(, , ) is one of the prominent and well-developed localities of Delhi
. It also is one of the three subzones of West Delhi
.It is one of the most popular, posh & costliest places in Delhi.
It was previously called Refugees Colony
, but it was renamed as Punjabi Bagh in 1950 by then Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru
In its earliest stages was settlement for Hindus and Sikhs who moved from Pakistan during the partition. Not much later it started becoming the locality for big bungalows of wealthy traders, businessman, and transporters. The area is famous for these huge bungalows mostly in the range of 400-700 square yards, some even bigger than 1200 square yards. This area thus has the largest houses in the city. It has also thus developed an image as a posh locality, mostly residential and land prices are far flung. In the range of over 200,000 per square yard. It is undoubtedly the costliest and most upmarket residential area in West Delhi.
Punjabi Bagh has seen rapid commercial growth since the mid-90s with the opening of innumerable banks
such as Dominos
, Pizza Hut
, Breads n More
, Wok in the Clouds
, Thai Wok
, Bikanerwala, etc.health clubs
, ice cream shops, retail stores likeVishal Mega Mart
, Reliance Fresh
showrooms like Adidas
& HinduShri Krishan Janmashathmi Mahotsav Punjabi Bagh
is celebrated at Punjabi Bagh Stadium ( known as Traffic Training Park).
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