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DRIVE BEFORE DIE!!! The Stunning 10 Indian Road Ways

Rides with attractive sights are most eccentric for any travel lovers. In India there are stunning road ways which you must go before you die. This is the list of best 10 among them.

Source: http://southlive.in/life-travel

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The Leh–Manali Highway

The Leh–Manali Highway

The Leh–Manali Highway is a highway in northern India connecting Leh in Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir state and Manali in Himachal Pradesh state. It is open for only about four and a half months in a year in summer between May or June, when the snow is cleared, and mid-October when snowfall again blocks the high passes. It connects Manali valley to Lahaul and Spiti valleys and Zanskar valley in Ladakh.

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The Pamban Bridge

The Pamban Bridge

The Pamban Bridge is a railway bridge on the Palk Strait which connects the town of Rameswaram on Pamban Island to mainland India. The bridge refers to both the road bridge and the cantilever railway bridge, though primarily it means the latter. Opened on 24 February 1914, it was India's first sea bridge, and was the longest sea bridge in India until the opening of the Bandra-Worli Sea Link in 2010. The rail bridge is for the most part, a conventional bridge resting on concrete piers, but has a double leaf bascule section midway, which can be raised to let ships and barges pass through.

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Chandigarh-Manali Highway

Chandigarh-Manali Highway

The Chandigarh to Manali route that thousands of people travel on every year. Manali is a holiday spot for almost everybody up north and even for those down south. The route might not be as picturesque as the Chandigarh-Shimla route, but once you’re nearing Kullu, the greens and the blues become, well, greener and bluer.

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National Highway 212

National Highway 212

National Highway 212 (NH 212) is a National Highway in Southern India. NH 212 connects Kozhikode in Kerala with Kollegal in Karnataka via Mysore. Of the total distance of 272 km, 117 km is in Kerala and 155 is in Karnataka. At Kollegal, it joins National Highway 209, which connects Bengaluru and Dindigal.[1] At Gundlupet in Chamarajanagar district of Karnataka, NH-67 which connects Ooty and Coimbatore also touches NH-766.

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Srinagar-Leh Highway

Srinagar-Leh Highway

National Highway 1D (NH 1D), also known as Srinagar-Leh Highway, is a National Highway entirely within the state of Jammu & Kashmir in North India that connects Srinagar to Leh in Ladakh. It is one of the only two roads that connect Ladakh with the rest of India, the other being Leh-Manali Highway. The Srinagar-Leh Highway was declared as National Highway in 2006.

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Rohtang Pass

Rohtang Pass

Rohtang Pass (elevation 3,978 m (13,050 ft)),is a high mountain pass on the eastern Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas around 51 km (32 mi) from Manali. It connects the Kullu Valley with the Lahaul and Spiti Valleys of Himachal Pradesh, India.

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Mahabaleshwar

Mahabaleshwar

Mahabaleshwar is a city and a municipal council in Satara district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is a hill station located in the Western Ghats range. With one of the few evergreen forests of India, it served as the summer capital of Bombay province during the British Raj.

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kalyan-Nirmal Highway (NH222)

kalyan-Nirmal Highway (NH222)

National Highway 222 (NH 222) is an Indian National Highway running within the states of Maharashtra and Telangana connecting the city of Kalyan near Mumbai in Maharashtra to Nirmal in Telangana.

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Puri-Konark NH 203

Puri-Konark NH 203

National Highway 203 connects the Golden Triangle of Odisha, City of Temples Bhubaneswar Shree Kshetra Puri and Arka Kshetra Konark in Odisha in India. It passes through Pipili and Puri and covers a total distance of 97 km (Bhubaneswar - Dhauli - Pipili - Puri - Balighai - Konark).

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The Mumbai Pune Expressway

The Mumbai Pune Expressway

The Mumbai Pune Expressway, (officially known as the Yashwantrao Chavan Mumbai Pune Expressway) is India's first six-lane concrete, high-speed, access controlled tolled expressway. It spans a distance of 94.5 km (58.7 mi) connecting Mumbai, the administrative capital of Maharashtra and the financial capital of India, with Pune, an industrial and educational hub.