Are you that proud Dilli-walah who is tired of your friend who keeps boasting about how rocking Bombay (Mumbai) is as the finance capital of India? We have just the bit of news for you. Delhi too has its very own stock exchange! Set up in 1947 it is the country’s fifth oldest exchange that was formed by the amalgamation of Delhi stock and share brokers association limited and Shares exchange limited. As the second biggest stock exchange in the country it serves over 50 cities in the entire Northern region of India and around 3000 companies included in its listings. Though it is not as fancy as Bombay’s Dalal Street (India’s Wall Street), it sure does provide some good avenues for raising finance. So whether you are looking for some offbeat places to explore in Delhi or wondering where to raise capital for that new business of yours, you now know where to go in the city.
Where: 3/1 Asaf Ali Road
Nearest Metro: Chawri Bazaar Station
For more details visit: www.dseindia.org.in