West Delhi District Map

District Map of West Delhi

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West Delhi is one of the crucial districts of Delhi and is important for handling the administration of the capital of India. The entire state of Delhi is neatly divided into 9 districts and West Delhi is just one of them.

The main head of West Delhi is the Deputy Commissioner, who looks after the essential administrative functions of the district. Like all the other Deputy Commissioners, he too reports to the Divisional Commissioner as a rule. The office of the Additional District Magistrate of West Delhi is situated in Rampura's Lawrence Road. The office of the Deputy Commissioner of West Delhi, shares the same address.

West Delhi is divided once again into 3 separate areas. The Sub Divisions of West Delhi are Punjabi Bagh, Rajouri Garden and Patel Nagar. Each of these areas are well-developed and house numerous important buildings.

There are some fabulous hotels in West Delhi and they fall under all categories. One such hotel is the Hyatt Regency in Delhi, which offers deluxe and luxurious services. The other hotels in the district are Ashok Hotel and Taj Palace Hotel. They are located close to the main commercial areas of Delhi and are thus chosen by a number of tourists.

Last Updated on : September 10, 2014



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