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Important Highways of India

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NH1

Route (Major Cities): Delhi-Ambala-Jalandhar-Amritsar-Indo-Pak Border
Total Length: 456 km

NH2

Route (Major Cities): Delhi-Mathura-Agra-Allahabad-Varanasi-Barhi-Palsit-Bara-Calcutta
Total Length: 1465 km

NH6

Route (Major Cities): Hajira-Dhule-Nagpur-Raipur-Sambalpur-Baharagora-Calcutta
Total Length: 1949 km

NH7 (Longest as of 2014)

Route (Major Cities): Varanasi-Mangawan-Rewa-Jabalpur-Lakhnadon-Nagpur-Hyderabad-Kurnool-Bangalore-Krishnagiri-Salem-Dindigul-Madurai-Kanyakumari
Total Length: 2369 km

NH8

Route (Major Cities): Delhi-Jaipur-Ajmer-Udaipur-Ahmedabad-Vadodara-Mumbai
Total Length: 1375 km

NH10

Route (Major Cities): Delhi-Fazilka-Indo Pak Border
Total Length: 403km

posted Dec 3, 2014 by Salil Agrawal

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Driving on Indian streets resemble strolling on a tight rope. You must be truly cautious with the wheels due to despicable street conditions that could test the persistence of even the most prepared drivers. Be that as it may, you truly merit an award on the off chance that you've driven on the accompanying Indian streets and roadways. These are truly numerous roadways to hell.

 

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The name 'interstate to damnation' appears to be more proper for this frightening parkway than the current unassuming National Highway 22. Touted as one of India's most unsafe interstates, the street here makes you slice through a mountain. Simultaneously, demise looms over you as precipices and passages all around. National Highway 22 was additionally highlighted in the History Channel's "IRT Deadliest Roads" TV arrangement for its poor support and risky condition.

 

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