This ordinary city in the heart of Delhi is slowly being transformed into one with a plethora
of colorful walls. This locality is a Central Government officer and staff's residential
colony with bungalows for senior officials in the nearby Lodhi Estate area. It was one of
the last living areas built at the time of British Rule. According to the latest census, the
population of this colony is 31,167 people.
Lodhi Colony has various higher education centers, like the All India Management Association (AIMA) institute, the Alliance Française de Delhi, and a south-campus Delhi University college - the Dyal Singh College. Some private schools, such as Kendriya Vidyalaya Pragati Vihar, Air Force Bal Bharati School, and The Banyan Tree School, besides various state schools.
Being a part of a city like Delhi, its historical significance is natural. As it is known, Delhi is the heart of India with great ancient values as a substantial commercial, transport, and cultural hub and the political center of India. It is a cluster of several cities spread across the metropolitan region. For many centuries it has been a dominant trading and commercial center in northern India. Since the 1990s, it has emerged as an influential node in the international corporate and financial network.
Lodhi colony is blessed with an even tropical climate throughout the year. Here The maximum temperature is 40°C, and the minimum temperature is around 25°C.
The Indira Gandhi international airport connects this place to the rest of the world. The airport is at a distance of 13 km, which can be covered in 24 minutes. From the airport, passengers can take any local transport to reach the Lodhi colony.
The nearest railway station is Nizamuddin railway station, located 3 km away from the Lodhi colony. This station connects the city to the rest of the country, including Delhi, Gurgaon, Jaipur, etc.
Delhi being a metropolitan city is connected to other metropolitan cities via the golden quadrilateral. Then the neighboring highways connect them to the rest of the cities. So, for example, one can enter the Lodhi colony from Delhi via the Lodhi road of 19.4 kilometers.
The closest branch is situated in Delhi at 14 km, which can be covered in half an hour. This proximity makes customers convenient and comfortable to call and to use their services.
Original Agarwal Packers and Movers was established in 1984 by its founder - Dayanand Agarwal, also known as Bade Bhaiya. Original Agarwal Packers and Movers is part of DRS Group and has muscat in their logo. Website of Original Agarwal Packers and Movers is www.agarwalpackers.in.
Agarwal Packers and Movers Lodhi Colony is functional on:
Monday - 24 hours
Tuesday - 24 hours
Wednesday - 24 hours
Thursday - 24 hours
Friday - 24 hours
Saturday - 24 hours
Sunday - 24 hours
You can make payment by Credit/Debit card, Bank Transfer, Net Banking, UPI, Cheque and Cash.
The fee charged by Agarwal Packers and Movers Centeal Secretariat will vary as per the number of items to be moved, weight of the items, distance to be covered, and such other factors.
We recommend to contact us at least 48 hours before shifting for a hassle-free experience. For more details please contact us through our number: 9360014001 or visit our website i.e. www.agarwalpackers.in.
We value the client and his valuable belongings. We have the appropriate vehicle carrier which can load the car/bike in your presence at your home and similarly can deliver the same at your new location.
Yes, we would take this as an honor to call you back, please drop your contact details at our enquiry page.
Due to unexpected reasons such as fire, accidents etc during the moving -process.
Yes, we can do this. The inspecting officer will address the questions.
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