Kasturba Gandhi Marg, earlier known as Curzon Road, is one of the main access roads to Connaught Place
. The road was renamed post-independence after the name of Kasturba Gandhi, freedom fighter and wife of Mahatma Gandhi
. Starting from Hyderabad House
, the road takes one to the outer circle of Connaught Place. The road is dotted with high-raise buildings and shaded by rows of trees. Baroda House (the headquarters of Indian Railways), Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, British Council Library
, Travancore House, Hindustan Times Building, American Center are some of the important landmarks on this road. The famous Parikrama - the Revolving Restaurant
is also located on this road. Himalaya House is the oldest building on this road.