North Delhi is an administrative district of the National Capital Territory of Delhi in India with its headquarters in Alipur. It covers an area of 59 square kilometres and has a population of over 900,000 people. North Delhi is bounded by the Yamuna River, Central Delhi, North West Delhi and Haryana.
North Delhi houses some of the prominent landmarks of the city like the Delhi University campus, Azadpur Mandi (the largest wholesale market for fruits and vegetables), Jama Masjid (one of the largest mosques in India), Red Fort (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) and Inter State Bus Terminal (the main bus station for inter-state travel). It also has some of the oldest and busiest markets in the city, such as Chandni Chowk, Sadar Bazar, Kamla Nagar and Kashmere Gate.
North Delhi is a hub of education and culture. It hosts some of the reputed colleges and institutions of the city, such as St. Stephen’s College, Hindu College, Miranda House, Kirori Mal College and Shri Ram College of Commerce. It also has some of the famous temples and shrines in the city, such as Hanuman Mandir (the oldest temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman), Nigambodh Ghat (a cremation ground on the banks of Yamuna), Gauri Shankar Temple (a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva) and Sis Ganj Gurudwara (a Sikh place of worship).
North Delhi is a lively and diverse district that offers a glimpse into the history and heritage of Delhi. It is a place where you can experience the charm and vibrancy of Delhi’s culture, cuisine, art, music and commerce.