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Inner Ring Road

The Inner Ring Road is a 56 km long circular road that encircles several important localities of the city and is in fact one of the longest roads in Delhi. It starts from the Interstate Bus Terminal (ISBT) at Kashmiri Gate and touches Delhi Gate, ITO, Ashram, AIIMS, Dhaula Kuan and Naraina in one semi- circle. On the other half, the Inner Ring Road passes through Raja Garden, Punjabi Bagh, Azadpur and Delhi University before ending back at ISBT.

Lodhi Colony, Chanakyapuri, Zakhira, Shakti Nagar, Azad Market and India Gate can be reached easily from the respective points on the Ring Road.

Updated on 1st September, 2005
Location: New Delhi    


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