Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Road is a road in New Delhi's Lutyen's bungalow zone in Delhi, India. It lies at the north-east end, stretching from the 'Taj Mansingh Hotel' at the roundabout of Mansingh Road, Shahjahan Road, Humayun Road, Prithviraj Road and a road to Khan Market in the north-east. At the south-west end it stretches up to the crossing at Mustafa Kemal Atatürk Marg and Safdarjung Road junction. Earlier it was named Aurangzeb Road after the controversial Mughal King Aurangzeb. However, in 2014 the road was renamed after APJ Abdul Kalam, the 11th President of India. Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Road is home to several Indian billionaires such as ArcelorMittal's L N Mittal, K P Singh of DLF and Max Healthcare's Analjit Singh.
A single junction is formed at the crossing of Tughlaq road, land on this road is worth ₹ 500 Crore (roughly $80 million) per acre.
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