Mirza Ismail Road

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Mirza Ismail Road, popularly known as M. I. Road,[citation needed] is one of the main roads in Jaipur city in Rajasthan state in India.[1] The road runs from Sanganeri Gate to Government Hostel. There are several landmarks on the road namely Sanganeri Gate,[2] Ajmeri Gate,[3] Rajasthali emporium,[4] Niros restaurant,[5] Raj Mandir Cinema, Jaipur[4] and GPO.[citation needed] The road is named after Sir Mirza Ismail the Prime Minister of Jaipur Princely State.

Jaipur was designed in such a way that all major roads of other areas eventually leads to M. I. Road. It is thus also called the heart of Jaipur.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mukerji, Mohan (1982). Non-story of a chief secretary during emergency, et cetera. Associated Publishing House. p. 134. OCLC 10598303. 
  2. ^ Arora, Ramesh Kumar; Rakesh Hooja, Shashi Mathur (1977). Jaipur, profile of a changing city. Indian Institute of Public Administration. p. 5. OCLC 6330353. 
  3. ^ Gellhorn, Eleanor Cowles (1965). McKay's guide to the Far East and Hawaii. D. McKay. p. 135. OCLC 722637. 
  4. ^ a b Sorrel, Annie (2008). Rajasthan: Des citadelles du désert à la douceur du Mewar. Editions Olizane. pp. 302–303. ISBN 978-2-88086-360-9. 
  5. ^ Anand, Karen (1994). The Penguin food lover's guide to India & Nepal. Penguin. p. 268. OCLC 37628437.