There are several districts (called colonies) in Delhi located close to the tomb of Safdarjung, the second Nawab of Awadh, which are named for the Nawab.

Safdarjung Enclave, developed by the Delhi Land Federation or DLF in the 1960s, is located just south of the Ring Road and north of the Hauz Khas Deer Park. South of Hauz Khas village is Safdarjung Development Area, built in the 1960s as an extension south. Both colonies are primarily residential, and are bases for the affluent upper class.

Safdarjung Enclave was one of the first colonies in Delhi to be built after Partition that did not include land grants for refugees from what is now Pakistan.

The airstrip next to Safdarjung's Tomb that occupies the area between it and Safdarjung Enclave, formerly Delhi's main airport, is now known as Safdarjung Airport and is the home of the Delhi Flying Club. Many official flights for the Central and State government also leave and arrive here rather than at Delhi's main airports Palam & Indira Gandhi International.

Major Schools in Safdarjung Enclave are Green Fields School & St. Mary's School.

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