Chanakyapuri is an affluent neighborhood in New Delhi, located about 14 km. from Delhi Airport. Chanakyapuri, meaning city of "Chanakya", is named for Chanakya, a third century BC Maurya advisor and prime minister.

Chanakyapuri plays host to a majority of foreign embassies in India, and is home to a number of their staffs. Chanakyapuri was also developed as official residences for both politicians and civil servants to the Union Government. As such, it has numerous parks and open spaces, and is also located near to the Prime Minister's Residence.

Most of the foreign missions in Chanakyapuri are located on Shanti Path, Nyaya Marg, Niti Marg, Chandragupta Marg, Satya Marg. Major residential areas are Panchsheel Marg, Kautilya Marg, Malcha Marg, Rajdoot Marg and Dharam Marg. Mix of large and small plots, size varies from 375 Square yards to 2000 Square Yards.

In addition, the Ring Road traverses immediately south of the neighborhood and intersects with National Highway 8 on the border of Chanakyapuri and neighboring Dhaula Kuan.

The Delhi Ring Railway has a stop at Chanakyapuri. After the completion of Delhi Metro, the closest stop will be at Dhaula Kuan or Moti Bagh.

Amongst the embassies, there are considerable architectural delights:

Chanakyapuri is also home to

Chanakyapuri also has a number of hotels and services catering to both foreign and affluent domestic visitors to Delhi. Some of these include the Hotel Ashok, Hotel Samrat, Maurya Sheraton, Taj Palace and Diplomat.

Primus is the only hospital located in this neighborhood.

Rental Trends

Accomodation Rent (INR)
Independent bungalows 400,000.00 onwards
3/4 bedroom apartments 175,000.00 onwards
3/4 bedroom apartments (Brand New) 325,000.00 onwards


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