Chirag Delhi Metro Station | Routes Map and Parking

Chirag Delhi Metro Station | Routes Map and Parking

Chirag Delhi Metro Station, a vibrant hub on the bustling Magenta Line, opened its doors in 2018. Serving the neighborhoods of South Delhi, it connects commuters to key destinations like Botanical Garden and Janakpuri West. Chirag Delhi offers a seamless travel experience with its modern architecture and convenient amenities. Whether heading for work, leisure, or exploring the city, this station is your gateway to Delhi’s dynamic heart.

  • Location: Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg, Chirag Delhi 110017 (India)
  • Coordinates: 28°32′25″N 77°14′9″E
  • Ownership: Delhi Metro
  • Operator: Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC)
  • Line: Magenta Line
  • Platform: Island platform with two tracks (one towards Botanical Garden, one towards Janakpuri West)
  • Accessibility: Yes
  • Status: Operational
  • Opened: May 29, 2018
  • Electrification: 25 kV 50 Hz AC through overhead catenary

Additional notes:

  • The station is underground.
  • It is staffed.
Preceding stationThe following station
Panchsheel Park towards Janakpuri WestGreater Kailash towards Botanical Garden
Chirag Delhi Metro station

Station layout


  • G: Street Level – Exits and entrances.
  • C: Concourse – Fare control, station agent, ticket/token booths, and shops.
  • P: Platform Level – Contains two platforms:
    • Platform 1: Eastbound towards Botanical Garden (next station: Greater Kailash). Island platform with doors opening on the right and disabled access.
    • Platform 2: Westbound towards Janakpuri West (next station: Panchsheel Park).

Map of Chirag Delhi Metro station

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