Kalkaji is a high-end neighborhood situated in South Delhi. As this town is adorned by the renowned Lotus Temple and Kalkaji Temple, it is flocked by millions of tourists every year. This town radiates spirituality and divine peace due to the presence of several places of religious significance. This place gives a gist of India’s cultural and religious essence.
This locality is named after the 250-year-old Kalkaji Temple. This temple still stands in the area and attracts many tourists and devotees each year. It is devoted to Goddess Kali. The other major tourist attraction in the locale is the Bahai place of worship-Lotus Temple. As the temple's name suggests, it is shaped like a lotus and is a beautiful sight. It is open to everyone irrespective of their religion, caste, or creed. Other popular places include Chirag Dehlvi’s Dargah, Khirki Masjid, and Nizamuddin’s Shrine. The retail avenues in and around Kalkaji are the Kalkaji market, Nehru Place, C R Park market, and the Greater Kailash-1 market. It also has many good eateries and restaurants.
The summers here are sweltering with an average high of 40 °, and in winter temperature falls even lower than eight °C. Monsoons see an average rainfall of 617 mm in Delhi per annum. Spring is the most pleasant time, which is experienced in mid-February. The middle week of October marks the start of autumn and is characterized by a relatively moderate climate.
If you are a traveler from Sarita Vihar, you can cover a distance of 7 km in 15 minutes to reach Kalkaji via NH 19. You can also take the metro from Sarita Vihar on the violet line towards Kashmere Gate to get to Kalkaji metro station within half an hour. You can also opt for the state bus from K block in Sarita Vihar to Nehru Place terminal near Kalkaji.
Kalkaji has excellent connectivity catering to the needs of tourists as well as locals. It is connected to the rest of Delhi by the Kalkaji metro station on the violet line. It is also accessible by the DTC buses. The Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station is 7km away and takes merely 20 minutes to reach. IGI airport is at an expanse of 21.3 km.
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