Bahadur shah zafar marg

Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg (Hindi: बहादुर शाह ज़फर मार्ग),(Urdu: بهادر شاہ ظفر مارگ‎) is a road in Delhi, India. It is named after the last Mughal Emperor of India, Bahadur Shah II. This road is sometimes also referred to as the Fleet Street of India,[1][2] due to the presence of the newspaper offices of The Times of India,[3] The Economic Times,[3] The Indian Express,[3] The Financial Express,[3] Business Standard,[3] The Pioneer,[3] Metro Now[4] amongst several others.

This road connects ITO Crossing to (map)

Institutions and sites on & around this road


Category - Roads in Delhi
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