bed hospital in Ashok Vihar soon". The Times of India. Jun 21, 2003. Retrieved 1 July 2013. 
  2. ^ "Builder floors in Model Town and Ashok Vihar url =". Indian Express. Dec 8, 2006. 
  3. ^ "Satyawati College". University of Delhi website. Retrieved July 1, 2013.