Shahdara is one of the oldest towns of Delhi, and is one of the most popular settlements of East Delhi. This town of Delhi lies by the borders of Uttar Pradesh.

Attractions of Shahdara

Shahdara is frequented by large number of tourists, because it still consists of the remains of the Mughal Empire, which used to exist in this part of Delhi. Another important attraction of Shahdara is the 'Chota Bazaar', which is located in one of the oldest market place of this town. This is one of the busiest bazaars of Deli, as it remains crowded with enthusiast tourists almost through out the year. Other than the 'Chota Market', there are other shopping zones in Shahdara. Silampur, Vivek Vihar and Dilshad Garden all are situated in this town. .

Shahdara Transportation

It is not a problem reaching this town of Delhi. People can conveniently travel down to this town from any part of Delhi, as it is well connected to the rest of the city by an efficient system of transportation. Shahdara is Delhi Metro's starting point. The nearest railway station of Delhi is at a distance of 30 minutes from this town. It is only five minutes away from the Shahdara Metro Railway Station. It is also important to mention here that the nearest international airport is only one and a half hours drive from Shahdara.

Shahdara is one of the important and oldest settlements of Delhi, providing shelter to a major part of the population of Delhi

Last Updated on 1 March 2013



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