Dwarka Mor metro station

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Dwarka Mor
द्वारका मोड़
Delhi Metro station
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Coordinates 28°37′09″N 77°02′00″E / 28.619299°N 77.033440°E / 28.619299; 77.033440
Platforms Side
Tracks 2
Structure type Elevated
Opened 31 December 2005
Preceding station   Delhi Metro   Following station
Blue Line

The Dwarka Mor (Hindi: द्वारका मोड़) Metro Station is located on the Blue Line of the Delhi Metro. Dwarka Mor station of the Delhi Metro is near the Kakrola Mor. It is also the nearest metro station to Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, a premier engineering college in India and new campus of deen dayal upadhyay college,one of the best college of delhi university.[1]

It is approximately twenty five kilometers from the New Delhi Railway Station and thirteen kilometers from the Indira Gandhi International Airport. Dwarka Mor metro station is connected by the Delhi Metro to Connaught Place,[2] making it easy for commuters to reach.

Dussehra Celebration[edit]

New Light Club[3] is one of the finest club of West Delhi and has been organizing Dussehra[4] Celebration[5] (Vijayadashami) since 2007 at Jain Road, Street No.12, Dwarka Mor, New Delhi. Mr. Gagan Talwar is the Founder [6] of this club and he was working as Sr. Consultant - Cyber Security[7][8] at Ideapot Technologies,[9] and Currently he is the Director & founder of Regatta Solution Private Limited; He is also working as Independent Cyber Crime Investigator with many Law Enforcement Agencies in India, like Delhi Police, Crime Branch etc.


  1. ^ "Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology".  Near Dwarka Mor Metro Station
  2. ^ "Dwarka Mor Map Guide".  Maps of India
  3. ^ "New Light Club". Official Website
  4. ^ "Dussehra Celebration".  Video 2012
  5. ^ "Dussehra Celebration".  Organised by New Light Club
  6. ^ "Founder of New Light Club". 
  7. ^ "Gagan Talwar".  Cyber Security Consultant
  8. ^ "Cyber Security Tips by Gagan Talwar".  in Bharat Citizen (National Newspaper)
  9. ^ "Ideapot".  Official Website.