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Violet Line Delhi Metro

The Violet Line is the sixth largest rapid transit line in the Delhi Metro. Line 6 of the New Delhi Metro has a total length of 46.34 km (28.79 miles) and starts from Kashmere Gate station in New Delhi to Raja Nahar Singh in Ballabhgarh in Faridabad. It consists of 34 stations in the metro service and a maximum speed of 80 km/h.

While traveling on its route, the Violet Line passes through four interchange stations, which include the Red and Yellow Lines at Kashmere Gate metro station, the Blue Line at Mandi House metro station, the Yellow Line at Central Secretariat metro station, the Pink Line at Lajpat Nagar metro station, and the Magenta Line at Kalkaji metro station.

The line connects the interior parts of South Delhi, some areas of Central Delhi, and the satellite town of Faridabad, making it an additional alternative for commuters who travel along the heavily used Yellow Line. Heritage Line is the segment between the ITO metro station and Kashmere Gate metro station.

Violet Line Delhi Metro Stations List

Violet Line Delhi Metro Quick Info

Violet Line Quick Info

Violet Line Delhi Metro Route Map


Violet Line Delhi Metro Interchanges

Station NameConnecting Line
Kashmere GateRed Line
Central SecretariatYellow Line
Kalkaji MandirMagenta Line
Mandi HouseBlue Line
Lajpat NagarPink Line

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Kashmere Gate Metro Station Gates

Gate No.Opening Towards
Gate 1MCD Park
Gate 2Maharaja Aggrasan Park
Gate 3Mori Gate Bus Stand
Gate 4Sham-Nath Marg
Gate 5Kudasiya Park
Gate 6ISBT Road
Gate 7ISBT

Raja Nahar Singh Metro Station Gates

Gate No. Opening Towards
Gate 1Sohna Road, District Jail, Chawla Colony, Bus Stand Balllabhgarh, Nahar Singh Park and Place, Aggarwal High School,, and College
Gate 2City Park, Palwal, CRHSP AIIMS Ballabhgarh, Anaj, and Fruit Mandi

Violet Line Delhi Metro Extension Detail

The Violet Line first started its operation on 3rd October 2010 from Central Secretariat to Sarita Vihar metro station and after that, it was continuously expanded till November 2018 in different phases. Here is the complete detail of the Violet Line metro expansion phases.

Extension dateTerminalTerminalLengthStations
3 October 2010Central SecretariatSarita Vihar15.34 kilometers (9.53 mi)13
14 January 2011Sarita ViharBadarpur Border82 kilometers (3.00 mi)03
26 June 2014Mandi HouseCentral Secretariat3.23 kilometers (2.01 mi)02
8 June 2015Mandi HouseITO13.56 kilometers (8.43 mi)01
6 September 2015Badarpur BorderEscorts Mujesar13.56 kilometers (8.43 mi)09
28 May 2017Kashmere GateITO5.07 kilometers (3.15 mi)04
19 November 2018Escorts MujesarRaja Nahar Singh3.35 kilometers (2.08 mi)02
TotalKashmere GateRaja Nahar Singh46.34 kilometers (28.79 mi)34

The Violet Line metro in its route will allow you to enjoy various historical spots during the journey from Kashmere Gate to Red Fort, Nehru Place to Faridabad, and then finally to Ballabgarh (Raja Nahar Singh). 

The Violet Line (Line 6) is the only line of the Delhi Metro which connects Faridabad and Ballabhgarh to interior parts of South Delhi and a small part of Central Delhi. Also, the Violet Line passes through many markets, business centers, and tourist attractions.

Violet Line Delhi Metro Fare

The Violet Line Metro fares on week-days and Sunday depend on the distance traveled and the time a passenger stays in the metro system for more than the specified time. Violet Line metro fares are mentioned in the table below. 

DistanceMonday to SaturdaySunday and National HolidayTime Limit (Mins)
0 to 2 KmRs 10Rs 10
2 to 5 KmRs 20Rs 10
5 to 12 KmRs 30Rs 2065 Minutes
12 to 21 KmRs 40Rs 30100 Minutes
21 to 32 KmRs 50Rs 40
More Than 32 KmRs 60Rs 50180 Minutes

Violet Line Stations with Interchanges


Q. Does Sarita Vihar metro station have a parking space?

A. Yes, limited paid parking space is available at the Sarita Vihar metro station.

Q. Which is the last terminal for trains from the Sarita Vihar metro station on the Violet Line?

A. As you travel towards the North from Sarita Vihar metro station, Kashmere Gate is the last train terminal. In the opposite direction, the last terminal is Raja Nahar Singh Station.

Q. How to reach the Indira Gandhi International Airport from Sarita Vihar metro station?

A. The distance from Sarita Vihar metro station to Indira Gandhi International Airport is approximately 20.5 km. Traveling to the airport with the Violet Line from Sarita Vihar to Lajpat Nagar is the easiest way to get there, then changing to the Airport Express Line from there for a train to the IGI airport.

Q. How far is the Sarita Vihar metro station from Okhla Industrial estate?

A. The Sarita Vihar metro station is about 2.3 km from the Okhla Industrial estate. This estate houses a lot of industries and offices on its premises.