It also houses Institute of Home Economics, which is a college of University of Delhi.Hauz Khas has quality hospitals like Max Medcentre, Healing Touch Hospital, Orthonova Hospital.The domestic terminal of Indira Gandhi International Airport (Terminal 1) is 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) from Hauz Khas while the international terminal (Terminal 3) is 16 kilometres (9.9 mi).Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station lies 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) away.) is an affluent neighbourhood in South Delhi, its heart being the historic Hauz Khas Complex.It is centrally located and offers both rural (Hauz Khas Village) and urban (Hauz Khas Enclave, Market) environments. Hauz Khas is surrounded by Green Park, SDA (Sri Aurobindo Marg) to the west, Gulmohar Park (Balbir Saxena Marg) towards the north, Sarvapriya Vihar (Outer Ring Road) towards the south and Asiad Village (August Kranti Marg) and Siri Fort) to the east.The village area started getting modernized in mid-1980s when designer boutiques of fashion designer like Bina Ramani, started moving in.Historical Places like the Hauz Khas Complex which consists the Hauz Khas Lake or Royal Tank, a mosque and a tomb, all from the time of the Khalji Dynasty.
E block is the Main market here and lies in the middle of the colony. G block and Aurobindo Market are other markets close by.The Hauz Khas Metro Station (Yellow Line) is situated towards the Outer Ring Road.Hauz Khas houses prestigious engineering and management colleges like the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi and the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade.It was developed during the 1960s by DLF (Delhi Land & Finance Ltd.) as Hauz Khas Enclave.Later it was made a district of South Delhi encompassing some more neighbouring areas.