Rajasthan Apartment CGHS in Sector 4 of Dwarka harks back to the early 1980s when a group of people from Rajasthan and Marwar decided to build a little oasis of their state culture in Delhi. Right from its architecture - which flaunts a pair of cannons at the society entrance and the main gate modelled on the Jaipur Fort gate - to the festivals celebrated in the society, everything reflects its deep roots in Rajasthani culture. To add to this is the pink hue that characterises the Society’s architecture and underlines its connect with Jaipur or the Pink City. Usha Shivley, president of the Society, says, “Ours is a unique Society that reflects the heart of Rajasthan’s culture. Here all residents live in harmony. Even though most of us are from the Rajasthani and the Marwari communities, we celebrate all the festivals of Rajasthan inside these gates.” The Society has 216 3 BHK flats distributed over seven towers. Not only is it known for its lush expanses (three of its four sides are covered in parks and greenery), but also for its water conservation initiatives. Advocate PS Singh, former General-Secretary of the Society, says, “We have separate water meters for every flat and residents only pay for what they use. Besides, we have an efficient rainwater harvesting programme and 24-hour RO water supply that make us one of the best societies in Delhi.”
One can approach the society via Road No 201, 202 and 205. There are buses, including 764, 727, West Mudrika, RL 75 and RL 77, that bring passengers to the nearest point of the society. The Sector 11 Metro station is the closest, from where cycle and battery rickshaws, and autos are readily available.
The society is equipped with several CCTV cameras and six security guards.