Sri Aurobindo Marg

Aurobindo Road near Hauz Khas and Green Park, New Delhi.

Sri Aurobindo Marg or Aurobindo Marg, is an important South Delhi north-south arterial road connecting historic Safdarjung's Tomb to Qutab Minar. The road is named for Sri Aurobindo Ghosh; the Delhi campus of Sri Aurobindo Ashram is located on the road. The road was originally known as Mehrauli Road.

The road is a primary conduit for traffic from North Delhi and Central Delhi, including the commercial hub of Connaught Place, to points south and southwest of Delhi, including Gurgaon. The stations of Delhi Metro, Jor Bagh, INA, AIIMS and Green Park (Yellow Line) lie on this road.

Major intersectionsEdit

 
Interchange with Ring Road

The northern terminus of Aurobindo Marg is located at Safdarjung's Tomb. At the southern end, Aurobindo Marg terminates near the Lado Sarai bus terminal.

Major intersections on Aurobindo Marg include, from north to south, include:

Points of interestEdit

 
A Lodhi Mosque at Adh Chini

A number of major South Delhi institutions, neighborhoods, and historical monuments are located on or along Aurobindo Marg:

External linksEdit

(28°34′12″N 77°12′47″E / 28.570050°N 77.212944°E / 28.570050; 77.212944Coordinates: 28°34′12″N 77°12′47″E / 28.570050°N 77.212944°E / 28.570050; 77.212944[3]) Geo Links for Sri Aurobindo Marg

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Contact Information Search." Airports Authority of India. Retrieved on 9 September 2010. "Airports Authority of India, Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan, Safdarjung Airport, New Delhi - 110003"
  2. ^ "Donate blankets for Muzaffarnagar relief camps". NDTV. 12 December 2013. Retrieved 23 June 2015
  3. ^ WikiMapia