Aurangzeb Road (Urdu: اورنگزیب مارگ, Hindi: औरंगज़ेब मार्ग) is one of the roads in New Delhi's Lutyens Bunglow Zone, Delhi, India. At the north-east end, it stretches from the Taj Mansingh Hotel at the round about 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 Kamal Ataturk road and Safdarjung Road joint. People who own a residence in Aurangzeb Road include several Indian billionares like ArcelorMittal's L N Mittal, K.P.Singh of DLF and Max Healthcare's Analjit Singh. Member of Parliament Mrs. Manorama Singh also resides here. It is named after the Mughal Emperor of India, Abul Muzaffar Muhy-ud-Din Muhammadr Aurangzeb.
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- "Rs 400-crore bungalows: Where billionaires live up". Rediff.com. April 27, 2011.
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