Safdarjung Road

New Delhi, India

Safdarjung Road


Safdarjung Road (Hindi: सफ़दरजंग मार्ग) is a main road in New Delhi, India, named after the 18th century Tomb of Safdarjung near it. At the north end, the road stretches from the junction of the Teen Murti Marg, Akbar Road, Rajaji Marg and Lok Kalyan Marg, which is a roundabout. At the south end it stretches up to the junction of Prithviraj Road, Tughlaq Road and Sri Aurobindo Marg. There is a single junction/crossing at the Kemal Atatürk Marg and Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Road section.

Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh stayed at 19 Safdarjung Road until he became PM in May 2004.

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