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Madan Mohan’s Malviya

Malviya Nagar, named after the noted freedom fighter Madan Mohan Malviya, is situated between Saket and Hauz Khas, and still manages to be relatively inexpensive. It happens to be home to Delhi Police’s training school as well.

  • Things to look forward
    • Amandeep
    • Male
    • Student

    Reviewed 2 years, 0 months, 29 days ago

    I've been living in Malviya Nagar for past 1 year as a student of MBA in FORE School of Management. I enjoy playing cricket, hanging out with friends and watching hollywood movies. And that's why I like the crowd and hanging out places in this area. There are lot of restaurants nearby like Chacha Chatore, Papi Paet, Subway, Dominos, Motilal Sweet House and many others. Transport is easy due to Metro. Though there is a shortage of parking facilities, it's a quiet and well-arranged place to live in.

    • Garv
    • Male
    • Student

    Reviewed 2 years, 0 months, 9 days ago

    I have been staying in Sheikh Sarai Phase-2 for over a month now for the purpose of pursuing my internship in the city. It's a common locale which is more than just being common. I live in a rented flat near Shaheed Bhagat Singh College. The good thing about this area is it is easily accessible and is in close proximity to some of the well known malls in the city like Select City Walk. There is no dearth of eatery joints or grocery shops and every other service else is very easily available too. The crowd is pretty good too. There is nothing much to dislike about the area but narrow roads do lead to inconvenience sometimes. There are pretty good cafes and restaurants in the adjacent areas and with a happening college in the area, the hangout places are pretty much created by the enthusiastic youngsters. Metro is just 10 minutes away and autos are pretty easy to catch too.

  • Not so good things
    • Shrey
    • Male
    • Student

    Reviewed 2 years, 0 months, 29 days ago

    I'm a student and have been living here since last 20 years. I enjoy cricket. The place is near to my college. Subway and Domino's are there to hang out. The transit facilities are average. Also, it's a bit crowded place!

    • Ginni
    • Female
    • Student

    Reviewed 2 years, 1 months, 13 days ago

    All the utility stores are nearby. There is a problem in the availability of autos and buses as one have to travel some distance to catch them.

  • Expect to find
    • Preeti
    • Female
    • Student

    Reviewed 2 years, 1 months, 10 days ago

    All daily utility stores are available at a reasonable distance. Other facilities like gyms, community halls etc are also available nearby. Transportation facilities are excellent.

    • Rishabh
    • Male
    • Student

    Reviewed 2 years, 0 months, 27 days ago

    Easy availability of general utility stores. The metro is quite close by as well. The parks and streets are well groomed. A secure neighbourhood.

In & Around

Food is largely affordable here. Most places offer the luxury of late night delivery since there are so many young peeps in the vicinity. With a lot of exciting and unique casual dining outlets like Pema’s and Thok (The House of Kakori), meals are sorted. You also have your run of the mill food chains like Domino’s and Dunkin Donuts here.

Meet Kritika!

Malviya Nagar, New Delhi

I’m a student of PGDM at FORE School of Management and have been residing here for the past 20 years. I enjoy reading, traveling and Sports.

 


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  • Anand
  • Male
  • Working

Reviewed 1 year, 9 months, 26 days ago

I work for a media production house and have been living here for the past 12 years. Malviya Nagar has good connectivity, the parking problem is a real pain. Transport availability is good with Autos, metro and buses being around. Hangouts and eateries like CCD, sagar ratna, Pizza Hut and Dominos are popular as well as lots of other options. I think it's a very nice place to live


  • Dushyant
  • Male
  • Student

Reviewed 1 year, 10 months, 6 days ago

The area is compact but good. The most wonderful thing is that the majority of the people are college students and all basic things are available. I study in Shaheed Bhagat Singh college and the Select Ciywalk Mall cluster is a good place to hang out close by. The Malviya Nagar market is also a good option like that.

  • Meghnit
  • Female
  • Student

Reviewed 1 year, 10 months, 7 days ago

I've been staying here for the past two months, it's and excellent rented accommodation and the flats here are great at economical rates. The crowd here is something is really could do without. The usual eateries like Dominoes and Dunkin Donuts are here and the travel and outdoor facilities are really just average