Malviya Nagar is a locality in South Delhi. It is between Saket and Hauz Khas and close to IIT Delhi and it is named after the noted freedom fighter Madan Mohan Malviya who was also an educator and founded Banaras Hindu University. Malviya Nagar was initially populated in the 1950s by refugees from Pakistan, a large portion of the population were ethnic Rajasthani, U. P. Today, Malviya Nagar is bounded by Panchsheel Enclave in the north, Sheikh Sarai in the east, Saket in the south, enclaves that are part of Malviya Nagar include Geetanjali Enclave, Bhavishya Nidhi Enclave, Khirki Extension, Shivalik colony and Sarvodaya Enclave. It is serviced by the Malviya Nagar station of the Delhi Metro, Malviya Nagar is also home to Delhi Polices Training School. Malviya Nagar has two major shopping areas and markets and a speciality hospital. There are several parks that are popular jogging and running areas. A number of Mughal era monuments are located in Malviya Nagar and are clustered close to the Corner Market and this includes the tomb of Sufi saint Sheikh Yusuf Qattal who lived during the reign of Ibrahim Lodhi and died in 1526-27. Some of the banks are Standard Chartered Bank and Deutsche Bank. Malviya Nagar is bordered by two major New Delhi thoroughfares, Sri Aurobindo Marg, which is a route connecting Connaught Place and Central Delhi to Gurgaon. Malviya Nagar is connected by other parts of New Delhi by Delhi Bus Rapid Transit System bus lines, the bus fare ranges from ₹5.00 to ₹15.00. The buses connecting Malviya Nagar are, Route 413, Mehrauli to Nizamuddin, via Khel Gaon, Route 500, Saket to Shivaji Stadium. Route 501, Saket to Mori Gate in North Delhi, via Hauz Khas, Yusuf Sarai, Route 503, Malviya Nagar to Mori Gate in North Delhi, via the Main Market and Corner Market, Hauz Khas, Yusuf Sarai and AIIMS. Route 512, Ambedkar Nagar via Malviya Nagar, Hauz Khas, etc. Route 520, Malviya Nagar to Connaught Place, also via the Main Market and Corner Market, Hauz Khas, Yusuf Sarai, routes 503 and 520 terminate at Malviya Nagar. Autorickshaws and taxis are available for public transportation. There is a stand is at the Main Market and the roundabout near Shivalik Gate. The Delhi Metro Yellow Line to Gurgaon is functional and has a station at Malviya Nagar, Malviya Nagar is a constituency of the Delhi Assembly. Since 2013, the sitting Member of the Assembly has been Somnath Bharti of the Aam Aadmi Party, Malviya Nagar is part of the New Delhi and the current Member of Parliament is Meenakshi Lekhi
Lal Gumbad, Tomb of Shaikh Kaliruuddin, built in 1397, Malviya Nagar.
16th-century Tomb of Sufi saint Sheikh Yusuf Qattal near Khirkee.