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Nizamuddin West is a gated, posh centrally located residential colony of South-Central Delhi. It is a historic bustling neighbourhood and one the greenest, safest and quietest colonies in Central Delhi having lots of parks and trees. The colony is rapidly developing and the prices of the colony are expected to soar quite fast in the coming years with increasing interest being shown by investors. With the opening of the Nizamuddin Metro Station on the pink line the prices of the floors have increased further. It is a very livable colony and one of the safest colonies of New Delhi. The residents enjoy 24x7 water and power supply. With rapid urbanization and re-construction of old plots by builders, the colony has attained a chic and neat look and has become increasingly sought after to due to its prime location and quiet nature. The colony has wide roads, greenery and is in close proximity to all major amenities and markets of South and Central Delhi. The neighborhood benefits from excellent connectivity to all important places like railway station, Sunder nursery, Humayun's Tomb, airport and business districts. The buyer profile is largely skewed towards the senior management of corporates, software professionals, doctors, advocates, chartered accountants and the business class. It is also highly coveted by corporates looking to open their offices and guest houses.
The Nizamuddin West locality located in Central Delhi is named after 13th century Sufi saint, Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya, whose shrine or dargah in Urdu is situated within the area. With the opening of the Nizamuddin Metro Station on the Pink Line, the prices of the colony are expected to rise further.
The colony has been home to noted writers, scholars and freedom fighters in the past. Noted Islamic scholar and peace activist, Padam Bhushan Maulana Wahiduddin Khan lives here. The first Chief Executive Councillor of Delhi and veteran freedom fighter Padma Shri Mir Mushtaq Ahmad resided here. Amarnath Vidyalankar, freedom fighter and former MP was also a resident.
- The tomb of Nizamuddin Auliya
- The Jama 'at-Khana-Masjid or Khalji mosque built by built in 1325 by Khizr Khan, son of Alauddin Khalji
- The shrine to Amir Khusrow
- The grave of the 19th-century Urdu poet Mirza Ghalib and the adjacent Ghalib Academy
- The tomb of Khan i Jahan Tilangani.
- Kalan Masjid
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