Gandhi Nagar is a middle-income commercial-cum-residential area in the East Delhi district of Delhi in the Trans-Yamuna area, Situated 4 km from Delhi-UP border. It is most known for Gandhi Nagar Market, which is Asia’s biggest readymade garments/textile market. Gandhi nagar has many shops and factories. 
Administratively it is one of the three subdivision of the East Delhi district (the others being Preet Vihar and Vivek Vihar) and one of the ten state legislative assembly constituencies under the East Delhi (Lok Sabha constituency), presently represented by Gautam Gambhir The area is one of the most congested colonies with a population of around 3.5 lakh. It has one of highest Muslim populations which are workers in the factory in the East Delhi constituency at 22%.
- Raghubar Pura Part I and Part II ( Sri Bhawani Devi Mahakali Mandir)
- Chand Mohalla
- Shanti Mohalla
- Rajgarh Colony
- Subhash Road
- Ram Nagar
- Amar Mohalla
- Kailash Nagar
- Nanak Basti
- Old Seelampur village
- Ghas Mandi
- Subhash Mohalla
- Ajit Nagar
- Jain Mohalla
- Shankar Nagar
- Budh Bazar
- Rajkiya Pratibha Vikash Vidyalaya
- Geeta Bal Bharti
- S.B.V. Rajgarh Colony
- Tagore Public School, Subhash Mohalla
- Gandhi Nagar Girls School
- R.A. Geeta. Sr. Sec. School, Shankar Nagar
- Chaudhary Malook Singh School, Jheel
- D.A.V. Govt School
- Sai Memorial Girls Sernior Secondary School
- St. Lawrence Public School
To make road travel from Mayur Vihar Phase I to Gandhi Nagar traffic-signal-free, four major road infrastructure projects worth Rs.412 crore, including the Geeta Colony bridge were inaugurated in 2009 by Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit.
|Nirman Vihar||4.7 km|
|Seelam Pur||2.7 km|
|Preet Vihar||5.4 km|
|Akshardham metro station||6.3 km|
|Shastri Park metro station||1.6 km
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