Mathura Road, Delhi

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Sabz Burj on Mathura road traffic circle, Delhi
Busy Mathura road at office hours, New Delhi.

Mathura Road is a road in Delhi and a part of the NH 2 (Delhi-Howrah) Highway. Some of it is part of the Grand Trunk Road passing through Faridabad, and it leads right up to the holy town of Mathura, the birthplace of Lord Krishna.

Further down the road stand the National Zoological Park Delhi, Purana Qila and Pragati Maidan, which was Delhi's largest convention and exhibition space.

The grave of poet Bedil, lies in a garden called Bagh-e-Bedil (Garden of Bedil) situated across Purana Qila, at Mathura Road. [1]

Architectural monuments on Mathura Road[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "In the lanes of Zauq and Ghalib". Indian Express. Mar 15, 2009.