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Lost in Connaught Place | Find Out a Way here



Connaught Place, Popularly known as CP, is one of the biggest financial and commercial business centers in New Delhi. Mostly filled with foreign tourists, CP has a lot of restaurants, hotels, bars, pubs, shopping outlets, street vendors, offices, banks, exchange houses, and whatnot.

At Connaught Place, one of the main question, that people usually ask here is that “Where is Block A/B/C ??” and so on. Now, you are going to say that, we all have Google Maps for that. But, trust me on this, most of the people don’t know how to use it properly. Some do not have the proper internet connection or the battery in their electronic devices to search for it, in the hour of the greatest need.

Architecture of Connaught Place

If you understand the basic architecture of Connaught Place, then you don’t need anyone else to help you with this.

Connaught Place is divided into three circles – namely, Inner Circle, Middle Circle, and Outer Circle – having Central Park at the center. The Inner Circle has A to F blocks and Outer Circle has G to N blocks. Kindly, do note that there is no I and J block in Connaught Place due to its similarity with the numbers 1 and 7 respectively.

There are so many diagrams available on the internet showcasing how the bird’s eye view of CP looks like. But, the problem is most of them are cumbersome. So, I have made a simple diagram ignoring all the buildings, gardens, parking lots and all. So, to make it easy for you to understand where are the different blocks in CP. You can see it yourself.

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Showcasing Block Names of Connaught Place with Roads and Metro Gates

I have made this diagram just for the person who is coming to Connaught Place by using Metro.

If you are using a phone then you can save the screenshot. But, If you are using a laptop or computer, then you do the right click on the image and save the image as to save it for the future references.


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