Sansad Marg

Coordinates: 28°37′30″N 77°12′47″E / 28.625°N 77.213°E / 28.625; 77.213
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The board of Sansad Marg, New Delhi

Sansad Marg (English: Parliament Street, formerly N-Block) is a street located in New Delhi, India. The street gets its name from the Parliament House (Sansad Bhavan).[1]

The old Parliament House, designed by Sir Herbert Baker, is located at the one end of Sansad Marg, which runs perpendicular to the Rajpath in Lutyens' Delhi and ends at Connaught Place Circle.[2][3]

Other notable buildings on Sansad Marg include, Jantar Mantar, Palika Kendra, National Philatelic Museum, Reserve Bank of India, Akashvani Bhawan (All India Radio), Dak Bhawan (Department of Posts), Sardar Patel Bhawan (Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation), Yojana Bhawan (Planning Commission of India), Press Trust of India (PTI), and Parivahan Bhawan (Ministry of Road Transport and Highways), Church of North India (CNI Bhawan).


  1. ^ "Rangarajan: N Block to Sansad Marg?". Financial Express. 8 August 2008. Retrieved 7 February 2014.
  2. ^ Shah, Jagan (21 April 2005). "Another black marg in Kafka's corporation". The Indian Express. Retrieved 7 January 2021.
  3. ^ "Roads blocked in central Delhi for cycling event". The Times of India. TNN. 10 October 2010. Archived from the original on 29 October 2013. Retrieved 7 February 2014.

28°37′30″N 77°12′47″E / 28.625°N 77.213°E / 28.625; 77.213