India habitat center, New Delhi: how to travel?

Easiest way is probably to take the Delhi’s metro rails. Travel to a metro station called ‘Jorbag’ which is in the yellow line of the metro route. After reaching the metro station take an auto rickshaw to India habitat center, which will charge you about 30-40 rupees in the Indian currency. In about six to ten minutes you are expected to reach the destination.

The India Habitat Centre was started in 1993. The public agency for Housing and Urban Development Corporation Ltd (HUDCO) wanted an office building for its workers and made the unprecedented decision to invite chosen non-profit organisations that shared their concern with habitat to share that work space.

In 2009, the India Habitat Centre co-hosted the first Habitat Summit with Urban Habitats Forum, a professional civil society initiative whose primary purpose is to serve as a multi-disciplinary public awareness and educational platform, and to facilitate positive change in India’s cities by engaging all stakeholders of society in shaping India’s built environment. Held in September, the Summit served as a communication vehicle to position key policy issues and to highlight opportunities for positive change by showcasing community-oriented urban renewal projects.

IHC started organizing and hosting the Delhi Photo Festival held every two years since 2011.[1][2]


Please cross check the details from other sources 
too before commencing your journey.