Nehru Place is a large commercial, IT Hardware center in Delhi, India. Nehru Place is an important commercial area in South Delhi and houses the headquarters of several Indian firms and rivals with other financial centers in the metropolis like Connaught Place, Gurgaon, Bhikaji Cama Place, Rajendra Place and NOIDA. It is a major information technology hub of South Asia.
Nehru Place is accessible by all forms of public transport, as it lies next to the Outer Ring Road, an road that encompasses major parts of South Delhi, and the bus services are very frequent, usually once every ten to fifteen minutes. Private taxis are also available, as well as a paid parking for cars and motorcycles. The famous Baha’i faith Lotus temple is also located close by. Now Nehru place is accessible by Delhi Metro. The nearest metro stations include Nehru place and Kalkaji Mandir.
- Has its own Delhi-Metro Station on Violet Line(Central Secretariat to Badarpur)
- 30 minutes from Nizamuddin Railway Station
- 1 hr from New Delhi Railway Station
- It has its own bus terminal, popularly known as Nehru Place Bus Terminal.