Chittaranjan Park (known as C.R. Park), is an affluent neighborhood in South Delhi, and home to a large Bengali community. It was established in the early 1960s under the name EPDP Colony or East Pakistan Displaced Persons Colony, and later renamed after Chittaranjan Das in the 1980s. Despite its growing cosmopolitan nature, it remains home to a large Bengali community and is home to Kolkata-style street-food stalls, Bengali cuisine, fish markets, temples, and cultural centers. The aim is to redesign the main market of this neighborhood, while enhancing their lifestyle and cultural values by hosting various recreational activities, festivals and cultural events.