|• Body||Delhi Municipality|
|• Official||Hindi, English|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Lok Sabha constituency||Nizamuddin East|
|Vidhan Sabha constituency||Nizammuddin East|
|Planning agency||Delhi Municipality|
Nizamuddin East is an upscale residential colony in Delhi, India. It is located on Mathura Road and is home to Humayun's Tomb, one of Delhi's most famous monuments, as well as that of Abdul Rahim Khan-I-Khana. It is considered to be one of New Delhi,s greenest and most peaceful residential colonies. The colony having 286 houses, including Jaipur Estate, and 32 public parks.
Inside the colony is a small center of the Arya Samaj.
There is a small commercial strip in the colony, with several grocers, a cafe, an internet and telephone facility, a tailor, beauty salon, a pharmacy, and a small eatery. The Resident Welfare Association has a Community Centre for residents with sports facilities like tennis, basketball, table tennis, badminton and pool. The Nizamuddin East Colony Association President is Rahul Sawhny and the Secretary is Sunil Vadehra.
Nizamuddin has been home to many interesting people. Former Chief Minister of Delhi, Sheila Dikshit, Election Commissioner, Navin Chawla, Artists Anjolie Ela Menon, and Vasudeo S. Gaitonde, Jatin Das and his daughter, actor Nandita Das, B. C. Sanyal, his architect son in law K. T. Ravindran, and fellow member of School of Planning and Architecture Ram Sharma, artist couple Paramjit Singh and Arpita Singh, the writer Dom Moraes and his wife, actor Leela Naidu 'Rajya Sabha' Member of Parliament, M. S. Gill, retired civil servant Arun Bhatnagar, Anwar Ahmad Khan Appellate tribunal for electricity, Hotelier, Francis Wacziarg and his partner Aman Nath of the Neemrana Hotels chain, Museologist Ratna Fabri, Stephane Landier have all lived in Nizamuddin East. The Benegals, Som Benegal writer theatre critic and journalist and his son, filmmaker Dev Benegal nephew of Shyam Benegal and legendary documentary film maker S Sukhdev were also residents.
The neighborhood is also popular, along with nearby Defence Colony, among journalists including for example the BBC journalist Mark Tully and his girlfriend, Indian Express editor Ajit Bhattacharjea and correspondents for the New York Times and Le Figaro.
Nizamuddin East is home to one of the New Delhi's YMCAs, as well as the Nizamuddin East train station.
The Delhi state transport runs buses to this suburb.