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Benito Juarez Marg

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Benito Juárez Marg is a major road in South Delhi near Dhaula Kuan. Named after the Mexican politician Benito Juárez, it is approximately 2 Kilometers long and connects the Rao Tula Ram Marg with the Ring Road. The road is notable as the South Campus of Delhi University is located along the road. The other side has a number of diplomatic missions and residential areas.

Landmarks and nearby areas[edit]

Educational institutions[edit]


  • Anand Niketan - It has a number of diplomatic missions including those of Mexico and Armenia.
  • Satya Niketan - A largely residential colony and student hub, it contains many shops and eateries catering to the student population of South Campus. It is a popular location for seeking off campus accommodation.[2]


  1. Anisha Singh (25 May 2017). "DU Admission 2017: 5 Best Arts Colleges In South Campus". NDTV. Retrieved 5 July 2017. Delhi University South Campus is located near Benito Juarez Marg in Delhi.
  2. Ghosh, Sushmita (4 June 2017). "Cut-offs, hostel search keep DU aspirants on their toes". The Asian Age. Retrieved 5 July 2017. On the other hand, students who secure admission in South Campus colleges have a relatively hard time. Most of the PG accommodations in the student hub, Satya Niketan, which is famous for food joints and hang-out zones, are usually full by the first week of July.

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