Sarita Vihar is a plush and upmarket locality in South East Delhi. It lies near the convergence of the states of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, and Haryana. It is recognized principally as a residential colony. The greenery in this part of Delhi is unmatched, and thus Sarita Vihar was bestowed with the title of ‘Greenest Colony of New Delhi’ by the former CM of New Delhi, Late Shri Sheela Dikshit.
The present-day Sarita Vihar was initially the preferred construction site for building the Games Village for the 1982 Asian Games. However, Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's insistence transformed this area into a well-developed residential colony. This locality is in proximity to the Okhla Industrial Area's employment hubs, Jasola District Centre, and the prominent business and IT parks of Noida. The social infrastructure is excellent, with numerous reputed hospitals and educational institutions. It has various shopping avenues in its vicinity, such as Noida Sector-18, DLF Mall of India, Central Market Lajpat Nagar, and New Friends Colony Market.
The summer season here is characterized by scorching heat and reaches its apex in May. January is the coldest month when temperatures are at their lowest, with an average of 8 °C. During this season, the atmosphere is covered with intense fog and haze, hampering visibility. Monsoon extends from the first week of July to late September. This season marks the onset of heavy humidity in Delhi.
If you are traveling from Central Secretariat, you can drive via NH19 to reach Sarita Vihar in 40 minutes by covering a distance of 13.7 km. There is a direct metro route from Central Secretariat to Sarita Vihar. Using the subway is the easiest and most hassle-free way to commute from Central Secretariat. Apart from that, state-run buses can also be used.
Sarita Vihar is easily accessible by road and metro. Sarita Vihar Metro Station connects it on the purple line. Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station, which is 8.5 km away, is the nearest one. The international airport of New Delhi is 22km away. Taxis and auto-rickshaws are readily available.
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